Wings, Simple Dreams And All The Coffee You Can Drink
Monday, September 25
Released in December, 1971 Wild Life was the third post-Beatles release from Paul McCartney and the first from his band, Wings. We’ll hear music from that recording on this episode plus selections from the brand-new album by Portland, Oregon-based singer-songwriter Anna Tivel, Small Believer.
Tuesday, September 26
Treasures Untold is the recent live LP from singer-songwriter Tom Brosseau. Listen for music from that recording on this episode of Strange Currency plus selections from the latest by Gov’t Mule, Revolution Come … Revolution Go.
Wednesday, September 27
Released in 1977, Linda Rondstadt’s Simple Dreams was notable for its inclusion of songs by Warren Zevon, the Rolling Stones and others. We’ll hear selections from this recently reissued recording plus new music from Phish bassist Mike Gordon.
Thursday, September 28
We’ll hear new music from Joey Henry’s Dirty Sunshine Club plus music from the second full-length release by Carrie Nation and The Speakeasy, Hatchetations.
Friday, September 29
We team up with Global Village and Crossroads to celebrate International Coffee Day. Strange Currency will feature selections from Prince, Squeeze, Bob Dylan, Paul Westerberg and John Hiatt, among others.
Saturday, September 30
Black Country Communion features former Black Sabbath/Deep Purple vocalist Glenn Hughes, contemporary blues artist Joe Bonamassa, ex-Dream Theater keyboardist Derek Sherinian and drummer Jason Bonham. The band recently reunited for its fourth album, simply titled BCCIV. Listen for music from that recording on this episode plus music from Glenn Hughes’ 2016 effort, Resonate.