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Song Premiere: Caitlin Canty, "Motel"

January 31, 2018

by Elena See, Folk Alley

CaitlinCanty_DavidMcClisterPhoto2 500sq Folk Alley Song Premiere Motel.jpgIf you're able to focus on anything other than Caitlin Canty's quiet and compelling voice (hard, I know, but try), it'll be impossible NOT to notice just how much Russ Pahl's pedal steel adds to "Motel."

In fact, once you notice Pahl on "Motel," you start to notice all the other musicians on the new album, 'Motel Bouquet.' Each takes a turn working to add balance and depth to Canty's already thoughtful lyrics and phrasing (helped along at times by Aoife O'Donovan on harmony vocals). Stuart Duncan picks up the fiddle every now and again, Paul Kowert's on bass; it's Jerry Roe on drums and percussion, and producer Noam Pikelny on electric guitar and banjo. A talented ensemble cast, to say the least, and one that showed up to provide support to a musician who takes great advantage of what's being offered to her.

"Releasing this record feels like a sigh after a long haul," Canty says. And that makes a lot of sense, especially when you know it's something she worked on while she was on the move - not only touring around the country in the wake of 2015's 'Reckless Skyline,' but also while she packed up her car and moved from her native Vermont to her new home: Nashville, Tennessee.

The end result of the move? An album to be proud of: "I couldn't be happier with this record - the way it sounds, and the way it went down," Canty says. "Making music with this band made me fall in love with making records again."

That sense of falling in love and feeling content and peaceful is especially obvious in "Motel." It is, Canty notes, "about as direct and sunny as my songs get. I woke up in California feeling truly rested and happy for the first time in a long time."

And it IS a happy song, albeit a quiet one. Of course, without being able to dive into Canty's head and explore her personal inspirations, you can't know exactly what it's all about. But, with lines like "It was love that broke my sorrow/Like the day breaks all night," you can guess that "Motel" just might be about a new love. More than that, it seems to hint toward a love - and a sense of contentment - that's a whole lot stronger than anything that has come before.

'Motel Bouquet' will be released on March 30 via Tone Tree Music and is available for pre-order now - HERE.

Upcoming tour dates.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 8:51 AM

In Review: Guest DJ Hour with Mark Erelli

January 27, 2018

Mark-Erelli_0009hires.jpgNew England singer-songwriter, Mark Erelli joins Cindy Howes for a special guest DJ hour on Folk Alley. Erelli has just released his latest album 'Mixtape,' a collection of covers that he has performed at his annual 'Under The Covers' live show at Club Passim in Boston. The covers night celebrated its 14th annual concert on December 15, 2017.

Mark discusses his new album with Cindy, and plays DJ for the hour selecting music ranging from Lizz Wright and Tom Petty to Kris Delmhorst, Amanda Anne Platt & the Honeycutters, and more!

LISTEN:

Posted by Linda Fahey at 12:54 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #180125

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg This week on Folk Alley, Elena See shares new music from Caitlin Canty, Mark Erelli, and David Myles; plus 2'fer from the 'American Folk' motion picture soundtrack; and a set from Old Crow Medicine Show including a new song from their upcoming release, 'Volunteer' due out this spring.

In hour two, more new music by Tracy Grammer, Chris Smither, Steep Canyon Rangers, Robert Ellis & Courtney Hartman, The Wailin' Jennys, and a set from John Gorka's latest, 'True In Time.' All this and much more!

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PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

Pat Donohue - (The Other End of) The Mississippi River Blues - Backroads - Bluesky Records

Peter Ostroushko - Bemidji Blues - Postcards - Red House Records

Trampled By Turtles - Are You Behind the Shining Star - Wild Animals - BanjoDad Records (Thirty)

Caitlin Canty - Take Me For a Ride - Motel Bouquet - Tone Tree Music

Noam Pikelny - Old Banjo - Universal Favorite - Rounder Records

Jerry Garcia & David Grisman (compilation) - Freight Train - American Folk (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - American Folk Records

Joe Purdy & Amber Rubarth - Moonlight - American Folk (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - American Folk Records

David Myles - Real Love - Real Love - Little Tiny Records

Kacey Musgraves - Somebody To Love - Pageant Material - Mercury Nashville

Asylum Street Spankers - I Love You - Exclusive Folk Alley recording, 11/2002 36th Kent State Folk Festival

Mark Erelli - Ophelia - Mixtape - Mark Erelli

The Band - Acadian Driftwood - Northern Lights - Southern Cross - Capitol

Old Crow Medicine Show (compilation) - We're All In This Together - Transamerica motion picture soundtrack - Nettwerk

Old Crow Medicine Show - Flicker & Shine - Volunteer - Sony/Columbia

Hour Two:

Cara Dillon - The Banks of the Foyle - Wanderer - Charcoal Records

Hanneke Cassel - Passing Place / Silver Special - Trip To Walden Pond - Cassel Records

Planxty - Follow Me Up To Carlow - Planxty - Shanachie

John Gorka - Crowded Heart - True In Time - Red House/Compass

John Gorka - The Ballad of Iris & Pearl - True In Time - Red House/Compass

Tracy Grammer - The Mark - Low Tide - Self

Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer (compilation) - Tanglewood Tree - Philadelphia Folk Festival - 40th Anniversary - Sliced Brd

Chris Smither - The Blame's On Me - Call Me Lucky - Signature Sounds

The Suitcase Junket (in-studio) - Twisted Fate (in-studio) - Folk Alley in-studio session - Folk Alley/WKSU exclusive

Kris Delmhorst - Magnolia - The Wild - Blueblade Records

Robert Ellis & Courtney Hartman - Up on the Hill Where They Do the Boogie - Dear John - Refuge Foundation for the

Della Mae - Bowling Green - I Built This Heart

Steep Canyon Rangers - The Speed We're Traveling - Out In the Open - Ramseur Records

Wayne Henderson - Wheels - Made & Played - TruckerRoa

The Wailin' Jennys - Old Churchyard - Fifteen - Red House Records


Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 11:32 AM

Hear It First: 'American Folk' Motion Picture Soundtrack featuring Joe Purdy & Amber Rubarth

January 22, 2018

by Cindy Howes, Folk Alley

American Folk Motion Picture Soundtrack Folk Alley Hear It First.jpg'American Folk' is a film about two musicians who take an unexpected cross-country road trip in the wake of September 11th. They meet on a flight to New York that, after takeoff, is forced to return to Los Angeles when planes across the country are grounded for three days after 9/11. Desperate to make it to New York, the pair obtains a 1972 Chevy Caravan and embarks on their journey where they encounter many different characters all reeling after the terrorist attacks.

Actual singer-songwriters Joe Purdy and Amber Rubarth star in the film and perform 14 of the 16 songs on its soundtrack. The tribute to the American folk music tradition seen through the eyes of two songwriters driving across a vulnerable nation is a heartwarming premise. Standouts on the soundtrack are the tender moments between Purdy and Rubarth on their original material. Each wrote two songs for the film with the highlight being Purdy's "This Old Guitar" (long version), which evokes the emotion and fragility that make him a great songwriter. Rubarth has an impressive ability to channel the American folk tradition, which also flows freely on her own songs such as her original, "Townes." In the end, you are left with wanting to hear more original tunes featuring Purdy and Rubarth collaborations.

'American Folk' soundtrack is out on January 26th via American Folk Records and is available for pre-order now at iTunes and Amazon.com.

Upcoming tour dates

LISTEN to the entire soundtrack HERE.


Posted by Linda Fahey at 12:05 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #180118

January 20, 2018

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg Each week, host Elena See collects the best in contemporary and traditional folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings. Two new hours each week.

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PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

Ruthie Foster (feat. Derek Trucks) - Joy Comes Back - Joy Comes Back - Blue Corn Music

Paul Thorn - You Might Be Wrong - Pimps & Preachers - Perpetual Obscurity

Mary Gauthier - Brothers - Rifles & Rosary Beads - In the Black Records/Thirty

Bruce Cockburn - Bone On Bone -Bone On Bone - True North

Stephen Fearing - Love Like Water - Every Soul's a Sailor - Stephen Fearing

Jolie Holland & Samantha Parton - Little Black Bear - Folk Alley Sessions - Folk Alley Exclusive

Jolie Holland & Samantha Parton - The Last - Folk Alley Sessions - Folk Alley Exclusive

Cory Chisel & the Wandering Sons - Never Meant to Love You - Old Believer - Readymade Records

Bon Iver - Skinny Love - For Emma, Forever Ago - Jagjaguw

Tracy Grammer - Hole - Low Tide - Self

Tracy Grammer - Forty-niner - Low Tide - Self

John Gorka - Tattooed - True In Time - Red House/Compass

Darrell Scott - A Crooked Road - A Crooked Road - Full Light Records

Hour Two:

Darlingside - Hold Your Head Up High - Extralife - Thirty Tigers

Caitlin Canty - I Never - Reckless Skyline - Caitlin Canty

Willie Watson - The Cuckoo Bird - Folksinger Vol. 2 - Acony Records

Tommy Emmanuel - C-Jam Blues (feat. David Grisman & Bryan Sutton) - Accomplice One - CGP Sounds/Thirty Tigers

Bryan Sutton - Time Has Come - The More I Learn - Sugar Hill

Kim Richey (feat. Chuck Prophet) - Whistle On Occasion - Edgeland - Yep Roc Records

The Websters & Scott Nygaard - It's My Lazy Day - Ten Thousand Miles - LotsofRec

Steep Canyon Rangers - Farmers and Pharaohs - Out In the Open - Ramseur Records

Kane, Welch, & Kaplin - Red Light Blinking - Kane, Welch, & Kaplin - Compass

Chastity Brown - After You - Back-Road Highways - Creative Dreams

The Wood Brothers - Happiness Jones - One Drop of Truth - Honey Jar Records/Thirty

The Wood Brothers - River Takes the Town - One Drop of Truth - Honey Jar Records/Thirty

Wilco - The Late Greats - A Ghost Is Born - Nonesuch

May Erlewine - Wild - Mother Lion - Earthwork Music

Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 2:01 PM

Hear It First: John Gorka, 'True In Time'

January 16, 2018

by Cindy Howes, Folk Alley

John Gorka True In Time Folk Alley Hear It First Cindy Howes 300.jpgJohn Gorka is a towering figure in folk music thanks to his longevity, powerful baritone, collaborative spirit, and remarkable songwriting. Gorka has been on the scene since the early 1980's, where he cut his teeth in the Fast Folk circles (among others) in New York, playing in coffeehouse alongside folks like Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin and Nanci Griffith. That deep and steady voice he hones brilliantly is like the Bing Crosby of singer-songwriters. And the feeling of assuredness and comfort in that voice is one that few others evoke. John's musical partnerships span decades and include friends like Eliza Gilkyson, Pete Kennedy (The Kennedys) and Lucy Kaplansky. If you follow the trail of his writing, you'll find deep and meaningful songs from one of the genre's most quietly thoughtful troubadours.

All of this is apparent on his latest record, 'True In Time.' Produced in Minneapolis with some of the best session players in the city, the album was recorded live, which is apparent in the organic flow and groove. The overall earnest approach is genuine, which is the only thing John Gorka could ever be. In all honesty, Gorka is something of a father figure: kind, supportive, stable, and has that special something that only an adorable dad can pull off: dad humor. Lines like "The cool people had a meeting and decided I was not one of them," kinda make you wanna groan and roll your eyes in jest. Gorka is a silly guy; if you've ever met him or seen him in concert you've experienced his sense of humor that occasionally gets into his songwriting. Sometimes it's charming and sometimes it's.... not. However, once you start getting under the hood, you'll discover the profound meaning and extraordinary origins of (most of) the songs.

On 'True In Time,' the best example of Gorka's cuteness aligning with his exceptional songwriting is the song "The Ballad of Iris & Pearl," where he creates fictional hero folk singers who flew under radar for the whole of their career. He re-writes music history claiming the two women taught Elvis and Dylan everything they know. The best part is when you find out the song was inspired by Eliza Gilkyson's two dogs (named Iris and Pearl) at her songwriting retreat in Taos, NM.

On the flipside of that silliness is the root of the title track, a co-write with Pete Kennedy. A Facebook post John shared of Paul Simon's "Mother and Child Reunion" after the death of Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds caused Kennedy to respond, "Maybe all songs come true in time." Peter later suggested this sounded like a song, which led to co-writing long distance. Not sure if it was intentional to make the song sound like it came from The Great American Songbook, but it wouldn't be out of place if Fisher and Reynolds ever had the chance to sing it on stage together.

John's guitar playing has always been the ultimate, the classic, and the very definition of the folk singer-songwriter. Hearing it ring out alongside the crack session musicians on 'True In Time' only makes it more true and steadfast. Gorka is at his best when he's keeping it sincere and contemplative. Also, guest appearances by Jonatha Brooke, Eliza Gilkyson, and Lucy Kaplansky just add to the high quality of this music.

At the end of the day, Gorka's soulful voice, songwriting, and guitar work are what we're here for, and they are given center stage on this solid record.

'True In Time' is out on January 19 via Compass/Red House Records, and is available for pre-order now at iTunes and Amazon.com

Upcoming tour dates



Posted by Linda Fahey at 12:45 PM

Hear It First: Tracy Grammer, 'Low Tide'

January 14, 2018

by Elena See, Folk Alley

LOW TIDE COVER-RGB 300x300 FOLK ALLEY copy.jpgIf you've ever walked along an ocean's shore at low tide, you'll see things you don't normally see. Low tide is when the sea is at its lowest level. And so all sorts of the ocean's secrets - the animals, the shells, the plant life you never normally get to see - are exposed. There are no secrets at low tide.

And that's why 'Low Tide' is such an appropriate title for Tracy Grammer's new album. There are no secrets here. With this album, her 11th but her first of all (almost all) original songs, Grammer lays bare her very soul. "These are very personal songs," she says. "Songs about family, loss, hope, and relationships."

Tracy Grammer has been making music since 1997 and is best known for her collaboration with the late Dave Carter. When he died in 2002, she continued to perform, but most often sang Carter's songs, rather than her own material. "I made it my mission to get people to sing along," she says. Her mission changed a few years ago when she participated in a songwriter project and she's eager, she says, to get her own music in front of audiences (who, it should be noted, have LONG been demanding it).

Grammer sings about mistakes. About passion. About failures. And about wishes and dreams that were never - and will never be - fulfilled. As you listen to certain songs ("Hole," "Daffodil Days," a cover of Kate Bush's "Cloudbusting"), you'll be hard pressed NOT to think about Dave Carter and about their relationship, which was both professional and personal.

However, in the midst of this intense pain and self-recrimination, there's also a sense that Grammer is finally able to let go of some her sorrow. Her voice on "Free," for example, is peaceful and light. As she sings about learning to let go, about the wonder that comes when "all the worry, all the running away is done," you know: this is the voice of a songwriter who has made her peace with the past and who is ready - and more than willing - to move forward.

'Low Tide' will be released on January 19th, and is available for pre-order directly at Tracy's Bandcamp page, iTunes, and Amazon.com.

Upcoming tour dates


Posted by Linda Fahey at 10:23 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #180111

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg Each week, host Elena See collects the best in contemporary and traditional folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings. Two new hours each week.

{{Audio for this episode is no longer available.}}

PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

Odetta - Got My Mind On Freedom - It's A Mighty World - RCA/Victor

Rhiannon Giddens - Birmingham Sunday - Freedom Highway - Nonesuch

Brandi Carlile - The Mother - By the Way, I Forgive You - Elektra

Buddy Miller & Friends (feat. Brandi Carlile & the Lone Bellow) - Angel From Montgomery - Cayamo Sessions at Sea - New West Records

Joe Purdy & Amber Rubarth - Someone Singing With Me - American Folk (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - American Folk Records

James Keelaghan - Sing My Heart Home - Home - Appleseed

I'm With Her (Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz and Aoife O'Donovan) - Game To Lose - See You Around - I'm With Her/Rounder

The Lonely Heartstring Band - The Look In My Eye - Deep Waters - Rounder Records/Concord

Musique a Bouches - Le Maréchal - Jusqu'aux oreilles - Musique a Bouches

John Gorka - Arroyo Seco - True In Time - Red House/Compass

Tom Russell - Where The Dream Begins - Borderland - Hightone

Mavis Staples - Eyes On the Prize - We'll Never Turn Back - ANTI

Mavis Staples - MLK Song - Livin' On A High Note - ANTI

Hour Two:

Mile Twelve - You Don't Even Know It Yet - Onwards - Delores the Taurus

Darlingside - Bird Say - Bird Say - Thirty Tigers

Solas - The Wind that Shakes the Barley - Sunny Spells and Scattered Showers - Shanachie

Usher's Island - Five Drunken Landladies - Usher's Island - Compass Records

We Banjo 3 - Tell Me Why (Gather the Good) - Gather the Good - We Banjo 3

Rodney Crowell - Shake Your Money Maker - Strange Angels: In Flight With Elmore James (compilation) - Sylvan Songs

Keb' Mo' - Look On Yonder Wall - Strange Angels: In Flight With Elmore James (compilation) - Sylvan Songs

Samantha Fish - Need You More - Belle of the West - Ruf Records

Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three - Head To Toe - Middle of Everywhere - Free Dirt Records

Upstate Rubdown - Bad Enough - A Remedy - Upstate Rubdown

Tommy Emmanuel (with Jason Isbell) - Deep River Blues - Accomplice One - CGP Sounds/Thirty Tigers

Tommy Emmanuel (with Frank Vignola & Vinny Raniolo) - Djangology - Accomplice One - CGP Sounds/Thirty Tigers

Norman Blake - Randall Collins - Back Home in Sulphur Springs - Rounder

Mark Erelli - Deep Red Bells - Mixtape - Mark Erelli

Kris Delmhorst - The Wild - The Wild - Blueblade Records

Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 12:04 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #180104

January 11, 2018

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg Each week, host Elena See collects the best in contemporary and traditional folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings. Two new hours each week.

{{Audio for this episode is no longer available.}}

PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

The Decemberists - January Hymn - The King Is Dead - Capitol

Drew Emmitt - Big Ice - Across The Bridge - Compass

Ruth Moody - Cold Outside - The Garden - Red House Records

Steep Canyon Rangers - Out In the Open - Out In the Open - Ramseur Records

River Whyless - Falling Son - We Are the Light - Roll Call Records

Greensky Bluegrass - Take Cover - Shouted, Written Down and Quoted - Big Blue Zoo (Thirty Tigers)

Billy Strings - Living Like An Animal - Turmoil & Tinfoil - Apostol Recording

Mary Gauthier - The War After the War - Rifles & Rosary Beads - In the Black Records/Thirty

Steve Earle & The Dukes and Dutchesses - Invisible - The Low Highway - New West Records

Joe Purdy & Amber Rubarth - Townes - American Folk (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - American Folk Records

Townes Van Zandt - Pancho & Lefty - Sunshine Boy: The Unheard Studio Sessions & Demos 1971-1972 - Omnivore Records

Samantha Fish - American Dream - Belle of the West - Ruf Records

Luther Dickinson - Horseshoe (Reprise) - Blues & Ballads (A Folksinger's Songbook) Volumes I & II - New West Records

Guy Davis - Taking Just A Little Bit of Time - Kokomo Kidd - M.C. Records

Hour Two:

Alan Doyle - Bully Boys - A Week at the Warehouse - Universal Music Canada

Great Big Sea (live, compilation) - Going Up - Philadelphia Folk Festival - 40th Anniversary - Sliced Brd

Jeffrey Martin - Thrift Store Dress - One Go Around - Fluff & Gravy

Mike Barnett (feat. Bryan Sutton) - Hangman's Reel - Portraits in Fiddles - Compass Records

Anna & Elizabeth - Heap of Horses - Sun To Sun - Free Dirt Records

I'm With Her (Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz and Aoife O'Donovan) - See You Around - See You Around - I'm With Her/Rounder

Sarah Jarosz - Comin' Undone - Undercurrent - Sugar Hill

Offa Rex - Bonny May - The Queen of Hearts - Nonesuch

June Tabor & Oysterband - Bonnie Bunch of Roses - Ragged Kingdom - Topic

Usher's Island - Cairndaisy - Usher's Island - Compass Records

Blackie & the Rodeo Kings - Driftin' Snow - South - File Under: Music

Richie & Rosie - Cold Mountain - Nowhere In Time - Richie & Rosie

Caitlin Canty - Vermont - Golden Hour - Self

Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 10:03 AM

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