Wednesday, March 21
We’ll hear music from the Jimmie Vaughan Trio’s latest release, Live at C-Boy’s plus selections from the Edgar Winter Group’s 1972 LP They Only Come Out At Night.
Thursday, March 22
How To Solve Our Human Problems is the latest release by Scotland’s Belle and Sebastian. Listen for selections from it on this episode of the show as well as music from The Twilight Sad’s No One Can Ever Know, released in 2012.
Friday, March 23
Sunday Morning Coming Down is the 2012 release from Minneapolis’ The New Standards, featuring jazz-inspired covers of songs from the Arcade Fire, The Beatles and Talking Heads, among others. We’ll hear songs from that release plus music from the Bad Plus’ 2016 effort It’s Hard.
Saturday, March 24
Everybody’s Insecure is the latest release from Elk City. We’ll hear songs from that record as well as from Space Flyer, the 1994 effort from Melting Hopefuls.
Monday, March 26
Condition Blue is the 1991 effort from Britain’s The Jazz Butcher, we’ll hear music from that collection on this episode as well as songs from Kirsty MacColl’s Electric Landlady.
Tuesday, March 27
Space Gun is the latest release from Dayton, Ohio’s Guided By Voices. We’ll hear music from it as well as songs from Doolittle, the 1989 effort from the Pixies.
Wednesday, March 28
Hymns of the 49th Parallel is k.d. lang’s 2004 tribute to Canadian singer-songwriters and features material written by Leonard Cohen and Neil Young. We’ll hear music from that release as well as selections from Lucinda Williams’ 2017 remake of her Sweet Old World LP.
Thursday, March 29
Listen for selections from Ride Again, the 2015 release from Cherokee Maidens & Sycamore Swing plus music from Asleep At The Wheel.
Friday, March 30
I’ll Be Your Girl is the latest effort from The Decemberists, listen for selections from that release on this episode plus music from Andrew W.K.’s You’re Not Alone.
Saturday, March 31
Listen for selections from David Bowie’s 1997 release, Earthling plus music from former Bowie guitarist Mick Ronson’s 1994 set, Heaven and Hull, featuring guest appearances from Bowie, Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott, Mott The Hoople’s Ian Hunter and John Mellencamp.