Remembering Peter Green, In Search Of Lost Songs

Jul 27, 2020

Samantha Crain's 'A Small Death'
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Monday, July 27

We’ll remember Peter Green, founding member of Fleetwood Mac, who passed away last weekend at the age of 73. He left the band in the early 1970s, increasingly at odds with personal/spiritual beliefs and mainstream success. He returned to the spotlight in later years with Peter Green’s Splinter Group and is remembered as one of the masters of British blues rock guitar, influencing generations of players from Metallica’s Kirk Hammett to Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, and Irish guitarist Gary Moore, who paid tribute to Green with the 1995 album, Blues For Greeny.

'All The Good Times' from Gillian Welch and David Rawlings
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Tuesday, July 28

We’ll hear selections from Choctaw-American singer-songwriter Samantha Crain’s latest release, A Small Death plus music from Sorceress, the latest from Jess Williamson.

Wednesday, July 29

All The Good Times is the new release from Gillian Welch and David Rawlings. Recording on a reel-to-reel machine at the couple’s Nashville home, the record features songs originally recorded by Bob Dylan, John Prine and others. We’ll also hear from Welch’s upcoming collection of “lost” songs.

'Matt Rollings Mosaic' by Matt Rollings
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Thursday, July 30

Matt Rollings is perhaps best known for his work as keyboardist with Lyle Lovett’s Large Band, though he’s amassed credits with Willie Nelson, Allison Krauss and others. His first album in 30 years, Matt Rollings Mosaic is out in August, we’ll hear selections from the album, including songs featuring Krauss and The War and Treaty. Plus music from the upcoming Old 97’s release, Twelfth.

Chris Stamey's 'A Brand New Shade of Blue'
Credit Album Cover Art Courtesy Conqueroo

Friday, July 31

Listen for selections from Los Coast, Gary Clark Jr. and others.

Saturday, August 1

We’ll preview our August featured artists, Chris Stamey and Old 97’s, plus live music from The Replacements, Prince and more.