Monday, 21 April 2014

Playlist week of 5th April 2014

Playlist week of 5th April 2014

Brand new music from Carlene Carter, Jennifer Nettles and unearthed recordings from Johnny Cash. Classics from Merle Haggard & Bobby Bare. Plus Erin Enderlin is made the featured songwriter.


5th April 2014 – BBC Playlist 

Shotgun & Lace - Tearing Up The Highway | Album: MP3
Tommy Cash - The Cowboy & The Lady (April 5, 1940) BIRTHDAY
Erin Enderlin - I Let Her Talk | Album: I Let Her Talk MP3 - iTunes  Featured Songwriter
Alan Jackson - Monday Morning Church | Album: What I Do (2004) (Erin Enderlin co-write)  
Pat Green - Somewhere Between Texas & Mexico | Album: Lucky Ones (2004) (April 5, 1972) BIRTHDAY
Jennifer Nettles - Falling | Album: That Girl CD - - US iTunes
Jack Savoretti - Once Upon The Street | Album: Between The Minds MP3
Rita Hosking - Parting Glass | Album: Little Boat (2013) MP3
Kira Isabella - Quarterback NEW Single  
Blake Shelton - My Eyes  NEW Single
The Tina Adair Band - What Was Never Meant To Be | Album: Born Bad (2013) MP3   
Merle Haggard, George Jones & Johnny Paycheck - Mobile Bay Double Trouble / A Taste Of Yesterday's Wine 2 on 1 CD
Suzy Bogguss - You Don’t Have Very Far To Go | Album: Lucky CD - UK iTunes -
Jerrod Niemann - Refill | Album: High Noon CD - MP3 - UK iTunes - Smart Choice Music 
Bobby Bare - Ride Me Down Easy (April 7, 1935) BIRTHDAY
Joey & Rory - Waiting For Someone | Album: His And Hers CD (Erin Enderlin co-write) Featured Songwriter
Hal Ketchum - Daddy’s Oldsmobile | Album: Sure Love CD  (April 9, 1953) BIRTHDAY
Tammy Jones Robinette - Daddy's Mountain's | Album: Let It Shine 
Steve Azar - Hard Road | Album:  (April 11, 1964; turns 50) BIRTHDAY
Shook Twins - Crisper | Album: What We Do MP3UK iTunes NEW
Ralph Stanley II & Jim Lauderdale – L.A County | Album: Side By Side (2014) CD - MP3 - US iTunes -
Chalee Tennison - Just Because She Lives There | Album: Chalee Tennison (1999) CD (April 11, 1969) BIRTHDAY
Johnny Cash - If I Told You Who It Was | Album: Out Among The Stars CD - MP3 - UK iTunes -
Carlene Carter - Give Me The Roses (While I Live) | Album: Carter Girl CD - MP3 - Smart Choice Music -
Eli Young Band - 10,000 Towns | Album: 10,000 Towns CD - MP3 - a good uptempo  NEW
Lee Ann Womack - Last Call | Album: Call Me Crazy (Erin Enderlin co-write, Songwriter feature)
Markus Fox - I’m Still Coming Home | Album: Thinkin' Out Loud (2013) EP MP3  NEW Single Hotdisc 184

New on The Show:

Erin Enderlin
“I Let Her Talk” - This lady, I think she's absolutely brilliant, she's got a great voice, my track of the evening...I love that –   Marie Crichton BBC Radio Shropshire  
>> Listen to an edited version of the songwriter feature by Marie Crichton first broadcast April 5, 2014 on BBC Radio Shropshire:

About: Erin Enderlin

Genre: Country/ Country Americana  Hometown: Conway, Arkansas   
Current Location - Nashville, TN
Birthday - Erin Enderlin 21 January (1982? age 32) 
Reba McEntire, Conway Twitty, Emmylou, Harris, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Tim McGraw, Leslie Satcher, Matraca Berg, Suzy Bogguss, Lee Ann Womack, Trisha Yearwood, George Jones, Nanci Griffith, Linda Davis
Erin wrote on her Facebook Page (28 March): Happy Birthday to my hero Reba McEntire! Her music is the reason I fell in love with country music, and she continues to inspire me as a business woman and a human.

  • Arkansas native Erin Enderlin first fell in love with country music listening to the likes of Willie Nelson, Conway Twitty, and Johnny Cash on her Papaw’s record player as a child. She began to write and perform her own songs around Central Arkansas and followed her passion to Nashville, Tennessee right after High School. She started performing at about 16 at a High school talent show, in a big auditorium, in front of around 800 kids and then started playing in coffee houses.
  • The singer songwriter who moved to Nashville from Arkansas upon graduating high school in 2000.
  • Since then she has written songs, including some award winning singles, recorded by artists including Alan Jackson (“Monday Morning Church”), Randy Travis, Terri Clark, Lee Ann Womack (“Last Call”), Luke Bryan (“You Don’t Know Jack”), and working at Joey+Rory Feeks' Pottsville, Tenn., farmhouse, came up with the "His and Her" title song.
  • “The Last Call”, released on June 30, 2008 as the lead-off single from Womack's album CALL ME CRAZY, reached #14 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart becoming LeAnn’s first Top 20 hit in three years. “Monday Morning Church” released on October 11, 2004 as the second single from Alan Jackson’s album WHAT I DO, went on to become a #5 Hot Country Single.
  • Erin was a featured artist on the Willie Nelson Country Throwdown Tour in 2011. She has also opened shows for artists such as Marty Stuart, Kip Moore, and Diamond Rio.
  • Following Country Music Hall of Famer Bill Anderson, Erin her producer Alex Kline made their Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday September 6, 2013. Backstage, one of Erin’s biggest musical influences Little Jimmy Dickens graciously signed her 1964 Gibson J 200, which is named “Jimmy Dickens” after the beloved Opry member.
  • Her 8 track self titled EP debut, co-produced by Jamey Johnson, was self-released on 22 May 2011
  • Her latest 9 track EP I LET HER TALK was released on August 13, 2013. The album was produced by newcomer Alex Kline (Diamond Eye Music) assembled on a shoestring budget. Collaborators include Brent Baxter (Lonestar, Ray Stevens, Randy Travis), Casey Black, Will Bowen, Liz Hengber (Trace Adkins, Bucky Covington, Reba McEntire), Shane McAnally (Kacey Musgraves, Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum), Jess Moskaluke, Leslie Satcher (Jason Aldean, Reba McEntire, Martina McBride), Scott Stepakoff (Tim McGraw, Kip Moore) and Forest Whitehead.
  • With WSM-AM/Nashville Country Music DJ Hall of Famer Bill Cody emceeing, Enderlin headlined an intimate album release show at Nashville’s The Basement on Aug 12, 2013. Guests included Linda Davis, Pat Higdon, Chuck Dauphin (Billboard) and Liz Hengber.
  • Erin is signed to the re-launched Starstruck Writers Group
  • She's newly signed to Little Louder Music, a publishing company owned by Arturo Buenahora and Eric Church and she has recently launched her own called “Ten Thousand Hours”, with Alex Kline and Will Bowen on the roster.
Erin Enderlin making her >> Opry Debut in September 2013
Performing >> "Last Call" live at Music City Roots on Dec 14, 2011.
>> "Countryside" Lyric Video >> "I Let Her Talk" Lyric Video >> “Ain't It Just Like A Cowboy” 
Top Photos - Image (Taken 2011) New York Minute Interview
“That girl’s a baddass” - Miranda Lambert
“She is going to have a stellar career in country music, or any music, for that matter” - Jamey Johnson
“I love Erin Enderlin. She’s a great writer and singer and I’m always excited to hear her stuff.” - Lee Ann Womack
BUY Erin’s music on: Amazon UK - UK iTunes - REVERBNATION -

Shook Twins
“Crisper” – New name, I think they're great, really mixing up acoustic folky country" - Marie Crichton BBC Radio Shropshire  

About: Shook Twins
Shook Twins are an Indie folk-pop band now hailing from coniferous forested Portland, Oregon. Identical twins, Katelyn and Laurie Shook, Kyle Volkman (Upright and electric Bass - photo) and Niko Daoussis (mandolin, electric guitar, electric drums, bass, vocals - photo) form the core quartet along with Anna Tivel (fiddle, mandolin, vocals - photo).
They were born and raised in Sandpoint Idaho (a tourist town of 5,000 to 10,000, "depending on the season," says Katelyn).
Central elements of the Shook Twins' sound are a wide range of instrumentation, including banjo, guitar, electric and upright bass, mandolin, electric guitar, electronic drums, face drum (beatbox), glockenspiel, ukulele, banjo drumming and their signature golden EGG. Beautiful twin harmonies, layered upon acoustic and electric instrumentation coupled with Laurie’s inventive use of percussive and ambient vocal loops, and Katelyn’s repurposed telephone microphone, set their sound apart, creating a unique and eccentric blend of folk, roots, groove and soul.
Following an annual Winter Ski Tour 2014 through their native Idaho, to Wyoming and Utah, the Shook Twins made a much-anticipated three-day debut appearance at this year's Folk Alliance Conference in Kansas City, MO (Feb. 20 - 22, 2014)
Their new single "Shake" went for radio airplay adds on March 10, 2014.
The Shook Twins enlisted Grammy Award-nominated producer Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Fleet Foxes, Brandi Carlile),  recording at Bear Creek Studio (image) for their third full-length studio album, WHAT WE DO, independently released on April 8, 2014; mastered by Gavin Lurssen (Loretta Lynn, Tom Waits).
The Shook Twins have that DIY spirit…" Identical twins, Katelyn and Laurie Shook, certainly are a DIY success story; they raised $26,734 of a $25,000 goal (391 Backers) via Kickstarter a crowd funded project to record it.  
Their album release show took place on Friday April 11th at Mississippi Studios, Portland. On Facebook they posted: Today is the day! "What We Do" is officially available to the WORLD! Thank you to everyone who helped us make this amazing album. We couldn't have done it without YOU!
The album is the sound of two preternaturally talented siblings making the music they want to make with a wide-eyed sense of wonder and the good sense to absorb whatever the world puts in their path. "We have a golden egg and a telephone microphone. Laurie beatboxes. We do all-live looping," Katelyn says. "It's definitely not your average folk." Read more Portland
"The Portland, Ore., folk group is ready to rattle the music world..." - USA Today
BUY The Shook Twins  music on: UK iTunes - CD BABY - SPOTIFY

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