Sunday, 22 November 2015

Playlist week of November 21, 2015


November 21, 2015 – BBC Playlist

Playlist week of November 21, 2015
Brand new music from Jewel, Stephanie Urbina Jones and David Bradley.
Plus classics from Jean Shepard, Eddie Rabbitt and Linda Davis.

Suzy Bogguss - Other Side Of The Hill What | Album: Voices In The Wind (1992) Amazon UK (Written by Chuck Pyle January 28th, 1945 - November 6th, 2015 who died earlier in the week)
Shedaisy - She Gets What I Deserve (Kelsi Osborne; Nov 21, 1974) BIRTHDAY
Jake Worthington - Just Keep Falling In Love | Album: Jake Worthington (EP) New  Amazon UK - UK iTunes - 
The McCarters - Gift Of Music | Album: The Gift (1990) Amazon UK
Whistler’s Father - Johnnie, Jack & Jim | Album: Highly Irregular (Aug 2015) New Amazon UK - UK iTunes -  Stephanie Urbina Jones - Rose In The Wreckage Heart | Album: Fiery Angel New Amazon UK - UK iTunes - 
Paddy O’Brien - Ballad of Bill Thaxton | Album: One of These Days (2015) CD 
Danni Nicholls - Beautifully Broken | Album: Mockingbird Lane New CD - MP3 - UK iTunes - Bandcamp -  
David Bradley - Get A Hero Home (Single)
Amy Grant - That’s What Love Is For | Album: Heart In Motion Greatest Hits Amazon UK (Nov 25, 1960) BIRTHDAY
Vince Gill - She Never Makes Me Cry | Album: Next Big Thing (2003) Amazon UK
Mountain Faith - Someone Prayed | Album: That Which Matters Amazon UK - UK iTunes -
Daryle Singletary - Spilled Whiskey | Album: There's Still a Little Country Left CD - MP3 - UK iTunes -
Loretta Lynn - Blue Kentucky Girl
Jefferson Ross - Not The Thunder | Album: Dogwood Cats (Feb 2015) Amazon UK
Erin Hay - Redneck, Alabama | Album: Lonnie Ratliff: Nashville Songwriter, Vol. 4 Amazon UK (Nov 25, 1970) BIRTHDAY
Joe Nichols - Old Things New | Album: Old Things New Amazon UK (Nov 26, 1976) BIRTHDAY
Rita Hosking - I See Storms | Album: Frankie and the No-Go Road UK iTunes - CD Baby
Hamilton County Ramblers – Copperline | Album: Hamilton County Ramblers New Amazon UK - UK iTunes - CD Baby -  
Jewel - Pretty Faced Fool Picking Up the Pieces | Album: Amazon UK - UK iTunes (30 Oct) -   
Dave Gibson - The Frog Song (Single, Oct 2015) Amazon UK Hotdisc #202 Oct 2015 Single
Jean Shepard - Go On With Your Dancing (Nov 21, 1933) BIRTHDAY
Tish Hinojosa - Drifter’s Wind Culture Swing (1992) Amazon UK (written by Chuck Pyle)
Linda Davis - There’s A Problem At The Office | Album: In A Different Light (1991) Amazon UK (Nov 26, 1962) BIRTHDAY
Eddie Rabbitt - Could You Love A Poor Boy Dolly (Nov 27, 1941; died May 7, 1998 (aged 56)) BIRTHDATE
Jacqui Sharkey - I’ll Be Missing You | Album: Shine (1 Oct 2015) New Amazon UK - UK iTunes - - Jacqui  
Chris Young - What If I Stay I'm Comin' Over | Album: I'm Comin' Over CD - MP3 - UK iTunes -

New on The Show 

Whistler's Father

“Highly Irregular” - A mean bit of harmonica..I thought that was rather good - Marie Crichton BBC Radio Shropshire

Americana/ Bluegrass / Folk
Byron Berline (fiddle & mandolin), Hal Ratliff (piano & keyboards), Roger Gillespie (drums), Rick White (electric guitars), Ernie Nunez (bass), Sean Vidrine (accordion), and Bradley Baker & Sir Louis (harmony vocals)

Whistler's Father, based in Orange County, CA, is a great example of the Americana music genre. Blending Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Rock, Blues, Cajun, and Jazz, the first Whistler's Father album of all original new music entitled "Highly Irregular" is available on Amazon, iTunes, cd baby, and numerous other music sites.

“Highly Irregular” was recorded over the course of a year and a half.

 The core members of Whistler’s Father, Tim Bennett – lead vocals, guitar, and harmonica, Dan Cartmell – banjo, finger-style guitar, and harmony vocals, and RJ Williams, bass and harmony vocals, were joined in the studio by a roster of talented musicians:
CONNECT with Whistler's Father: WEBSITE

Jake Worthington

“Just Keep Falling In Love” -  “Very country and a voice beyond his years, nice groove to it” -  Marie Crichton BBC Radio Shropshire

At only 19 years old Jake Worthington has accomplished more than some Artist dream to achieve over the chorus of a career. 

In 2014 Jake was named "Runner-Up" on Season 6 of the hit NBC TV Show "The Voice". While on the TV Show Jake managed to release 2 songs that reached the Top 20 on Billboard Heatseekers: His cover of Richard Marx's "Right Here Waiting" hit #14 & his remake of Keith Whitley's "Don't Close Your Eyes" ( >> Video) went to #17.
The 2 songs also reached the Top 15 on Billboard Country Top Digital Downloads. But perhaps the most impressve of the feats was when Jake's rendition of the Bryan Adam's hit song "Heaven" reached #3 on Billboard Country Top Digital Songs.

On Hot County Songs he made a debut No.49 with “Have A Little Faith In Me” (song by John Hiatt)
Following the success from the TV Show Jake joined the other finalists on "The Voice" National Tour where they played some of the largest venues and arenas in some of the biggest cities in the US.

Success from the TV show has led to a Social Media presense that reaches nearly 250,000 total people across the world! Resulting in numerous YouTube videos with over 1 Million views each.
In October 2015 Jake released his debut EP of original songs. The EP debuted: #6 Billboard South Central, #16 Billboard Heatseekers & #44 Billboard Country Albums (selling 900 copies).
His single "Just Keep Falling In Love" (Labels: Jerry Duncan Promotions / Marco Promotions) was sent to country radio with an impact date Nov 16, 2015
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Hamilton County Ramblers
“Copperline” - “Absolutely wonderful song” -  Marie Crichton BBC Radio Shropshire

Genre: Bluegrass
Band Members: John Boulware (Fiddle), James Kee (Mandolin), Roy Curry (Guitar), Josh Hixson (Upright bass) & Jim Pankey (Banjo(s)

A traditional bluegrass band playing a variety of related styles including traditional bluegrass, swing, old-time, country, and pop, all from a bluegrass perspective.

This is a band whose members come from several directions and several generations yet also from one place, both literally (the Chattanooga area, hence “Hamilton County”), and figuratively, in their shared appreciation for and emulation of the genuine, not stereotypical, aspects of the bluegrass tradition. 
They understand that music — this kind of music, at least — is an art and a craft (and a business), and that respect for it means digging deep at every turn.
In short, this is a debut from a group that has done what good bluegrass musicians of every generation do. And it shows.
"If bluegrass music is the quintessential Appalachian music, then Hamilton County Ramblers is the quintessential bluegrass band..." - Marc Michael, The Pulse
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