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Music City Roots: Live From The Factory is a weekly concert and live radio show that broadcasts every Wednesday night (7PM CST) on WMOT Roots Radio 89.5 FM in Murfreesboro-Nashville, Tennessee, and worldwide at www.musiccityroots.com. It's hosted by Grammy-winning artist Jim Lauderdale, legendary radio announcer Keith Bilbrey and show journalist/interview guy Craig Havighurst. We feature leading lights and new discoveries in Americana, blues, rock and roll, gospel, jazz, rockabilly, bluegrass, newgrass, western, folk, singer songwriter, country, soul, vintage, ragtime, cow punk, honky tonk, big band, swing, acoustic, celtic, and more! Since going on the air in 2009, Music City Roots has built a worldwide community of lovers of hand-made, real music. We showcase the finest artistry working in or passing through the dynamic Nashville music scene. With old-school radio presentation before a large live audience, artist interview and great audio, MCR is one of the best ways to get a weekly fix of roots music.

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Music City Roots: Live From The Factory is a weekly concert and live radio show that broadcasts every Wednesday night (7PM CST) on WMOT Roots Radio 89.5 FM in Murfreesboro-Nashville, Tennessee, and worldwide at www.musiccityroots.com. It's hosted by Grammy-winning artist Jim Lauderdale, legendary radio announcer Keith Bilbrey and show journalist/interview guy Craig Havighurst. We feature leading lights and new discoveries in Americana, blues, rock and roll, gospel, jazz, rockabilly, bluegrass, newgrass, western, folk, singer songwriter, country, soul, vintage, ragtime, cow punk, honky tonk, big band, swing, acoustic, celtic, and more! Since going on the air in 2009, Music City Roots has built a worldwide community of lovers of hand-made, real music. We showcase the finest artistry working in or passing through the dynamic Nashville music scene. With old-school radio presentation before a large live audience, artist interview and great audio, MCR is one of the best ways to get a weekly fix of roots music.

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By ATL ball fan - Jan 22 2018
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Have learned about a lot of artists through the show.

A fantastic weekly music show out of Nashville!!

By Black Dog House Concerts - Jun 16 2017
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I lovelovelove Music City Roots! Thanks to them I've seen so many of my favorite Nashville (and beyond) artists, like Jon Byrd, the Mark Robinson Band, Eric Brace, Peter Cooper, Thomm Jutz, Erin Rae, Audrey Auld, Phil Lee, Amelia White, Kevin Gordon, Anne McCue,Tom Mason, David Olney, Sergio Webb, Wild Ponies, Steve Conn, Stephen Simmons, Dave Coleman, Tim Carroll, Luella.. I know I'm forgetting some but there are SO many great artists that I've seen/heard of on these shows. And the production is top notch... the sound, the over all look, the wonderful interviews with Craig Havighurst. Americana at its best! Thx MCR!!!!!!

iTunes Ratings

24 Ratings
Average Ratings
15
2
1
2
4

Great podcast

By ATL ball fan - Jan 22 2018
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Have learned about a lot of artists through the show.

A fantastic weekly music show out of Nashville!!

By Black Dog House Concerts - Jun 16 2017
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I lovelovelove Music City Roots! Thanks to them I've seen so many of my favorite Nashville (and beyond) artists, like Jon Byrd, the Mark Robinson Band, Eric Brace, Peter Cooper, Thomm Jutz, Erin Rae, Audrey Auld, Phil Lee, Amelia White, Kevin Gordon, Anne McCue,Tom Mason, David Olney, Sergio Webb, Wild Ponies, Steve Conn, Stephen Simmons, Dave Coleman, Tim Carroll, Luella.. I know I'm forgetting some but there are SO many great artists that I've seen/heard of on these shows. And the production is top notch... the sound, the over all look, the wonderful interviews with Craig Havighurst. Americana at its best! Thx MCR!!!!!!
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Music City Roots

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Music City Roots: Live From The Factory is a weekly concert and live radio show that broadcasts every Wednesday night (7PM CST) on WMOT Roots Radio 89.5 FM in Murfreesboro-Nashville, Tennessee, and worldwide at www.musiccityroots.com. It's hosted by Grammy-winning artist Jim Lauderdale, legendary radio announcer Keith Bilbrey and show journalist/interview guy Craig Havighurst. We feature leading lights and new discoveries in Americana, blues, rock and roll, gospel, jazz, rockabilly, bluegrass, newgrass, western, folk, singer songwriter, country, soul, vintage, ragtime, cow punk, honky tonk, big band, swing, acoustic, celtic, and more! Since going on the air in 2009, Music City Roots has built a worldwide community of lovers of hand-made, real music. We showcase the finest artistry working in or passing through the dynamic Nashville music scene. With old-school radio presentation before a large live audience, artist interview and great audio, MCR is one of the best ways to get a weekly fix of roots music.

Rank #1: March 15, 2016 w/ Gillian Welch, Liz Longley, Sierra Hull, Maureen Murphy

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Tuesday’s show was bound to sell out because Berklee forces arrived with a couple hundred students, faculty and alumni and because their very distinguished alums Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings asked if their performance and award presentation could be nested in a special Roots show. That means a lot to us, and both parties pulled out the stops to create one of the finest and most meaningful shows we’ve ever put on.

Liz Longley has a song with a chorus that starts “You’ve got that way…” and wow, so does she. Armed with an acoustic guitar and her cool, smoky and nimble voice, she took the stage for our first set. The songs have become hits for me from repeated listening to her debut album. “Memphis” and “Bad Habit” are new soul folk standards. “Skin And Bones” has a darker Appalachian edge. Then it was on to a very different voice in Sierra Hull, with her musically entwined new string trio and songs from her fascinating new Weighted Mind album. After the title track we heard the baroque and intricate composed interplay of “Queen of Hearts/Royal Tea” (thank you Berklee training) and the silk pillow of a song that is “Lullaby.”

We were only one song into Maureen Murphy’s set when Photographer Tony whispered to me that we were experiencing the finest singer in the show’s history. There’s a case to be made. I’ve rarely seen so much refinement and technique mingled with so much power and passion. Murphy delivered four very different songs with a rocking, versatile quartet, but the capstone was her ode to her singing idol Lisa Fisher “How Can I Ease The Pain.” The song’s free form gave Maureen ample ways to shape and craft and massage and emote. It was simply breathtaking in its range of textures, from delicate to forceful. And she got to hit a classic money note in Martin Sexton’s “Smoke.” It would have been difficult to pack more musical range or magic into 20 minutes.

I’ve been watching Gillian and Dave perform for twenty years, and it’s always riveting. Certainly, seeing the MCR logo behind them was extra inspiring and gratifying. They opened with spectral unison singing on “The Way It Will Be,” making the harmonies of “The Way It Goes” and “Miss Ohio” all the more bloom-like. When Berklee President Roger Brown presented the school’s American Master Awards to them (as individuals by the way not a group), he cited Dave’s harmonically rich and inventive guitar playing. And yes, that’s one thing I’ve always loved about it – close, dissonant intervals delivered with bebop command and a staccato attack, like Bill Monroe downstrokes on Eddie Lang’s guitar. And on this night I got to be about 20 feet from his shredding solo on “Red Clay Halo,” one of my favorite Gill and Dave songs. Their final number “Everything Is Free” includes the line “we’re gonna do it anyway, even if it doesn’t pay,” and that’s how GW and DR always sounded to me. Their old friend T Bone Burnett, who collected the night’s other Master Award, played amiable electric guitar strokes and sang a bit on that final tune before adding a whole new verse about a certain orange presidential candidate in the rollicking Nashville Jam on “I’ll Fly Away.”

Aug 25 2016
2 hours 42 mins
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Rank #2: Oct. 12, 2016 w/ Raul Malo, Davina & The Vagabonds, Bryan Sutton, Paul Burch, San Rafael Band

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It must be October. A day after the Chicago Cubs pulled off a four-run ninth-inning comeback against the Giants to secure their Division title (rock!), this week’s Roots featured: a band called the WPA Ball Club, Aly Sutton dressed like a cast member in A League of Their Own and four basses (we pun out of love). They were all acoustic upright basses belonging to four very different and thoroughly wonderful bands. Then we capped the night off with a solo performance which I can in no way force into my baseball metaphor. Except to say that we won. Our seventh birthday show looked really good on paper and it sounded amazing in actuality.

Oct 18 2016
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #3: Feb. 1, 2017 w/ The Isaacs, Lonesome River Band, Foghorn Stringband, Joe Mullins

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We at Roots probably have you conditioned by now so that when we say “bluegrass” you know we mean the whole range, from roots to branches. Our all-bluegrass shows generally include a Greensky or a Sam Bush Band, because one of the greatest things about the field is its freedom. It’s one of the ultimate artist-driven, innovation-friendly genres and we’ll always celebrate that. But this week was different – a turn toward bluegrass fundamentalism if you will. It was all trad. No rad. And boy was it excellent. Lineup in order:

The Lonesome River Band

Foghorn String Band

Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers

The Isaacs

Feb 07 2017
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #4: Rewind: Great MCR Guitarists

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We rewind our way through the years of great performances by the best guitarists from and passing through Music City. It's a tribute to the instrument that made Nashville possible, drawing on electric and acoustic masters. Featured are bluegrass rising star Molly Tuttle, the jazz ease of Pat Bergeson, country twang from Kenny Vaughan, plus all around mastery of Jim Oblon and the always in-demand Guthrie Trapp. The show closes with a full set by the fiery young Englishman reviving 1970s blues rock tradition, Davy Knowles. Guitar geeks will love it but all are invited.

Mar 27 2018
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #5: MCR 11/18/2015 Moe Bandy, Christian Lopez Band, North Mississippi Allstars, Jim Laurderdale, Tim O'Brien

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Setlist 11/18/2015 - Jim Lauderdale -  Let's Have A Good Thing Together

Moe Bandy

Bandy The Rodeo Clown https://youtu.be/qPEdlrklqsI

Picture In A Frame

It’s A Cheating Situation

Till I’m Too Old To Die Young

Americana

Christian Lopez Band

Between Us

Man I Was Before

Leaving It Out https://youtu.be/1ji4_CRouGk

Will I See You Again

Take You Away

Tim O'Brien

I Gotta Move

Whatever Happened To Me

I’m A Mess For You

Pompadour https://youtu.be/eJUlQxUQZRY

The Water Is Wise

North Mississippi Allstars

Up Over Yonder https://youtu.be/jonlayXYmj4

Mean Ol’ Wind Died Down https://youtu.be/z6Oippvcejo

Never In All My Days

Roll N Tumble

Ho Down

Jim Lauderdale

You Were Here

Black Widow Spider

Way Out

There’s A Storm Out There - not played

Sad Bell https://youtu.be/Wl28VmPOrzA

Worth The Wait https://youtu.be/0OoW7BzjpxM

Mysterious

Nashville Jam - Down By The Riverside https://youtu.be/tMT0sDFHosQ

Nov 24 2015
2 hours 47 mins
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Rank #6: May 3, 2017 w Great American Taxi, Dori Freeman, Colter Wall, John Carter Cash

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So did y’all catch that news about the Fyre Festival? As good people, we try not to indulge in schadenfreude, but sometimes man, wow, it’s hard. In short, a rap celebrity and a dudebro with a track record of over-selling and under-delivering promised a glamour-packed, celebrity-stoked par-TAY on a remote island and promoted it by paying other celebrities to post on Instagram about it. It was a fiasco, not because the whole premise was culturally bankrupt and morally suspect (which it was), but because they didn’t PLAN. You have to plan, folks. For example, on the same weekend, two other festivals – much bigger ones – came off without a hitch. Merlefest in North Carolina and JazzFest in New Orleans actually served up authentic music, genuine community, good food and good times for fans who don’t need to feel like they’re winning on a reality show and who aren’t measuring their lives in bikini access and Twitter followers. So for this week anyway, it’s Real Culture: 2. Celebri-crap Culture: 0. Well done, roots music.

MCR had to do a bit of extra planning and demonstrate resilience in the face of challenges as we had more late-breaking lineup shifts this week than maybe ever before. Here’s the superb final tally: Rising Virginia-based folk star Dori Freeman makes a long-sought MCR debut. John Carter Cash brings a family music legacy that’s second to none. Colter Wall is our deep voice of hard country. And we welcome the return of one of the most fluent, flexible roots rock bands in the good old USA.

May 09 2017
1 hour 47 mins
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Rank #7: August 23, 2017 Mandolin Mania w Bobby Osborne, Andy Statman and more

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This week on MCR, it's Mando Mania as we assemble a multi-generational gathering of some of the finest mandolin pickers on Earth. Nashville native Casey Campbell, who grew up at and around the GOO and the elite of bluegrass curates an evening of mando solos, duos and full band performances. With Tim O'Brien, Sam Bush, Mike Compton and the man who brought us Rocky Top, Bobby Osborne.

Also an extraordinary ensemble set on a rare visit to Nashville by the one and only mandolin stylist Andy Statman. It's a small instrument that punches above its weight. Join us for a season closing special edition of MCR.

Aug 30 2017
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #8: July 19, 2017 w Jerry Douglas Band, Billy Strings, Jill Andrews, Birds of Chicago

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There was a festival atmosphere in Liberty Hall on Wednesday night and not just because the crowd was large and loud (though that helped). There was also that ineffable flow and unspoken dialogue among the four bands, softly conveying the spirit of roots music in all its complimentary forms. The timeless but mysteriously innovative folk/gospel flavor of Birds of Chicago gave way to the pure mountain-tinged songwriting of Jill Andrews. The bluegrass second half paired young and hungry Billy Strings with one of his heroes, the sixtysomething but unaware of it Jerry Douglas. His band came with a jazz/grass/rock fusion mode that tickled my every musical nerve ending. Keep on the grass? Good luck with that.

Jul 31 2017
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #9: Jan. 11, 2017 w/ Travelin McCourys, Greyhounds, Piers Faccini, Mulligan Bros.

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An extraordinary night of music with a travelin’ kind of vibe began with a foreign visitor who traffics in global sounds. Piers Faccini has one of the most imaginative musical minds I know in his ability to layer (and he was explicit about this in our interview) British folk tradition, Delta and Hill Country Mississippi blues and North African sounds.

The Mulligan Brothers presented the most straightforwardly Americana/roots set of the night with a quartet featuring acoustic guitar, fiddle, electric bass and drums.

In truth, the guys in Greyhounds didn’t really need my help to put on a spectacular set of shoe sliding soul anthems. Trube kicked things off with the wiry twang of his vintage guitar before Ferrell took the lead voice on “A War Is On For Your Mind,” the hot political take from their current album. Ineffable chemistry and a taste for what’s cool is what makes this band tick.

It’s never a surprise when the Travelin’ McCourys put on a great set, but my god, I was pinned to the wall by the power of the band this time both musically and vocally.

Jan 17 2017
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #10: Sept. 14, 2017 AmericanaFest w Ray Wylie Hubbard, Angaleena Presley, Cactus Blossoms, Pony Bradshaw, John Paul White

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This week on MCR, our 2017 AmericanaFest showcase from a one-time only pop up venue in the heart of downtown Nashville. It's a five ring circus under our own big top with a sampling of what's going on in the Americana field today, closing out with the fiery, funny and fatalistic songs of Ray Wylie Hubbard.

The bill kicks off with newcomer and Rounder Recording artist Pony Bradshaw from Georgia. Angaleena Presley brings unbridled, insightful songs from her acclaimed Wrangled album. The Cactus Blossoms reinvent the classic brother duo form for a new age. And we hear John Paul White, refreshed from some time off in his Muscle Shoals home wiht stunning songs that brought a rowdy crowd to a standstill. It's big tent music under an actual big tent.

Oct 10 2017
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #11: June 21, 2017 w Delbert McClinton, Danny Barnes, Quiles & Cloud and a Mac Wiseman tribute

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This season closing show brought together all the vibes and individual craft that makes Music City Roots go, with a new folk discovery, a heartfelt bluegrass tribute and two true icons of American roots music. We start with the moody beauty of Bay Area folk group Quiles & Cloud. An all-star gathering of Nashville pickers pay tribute to Mac Wiseman, including Sierra Hull, Shawn Camp, Justin Moses, Thomm Jutz and Peter Cooper. Next, Danny Barnes performs solo on the banjo, showing what a unique genius he is. And the show wraps with the fire and thunder of Texas master Delbert McClinton. 

Jul 10 2017
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #12: Roots Rewind - Jamgrass Special

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This new Roots Rewind show features the best in newgrass and jamgrass, from founding fathers to favorite sons. Sam Bush and John Cowan were in New Grass Revival together in the 70s and 80s. We'll hear from their respective bands, Cowan in 2012, Bush just last year. Leftover Salmon shows how far other bands took the newgrass idea in Colorado. And we close the show with second generation superstars the Travelin' McCourys.

Mar 01 2018
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #13: MCR 10/07/2015 Trout Steak Revival, The Lowest Pair, AJ Ghent Band, The Kentucky Headhunters

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Setlist 10/07/2015 - Jim Lauderdale - Way Out Is Fine

Trout Steak Revival

You Are Not Alone

Oklahoma

Go On https://youtu.be/bGym_WIdhI8

Spirit To THe Sea

Brighter Every Day

The Lowest Pair

Minnesota Mend Me https://youtu.be/R7O5uL-IbWg

Oh Susana

Rosie

Pear Tree

Magpies at Sunset

AJ Ghent Band

Crash

Watch What You Do

Can’t Be Your Dog https://youtu.be/5CcVJd6B5AE

99 ½ Won’t Do https://youtu.be/BUY_b-b-RZs

The Kentucky Headhunters

Walk Softly On This Heart Of Mine

Stumblin’

Shufflin’ Back To Memphis

Have You Ever Loved A Woman https://youtu.be/UlEaQ8RW3xg

Walkin’ With The Wolf

Dumas Walker https://youtu.be/UXqOiluhK6o

Nashville Jam - Don’t Let Me Down https://youtu.be/V2PSUeJ3IJM

Oct 26 2015
1 hour 28 mins
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Rank #14: MCR 8/26/2015 Jake Shimabukuro, Gnarly Parkers, Honey Island Swamp Band, Andrea Zonn with Vince Gill, Keb Mo, Mac McAnally and Trace Adkins

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Setlist 8/26/2015 - Jim Lauderdale -

Jake Shimabukuro

Kawiki

Ichigo Ichie

While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Dragon http://youtu.be/mljFr7yuYzk

Gnarly Parkers

Spin Me, Minnie

Big Ass World http://youtu.be/xGQeD6RnZFc

Swindlin’ Eyes

Sammy Shake

Dream Of You

Honey Island Swamp Band

How Do You Feel

Head Highwater Blues http://youtu.be/jMBM-xTMVZI

Katies Song

Ain’t No Fun

Andrea Zonn - Set 1

Another Side Of Home (Mac McAnally) http://youtu.be/o2IxC_SFQWo

No Reason To Feel Good (Keb Mo) http://youtu.be/B7dnmjPLiAA

Crazy If You Let It (Vince Gill)*

I Can’t Talk About It Now

Let Them Go (Mac McAnally)

Andrea Zonn - Set 2

Where The Water Meets The Sky (Vince Gill) http://youtu.be/e4974nmHoOY

Rise

Another Swing And A Miss (Alison Brown)

You Make Me Feel Whole (Vince Gill)

Ships (Trace Adkins - Allison Brown) http://youtu.be/fPn51uD33p4

Nashville Jam - Proud Mary http://youtu.be/bycpWnvhHnc

Oct 06 2015
3 hours 9 mins
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Rank #15: MCR 7/29/2015 Crystal Bowersox, The Revelers, Sarah Potenza, AJ and the Jiggawatts

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Setlist 7/29/2015 - Peter Cooper - Nobody Knows

Crystal Bowersox       No Time       Sunshine Brighter       Bite The Bullet       Farmers Daughter       Dead Weight http://youtu.be/MfThDlMjd7o

The Revelers      Asteur je peux voir      If You Ain’t Got Love      Please Baby Please      In The Proof      Toi, tu veux pus de moi http://youtu.be/P6WhezIVlSo

Sarah Potenza       The Cost Of Living http://youtu.be/xDUq5BFR1Wk       Hard To Want       Granddad       Valley Of Tears       My Turn       Jolene http://youtu.be/28I75X28WOI

     AJ & The Jiggawatts       Get Wild       Throw A Fit       Beale Street http://youtu.be/9v4lNVSHzQg       Typical Feeling       It Is What It Is       Pushin’ Forward                        Nashville Jam - Use Me (Bill Withers) http://youtu.be/HdI5x-ERIGY

Sep 08 2015
2 hours 37 mins
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Rank #16: Sept. 22, 2016 - AMA Fest w/ Del McCoury, Timothy B. Schmit, Willie Watson, Sean Watkins

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AmericanaFest 2016 may be wrapping up, but more than ever, we took this year’s gathering as a battery-charger and an inspiring star map for what lies ahead. Hearing kind words about our new Roots Radio initiative on WMOT 89.5 FM certainly helped rev our enthusiasm from high to higher for the prospects of sharing and spreading the music and the stories of its makers. I had an interesting but sobering experience on the weekend teaching a seminar about the origins and legacy of Music City to a group of 50 adult learners enrolled at Bethel University. These were folks from outside our industry/music nerd circles, but I was surprised to survey them and learn that ZERO of them had heard of the concept of “Americana” music. Yet this is music for everyone. It’s our shared, connecting heritage in a divisive time, so I took this as a personal challenge.

Due to the unique time crunch of AMA week, I offer my annual condensed survey of last week’s action and this week’s show, which looks just splendid with an MCR debut by Austin “Ameri-Chicana” fiddler/singer Carrie Rodriquez and a celebrated blues guitar slinger. But as I sit quietly thinking about these recent days, I’m swimming in the echoes of some absurdly excellent performances: William Bell singing “The Three of Me” at the Honors & Awards show with staggering grace and candor, Aaron Lee Tasjan’s psychedelic country glam and River Whyless (MCR alums) playing sparkling, surprise-filled alt-folk.

And of course we threw a showcase on Thursday and couldn’t have been happier with our roster.

Oct 13 2016
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #17: April 19, 2017 w Sunny Sweeney, Rev Peyton's Big Damn Band, Blackfoot Gypsies, Bella Hardy

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Historians can and do debate the circumstances under which rock and roll was born, but there’s no debating the fact that modern-day rockers who capture the excitement of that initial blast are rootsy as all get-out, nor that said beginning was propelled by a mix that included plenty of blues and hillbilly progenitors. This week’s show covered a couple of bases with Sunny Sweeney’s nothing-but brand of country and Bella Hardy’s evocative British folk, then took a turn into the front porch blues shouting of Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band before landing in Blackfoot Gypsies’ primal rock and roll. Lineages notwithstanding, it was roots everywhere you looked.

May 02 2017
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Rank #18: Oct. 4, 2017 w Cooper/Brace/Jutz, Iron Horse, Charley Crockett, Blue Side of Lonesome

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This week on MCR, two wildly different takes on bluegrass from two sides of the world. The show opens with The Blue Side of Lonesome, a quintet from Japan that's become a shining example of that country's love affair with sound birthed by Bill Monroe. They're really good. And we close with a long running group from Muscle Shoals that's made its name and living giving the bluegrass treatment to favorite rock and roll songs and albums. Iron Horse.

Also on the bill, Charley Crockett brings us a magnificent hybrid of classic honky tonk and swamp pop from Texas. While guest host Peter Cooper's latest musical excursion is a trio with Eric Brace and Thomm Jutz, featuring great songs and sweet harmony.

Oct 25 2017
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #19: MCR 11/11/2015 John Conlee, Peter Case, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, The Infamous Stringdusters

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Setlist 11/11/2015 - Jim Lauderdale - Honky Tonk Haze

John Conlee

Common Man

Miss Emily’s Picture*

Backside Of Thirty

Bread & Water

Rose Colored Glasses*

Amazing Grace

Peter Case

Pelican Bay

Water From A Stove

House Rent Party

All Dressed Up

So Glad You’re Mine

Ain’t Gonna Worry No More

Horseshoes & Hand Grenades

Gator Tracks

For A River

Old Man & Me

Rattlin’ Bog*

Whiskey*

The Infamous Stringdusters

Let It Go

Highwayman*

Summer Camp

Peace Of Mind

Rivers Run Cold

Colorado*

Nashville Jam - Sitting On The Top Of The World

Nov 12 2015
2 hours 36 mins
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Rank #20: Nov. 29, 2017 w/ Cordovas, Darrin Bradbury, Alex Williams, Lost Hollow

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Hard core country music is finally back on the radar of at least some of the major labels on Music Row, and we'll open this week's show with discovery and Big Machine Records artist Alex Williams. We'll close the show with decidedly indie, Grateful Dead inspired country rock by Nashville's much admired Cordovas. In between, the rough hewn, sardonic and evocative songs of Cafe Rooster recording artist Darrin Bradbury plus the refined, stage-honed sound of some Music City veterans - husband and wife duo Lost Hollow.

Dec 20 2017
1 hour 48 mins
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