Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Signposts: Along the Information Super Highway

Here is some things being talked about in the Blogger community.

AmericanRoots Ray Randall reports that Jason & the Scorchers will be receiving a Lifetime Achievment Award from the Americana Music Association.

Nine Bullets has posted links to live recordings by Lucero.

The Boot does a great interview with Charlie Daniels who is celebrating 50 years in music.

Hickory Wind doesn't want anyone to tell Hayes Carll about the "death of alt-country."

Twangville's Mayer is the best there is at finding the underground bands. This week he introduces you to The Teenage Prayers.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love CMT and so does my husband. However, remember the days when you could tune in and find nothing but videos..all day long? Some of the shows are good, but come on guys..let's see more video time!

Anonymous said...

Chip, CMT is a terrible band - I would compare them to a classic Lookout Mountain Country Jazz Fusion Classical band that you may be familar with - Mark Blowers and the Flying Beds of Sun. Also, the group Joey and his Truck, another on of your favorites, would fall into this catagory.

Ashley said...

Hi,

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Best regards,

Ashley Futak