#15 Monday Folk ‘n Blues Show 10.02.2020

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If you’re Folkin Blue you’ve come to the right place!

#15 The Monday Folk ‘n Blues Show plays the best in Folk and Blues on the net

 

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Up this week: 

Shawn James – Burn the Witch
Kind Dude – Lucifer’s the Light of the World
Black Coffee – Barely Know Her
ZZ Ward – Help me Mama
Jarrod Dickenson – California
Chris Stapleton – Broken Halos
Lucinda Williams – Something Wicked This Way Comes
Brother Dege – Day I was Born
Jose Gonzalez – Far Away
Laura Marling – Where Can I Go?
Big Star – Thirteen 1972
Whiskeytown – Ballad of Carol Lynn
The Jompson Brothers – On the Run
Left Lane Cruiser – Hard Working Man
Benjamin Todd – Using Again

 

The Codfather’s Alternative Jukebox 25.01.19

Click here to listen to this week’s aural delights:

Crooked Saws – Folk‘n blues

New Bomb Turks – Punk quartet from Ohio with a garage flavour

Trash Culture – Energetic garage-punk

Tsunami Bomb – Melodic Californian punk-rock

Howling Black Soul – Sabbath meets Free

Swine Tax – Toon punk rock

Amigo the Devil – Dark and morbid folk with a hint of humour. A Codfather fave

The Dirtbombs – Garage-rock from Detroit with influential Mick Collins at the helm

Viagra Boys – Stockholm punk rock

Cherry Glazerr – American rock band

Death from Above 1979 – Dance punk

Bully – Nashville rockers

Dilly Dally – bass lines and Gnarly guitar

Pup – loud n proud Canadians

The Blue Carpet Band – Big riffs n 12-bar boogies

Crooked Saws – Folk‘n blues

New Bomb Turks – Punk quartet from Ohio with a garage flavour

Trash Culture – Energetic garage-punk

Tsunami Bomb – Melodic Californian punk-rock

Howling Black Soul – Sabbath meets Free

Swine Tax – Toon punk rock

Amigo the Devil – Dark and morbid folk with a hint of humour. A Codfather fave

The Dirtbombs – Garage-rock from Detroit with influential Mick Collins at the helm

Viagra Boys – Stockholm punk rock

Cherry Glazerr – American rock band

Death from Above 1979 – Dance punk

Bully – Nashville rockers

Dilly Dally – bass lines and Gnarly guitar

Pup – loud n proud Canadians

The Blue Carpet Band – Big riffs n 12-bar boogies