Boots & Saddle Presents: A Tribute to Justin Townes Earle [August 28, 2020]
Boots & Saddle
Justin Townes Earle has long been a personal favourite. He passed away tragically on August 20, 2020. A few days later here at B&S HQ, I recorded a 1 hour tribute episode to JTE that features selections from each of his releases. This one shook us all hard and continues to, but we're richer in life for the music he left behind.Boots & Saddle Presents: A Tribute to Justin Townes Earle 1. I Don’t Care - (Yuma -2007)2. Maybe a Moment (Kids In The Street - 2017)3. The Good Life (The Good Life - 2008)4. My Baby Drives (Single Mothers - 2014)5. Look The Other Way (Nothing’s Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now - 2012)6. Mama’s Eyes - Midnight At The Movies - 2009)7. Harlem River Blues (Harlem River Blues - 2010)8. Looking for a Place To Land (Absent Fathers - 2015)9. Talking to Myself (The Saint of Lost Causes - 2014)10. What I Mean To You (Midnight At The Movies - 2009)11. What’s She Crying For (Kids In The Street - 2017)12. What Do You Do When You’re Lonesome (The Good Life - 2008)13. There Go a Fool (Kids In The Street - 2017)14. Lonesome and You (The Good Life - 2008)15. Let The Waters Rise (Yuma - 2007)16. Kids In The Street (Kids In The Street - 2017)
Episode 224: Playlist Hang (Justin Townes Earle, Nathaniel Rateliff, Toots & The Maytals, Kool & The Gang).
Dan Cable Presents
Solo episode this week. Reflecting on musicians and friends that have passed away, as well as tunes that provide comfort during uncertain times. Hug your friends and family! RIP Justin Townes Earle Toots Hibbert Ronald ‘Khalis’ Bell Check out the links below to keep up with he podcast, as well as things mentioned in the episode. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, and other related mental health, visit the link below or call the number below. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org ================================= Track Listing: Justin Townes Earle - "Frightened by the Sound" Nathaniel Rateliff - "And It's Still Alright" Toots & The Maytals - "Funky Kingston (Live)" Kool & The Gang - "Blowin With the Wind" YOUTUBE LINKS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnOHHywkTCs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EStJv_wsrdg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToQ2JvIOxkg ---------------------------------------------- IG: @dancablepresents @vrtxmag @justintownesearle @tootsandthemaytals @koolandthegang @nathanielrateliff
This is a special episode celebrating the music of the late Justin Townes Earle. Nick and Joe sat down to discuss the great career of the musician who just passed earlier this month. Justin was a great songwriter in the midst of a stellar career. We're sad that we won't see more art coming from Justin, but lucky we have what we have. RIP Justin, you'll be missed.
LOTD Pod #49 - Sugar (Bob Mould) and Hoodoo Gurus IGMYLM, Chadwick Boseman, Justin Townes Earle
In the latest edition of "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me," we exchange recommendations for 'Copper Blue' by Sugar (Bob Mould) and 'Mars Needs Guitars' by Hoodoo Gurus. We also pay respect to actor Chadwick Boseman and Justin Townes Earle.
242: Forgiving Thom Brennamen and Justin Townes Earle Tribute
Host Daniel Diesel discusses the recent backlash of Thom Brennamen using a gay slur on a live baseball broadcast and the road he must take to be forgiven for his peers and co-workers. Featuring Tribute to the late Justin Townes Earle, who died recently at age 38 from a drug overdose. Daniel talks of his impact on Neo-Americana Music in the last decade and two concert clips are played as a reminder of Earle's live persona. Tracks "Slippin and Slidin" Live Performance at Indianapolis 2011 "Mama's Eyes" Live Performance at Ragwood, NJ 2010--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ohioisonfire/message
Chioke l’Anson, Leah Sottile, and Justin Townes Earle
Live Wire with Luke Burbank
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share what they wish they had been talked out of; Chioke I’Anson, the voice of NPR’s underwriting, admits to feeling self-conscious about the sound of his own voice; journalist Leah Sottile unpacks the symbiotic relationship between the federal government and fringe patriot groups, as investigated in her podcast Bundyville; and we pay tribute to the late singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle by sharing his 2017 performance of "Maybe a Moment."
Broken Record with Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam and Justin Richmond
Our episode with Justin Townes Earle was scheduled to run next month. But after we heard about Earle's passing over the weekend, we decided to put it out sooner. It's a deeply sad conversation in some places. Especially given his passing. However, it's also incredibly soulful, funny and searching. And the performances, culled from Earle's last release, The Saint of Lost Causes, are brilliant. Bruce Headlam takes the reigns this episode for what's turned out to be a fitting tribute to one of the great, dynamic young performers and songwriters that's now gone way too soon. Rest in peace, Justin Townes Earle [1982-2020].Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear old and new interviews, often with bonus content: https://www.youtube.com/brokenrecordpodcastYou can also check out past episodes here: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com