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Dawg River Radio premiere's with the Skipper wallowing in his smarmy musical history. From cradle to what passes for his present. He's trying to let us in on what flavor's his musical tastes, not that it matters, and why he'll play for us what he will. Or so he said to me. Bloody crazy old bastige if ya' asks me.....
Sir D gifts us with a new toy... err.. tool to make our shows even better, and the Skipper's march through is personal musical history continues. They'll be coming to take him away soon I've heard, but not before he takes us on a journey. Or is that kidnaps us? Oh well.. YOU decide.
The Skippers a no show ... did he get lost on his way home? Myndrunner battles the soundboard into submission, but not until after a battle of EPIC proportions. Cap'n Riva finally shows and exposes us all to Swamp Music... Wow, who'd a thunk it?
Re-play of Show 2
Kick out the JAMMMMM's ya' bilge swillin' lubbers! Tie yer'selves ta' somethin' sturdy cause the weathers gettin' HEAVY and there's Metal Flyin'!! The ol' Dawg still knows a few tricks .. ya' best duck when he fires massive broadsides on this show. He ain't exactly playin' what ya' might call fair.
The Skipper rumbles, bumbles and stumbles through his first show doing all the stuff by his lonesome. And he get's added ambiance from Sir Darryl's Secret Bunker with a hidden live mic placed by some agent provocateur. Beyond all that The Skipper plays songs by several of the artists who will appear at this years New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival that starts in not quite 3 weeks.
Tonight the Skipper goes from Sacred Steel style Blues Shuffle to English Blues/Rock to Psychedelic R&B to a "tasty" Funk Gumbo that's all his own. Will this Dawg Riva ever figure out what his show's gonna be about? Probably not
This show was all about voices including that of current Queen of Blue Eyed Soul and Country Outlaw, Shelby Lynne. The Skipper also plays several past guests of Myndjack Radio such as Molly Jensen, Ju'Not Joyner, Felicia Barton, Stars Go Dim and Verity In Stereo... Yeah, it's a bit soft in places, but NEVER where it counts.. This show's got Butt!
The Skipper and Herself, The Deb in All Debital Radio fire broadsides of 80's Bands at his listeners. When all was said and done Deb had to kickstart The Old Geezers heart. He near kicked a slop bucket from all the excitement, but Deb's quick action unfortunately saved him from extinction. That means Himself will be about next week ... Be Very Afraid!
Dawg River Radio presents a trip down memory lane revisting the best performances of the first MyndJack Radio Idol. Manny Riva, Professor Kast, Myndrunner and Deb give tips and suggestions to the new contestants gearing up for the 2nd edition of MyndJack Radio Idol.
The Skipper takes you on a forty year voyage from The Moody Blues to Dream Theater. He makes port calls along the way to King Crimson, ELP, ELO (ELO? Art Rock?) and Metallica (HUH?!) ... Trust me, this is Art/Progressive rock ya' swabs!!
This is the Skippers' Summer, Beach and Shag Music show (hotly debatable). That's Shag not "shaggin" ya' cretinous lubbers, kindly extract yer mynds from the bilge. Capn' Riva's joined on this excursion by Herself.. Deb of All Debital Radio and the scurrilous Myndrunner who rescues our intrepid ancient mariner from all manner of techno "do-dads, gremlins and the odd chinga-dera". If not for the courage of this fearless lad the Screamin' Catfish could'a been lost? OUCH!
Somebody needs to open a big ol' can o'BS Spray on the Skipper this week as he spreads it pretty thick tryin' to make ya'll think he knows something about JAZZ. He DOES play some righteous tunes though. Diana Krall to Django Reinhardt to Galactic, Ottmar Liebert to Weather Report.. Take a listen!!
I think that's fairly self explanatory. Buffett, Chesney, Zac Brown Band, Sonny Landreth, Jerry Jeff Walker and Bonnie Raitt all make appearances. Join the Skipper as he stumbles around tryin' to act the host with the most whilst runnin' into a post.
That's right Swabs! Himself and Herself visited us to share some of the songs that have influenced them, brung a tear ta' their eye, made em' think "oh yeahhhhh", or simply put a glide in their stride on a funky day. Myndrunner and Her Debness join yer Skipper in welcoming these two performers of reknown for two hours of bitchin' tunes, babble and bullshyte. Take a listen, you'll be glad ya' did.
This show begins on a bit of a lighter note, but soon Devo's into something a bit more dark... You think you want some o'what The Skipper's been havin? ... Listen In, ya' might wanna' re-think yer position (insert evil chuckle here)
The Skipper drops a Reggae Bomb on DRR listeners this show with old school Reggae, some Ska, House and Dancehall thrown in for good measure. He shows some love to you all with ways to obtain Really Cheap, Really GREAT music from The Dirty Heads and actually FREE music from John Brown's Body.... FREE? Yep Free. You gotta go to johnbrownsbody.com Today!
Picks of the litter for this years Bayfest.
Overcoming his shootin' his foot off with various closed mic episodes, stumbling over words and various other typical Skipper faux pas, he still manages to bring you scrubs a show packed full a'goodness like a chocaholic rug rat with a bucket full o'Ho Ho's.
Yep.. This is just what the Skipper threatened to do and it seems he can keep his word. Well for the most part ... He does forget to shut his Pie Hole now and then, but surprisingly he's able to keep it short. REALLY!! Quite an accomplishment for the old bugger...
The Skipper disturbed? Yeah, well no surprise there scrubs. This show just goes to illustrate the point more clearly than anything other than spending an hour puttin' a'eyeball on the Auld Buzzard.
This show scrubs .. is all about music that gets yer head noddin', yer' butt ta' shakin', an' if yer' sittin' down, that gets ya' ta' chair dancin.
It's "Hip-Pop", Funk, Rock, Country (yeah scrubs Country can get yer head noddin' too), Folk with Soul and who know's what all... Well YOU can know, but yer' gonna have to listen in or download the blasted show.
On Black Friday, a day devoted to bloated spending and crass commercialism of the Holiday $eason in Ameri¢a, the Skipper in his inimitable fashion (eccentric, twisted, scatterbrained) pays tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces away from home during a traditional time of family gathering in the States.
But not on the north shore of the Gulf of Mexico. So on this show the Skipper plays songs that make him think it's warm. You'll hear songs by Alex Nester, The Allman Brothers, The B52's, The Coasters, The Cruzados, Janis Joplin, Grayson Capps and others including Bob Marley and a special favorite of the Skippers from herself, Aretha Franklin.
Join the Skipper with his special guest hosts; Tmcs Urban, Myndrunner, Professor Kast and returning from her sabbatical at a hidden retreat run by The Little Sisters of Chippendales is "Herself" DEB Della Terrrrrrazzo!
Two solid hours of music, inanity and insanity. Pretty much the norm on Dawg River Radio, especially when more than two MyndJackers share the same space. Join us as we lift our glasses, bottles and snifters and toast 2010 and welcome 2011.
The Port City Players are artists who are or have been denizens the Port City, Mobile Alabama, which is, in case you don't know, where Dawg River Radio originates. Yeah, the Skipper's pimpin' local artists. You'll hear Lisa Mills and Roman Street who you've likely never heard tell of and Kristy Lee,Grayson Capps and The Ugli Stick all of whom the Skipper's featured on DRR in the past.
... for 12 hours and see if you don't feel an anurism about to explode in your coconut. The Skipper did and it made for a show that ain't eggzackly what I'd call pretty. He'd call it 'purty but then he ain't one fer' spelin.
So far as You Know.. These are rave ups as defined by the Skipper, soooo.. your opinion may differ. You'll have to listen and find out woncha? If ya' got any complaints .. take em' up with the Complaint Dept. They might listen and on a good day, actually sympathize. The Skipper sure won't. That scurrilous bastige has about as much empathy as a pig has pockets!
Another show where the Skipper stuffs his cannon with Grape Shot and takes fire on a whole herd o'musical genre's and artists. Somehow he progresses from ParliaFunkadelicment to Janelle Monáe to Frank Zappa to Rammstein.
How does the auld buzzard come up with this stuff!! I guess like me you'll just have ta' listen
Has winter beat ya' down Skippy? Did the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue just not quite kickstart yer' heart like ya' thought it would? Is yer' dog not gettin' enough cheese? Well then .. Rise Up ya' disheartened bugger and GO COASTAL!
A couple weeks ago The Skippers' l'il bro chimed in wantin' to hear music he'd heard on a reel2reel tape the auld man had mixed when he'd not been such a geezer. A tape Mad Mike had listened to for hours on end as a young impressionable lad. A tape, as fate would have it that, scarred the youngster for life and added him to The Skippers long list of those disturbed by close contact with his personage.
That's right Scrubs! You'll hear some bit'o Tango music on this show. Some RRRrrrrhumba too. Yeah.. that stuff you heard in dance class when ya' was in school. Waitaminute.. they don't Teach you keelhaulers civilized dancin' in school no mo' do they? They just go with whatever kinda' "bi-ped havin' a seizure" bilge you lubbers come up with don't they?
Join the Skipper as he mumbles and bumbles his way through another show. This time featuring what he considers singer/songwriters
A day late an' a dollar short sure, but what scrub said the party ENDED on the day? That's right... Not a one amongst em' ever had the bottom ta' out n'out say it. SO ... yer Skipper, one ta' take what advantage sails his way, decides ta' keep the soireé goin.
An' tonight the songs are ... let's just say ... influenced by old Mexico. It was the only seamanlike thing ta' do, so it were .. seein' as the reason fer' the season is 'cause a bunch o'Mexican lads whupped a bigger bunch o'Frenchy lads like a'unruly mob o'ginger headed step-children, so they did.
The Auld reprobate plays Ronstadt, Los Lobos, Santana, Rodrigo y Gabriella and others that'll keep yer python boots tappin' the deck an' yer zircon encrusted tweezers flashin!
Tonight on DEB River Radio, while the Capt Crunk is off sailing to Beantown, Deb and Myndrunner play some of their favorite performances from Season 2, including the EPIC Grease Number, MyndJack Hotel by Dee Teufel, and Dr Lulzington's Candyman! Enjoy and Bon Swah YALL!
Bring yer' napkins. This show ooooozes Sleazy n'Greasy like a bucket o'Vitalis ... an' if you don't know what that is, I'm sorry but there ain't no help for ya'. The Skipper deals from the bottom o'th deck on this show and I was you I'd check the dice too.
This is music that's gonna' make ya' want ta' check yer' shoes when ya' come off the dance floor ... Have Fun .. Dawg did.
Welllll, the Skipper was only two weeks late gettin' this boat floatin' and movin' out o'the harbor. Not too bad .. for HIM anyway. Not that's it's a surprise to anyone but this show's about Psychedelic Music from the mid sixties to early seventies. Some songs you've heard and a few you likely haven't.
Blues Rock pretty much says it all. Some o'this is pretty standard stuff, maybe most of it. There's some .. most DRR listeners may not have heard or have heard and not considered "Blues/Rock".
The diverticul... err .. funicula .. dammit! .. curriculum (that's the one!) at this bleedin' Academy is SO esoteric, even I DON'T have a clue what it is.
But maybe you can figure it out if you pay close attention to this show. If you DO figure it out ... take notes .. I need em'.
On this show yer' Skipper starts out with a band new to him (shows how much attention he pays), My Morning Jacket. One o'their songs brings harmony singin' to his .. we'll call it a mind .. so off he goes on a typical tangent an' plays a bunch'a Country Rock stuff that he used to hear back when he was .. well.. not so much prettier, but, less salty shall we say.
Deb wakes up from a late summer nap and Myndrunner staggers in with an Arrogant Bastard Ale an' a bucket o'chicken wings to co-host this show that's packed from the bilge to th'gunwhales with blasts from the past goodness! Can ya' feel the excrement? HELL's BELL's!... WE wuz sittin' in it!!
Yer Skipper went bat-shyte crazy with exceedingly long songs on this show. And, as I predicted, was at his "school m'arm-ish" worst for a while there. Until someone (cough, cough) slapped 'im up side the coconut.
Join yer' Skipper as he exposes his ... Country roots. Evidently bein' raised up by a Mama who watched Grand Ol' Opry Saturday nights and Gospel Sundays does somethin' to an impressionable lad with a rebellious, if not downright twisted streak.
NME.com posted a list of the Best 150 Songs of the last 15 years for their 15th anniversay. The Skipper decidec he'd play a double handful o'th Top 15. Surprisingly they weren't as UK-centric as one might guess!
The Skipper thinks that because he listened to, took to heart then lived, Bob Dylan's Everybody Must Get Stoned song back in the day, that he has some notion as to what constitutes Folk Music.
Knowing the auld bugger as I do (being his steward an' all) I don't think he knows what constitutes much o'anything! Well, the scurrilous Dawg surprised me on this show. No... not with his knowledge o'Folk Music; the book of what HE knows would fit on a Postit Note. But he did, however, play some dang fine music tonight.
We heard Mumford & Sons, Avett Bros., Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside, The Old Crow Medicine Show and other fine arse music. He even threw in a jewel from Doc Watson! I might quibble over some o'what he thinks is Folk ... but hey! Take a listen, decide for yer'self.
The Skipper goes back to his Young Dude days and pulls out some Sons Of Champlin and Buddy Miles Express to put some glide in yer' stride to get this thing started. Then among others he lays down some Alex Nester , Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals and a couple killer tracks from The London Soul a badass new band from Brooklyn, NY that reminds the Skipper of bands like Humble Pie.
This .. was a helluva show and it was literally .. Heard Round The World! In real time no less. One of the Myndjack Nation, Lady Wah Wah, who runs a "deli" in Yarawonga, Victoria, Down Undah' piped the dang thing to her patrons there in the Nosh Deli and she said they were "Dancin' In The Street"!
Tonight yer' Skipper devotes the whole show to music from Sir Elton and Leon Russell. The Old Coot starts with a retrospective that covers songs from the 70's by both, then plays what he considers highlights from their highly acclaimed 2010 album The Union. (keep reading...)
Looks like the Father of our country, Ol' G.W., an' Norma Jean (who most red blooded American males would have liked to "father" their get with) have angered some deity or the other whilst attempting to make a break and consumate their low rent rendezvous!
This show is mostly devoted to the "Metal Musings" on piano of "vkgoeswild" (Vika Yermolyeva) who is a very accomplished classical pianist who LOVES Metal!
We'll hear her "transcriptions" of songs by Motörhead, System Of A Down, Nine Inch Nails and Metallica and even some "Real" classical stuff she plays by Chopin and Beethoven.
The Skipper puts on his "Profound Hat" and goes on ad nauseum about this an' that, boring old stories and other stuff that will have you yawning like a chasm. UNTIL he breaks out the Real Metallica and some German Industrial Metal from Rammstein!
So there ya' go, beautiful classical infused metal to Industrial Sludge Metal! Something for Everyone! What more could you ask for?
Hell there's even a dedication to the dearly departed Davy Jones! This show's just Packed ta' the gills with great gobs of gooey goodness!
This show weighs anchor leaves port with another display of yer' Skippers impeccable microphone discipline. Though he has become better acquainted with the mute button and actually UNmuted himself, it always helps when the unmuted mic is actually TURNED ON!
But, after this unseaman-like manuever, the show proceeds swimmingly and the Ol' Dawg plays a double handful o'songs that "moved" him from his dissolute youth; the years 1969-70.
Old school Soul mixed with Swamp Rock, some eccentricity and who knows what else.
The Skipper's dual nature rears it's fugly coconut on this show. In stark contrast to his Peace, Love & Flowers sentimental side (that can get embarassingly weepy over a Love Song), the Old Dawgs' rude, crude and socially unacceptable cynical barfly side sometimes scrabbles its way ta' th'surface.
Tonight, unfortunately (or fortunately depending on yer' point of view) both make an appearance .... READ MORE
If CMT can do Crossroads then so can yer' Skipper! Tonight he starts out in deepest darkest Delta Land, takes a detour to Chicago and ends up in Hallelujahland playin' .. GOSPEL?
The Skipper starts with some Zeppelin and other songs (including Dream Theater & Yes) that didn't get into the show Himself and Kast did on the last MyndJack show.
Then he cranks out some New..ish Rock stuff by Maktub and The London Souls then turns up the heat with some Rocked Up Soul from Pacific Gas and Electric and Grand Funk Railroad.
In the past couple weeks music has taken a couple body shots. Two Friday's ago it lost Levon Helm and then yesterday lost MCA (Adam Yauch) of the Beastie Boys. Men, greatly admired by two different generations of music lovers, whose music was diametrically opposed in substance and style but had fans from both generations.... Read More
The Skipper Mixed up his adult ( I know .. misnomer) beverage and went huntin' for some Mashed Up songs this week. To his Half-Baked mind that seemed like a good idea.
Here ya' go swabs. On this show the Skipper plays the Southern Rock card, an' a down n'dirty deal it is. It ain't like he don't play Southern stuff on a regular basis but this ain't his self proclaimed "Swamp Rock". No .. this time he goes for the Iconic Southern Rock thing; somewhat anyway... (read more)
Last nights show featured the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Janelle Monáe. Along with Funkadelic, Cage the Elephant, The London Souls and the Afghan Whigs, "Whack" only barely scratches the surface!
This is a "genre bustin" show as Griff said in chat and indeed I have to agree. Sometimes the genre bustin' goes on in the same song! If you can dig Blues, R&B and some wicked Jazz improv's in the same song then this is the show for you!
This one starts out with Delbert McClinton, a master of his art, whose style can in no way be pidgeonholed into one catagory.
Yer Skipper don't much care for fireworks... Unless they blow stuff outta the water! And he don't buy into the All Hail the Mighty U.S.A. yearly self congratulatory 'poopaganda' either.. But he DOES play a few Patriotic songs.. and a LOT that ain't
Send the 'chirrun' ta' bed. Un-hitch Mama from the plow, pour a couple o'Adult Beverages, break out the "Fine Columbian" and chill with a boat-load o'songs from Steely Dan.
Just a bunch'a Good Americana Tunes; Island, Rock, Funky Town, R&B, Country. A little of this, a little of that. Another of the Skippers "Shut Up & Play" nights; though he never REALLY shuts up
"Same song, 2nd verse, could be better but it's gonna' be worse".. NOT! I liked last weeks show so well, I picked another whole slew o'good songs, if not better.
... but not so stormy as earlier in the week. So yer' Skipper decided to do a show instead of makin' a lame excuse about some minor wind n'rain.
He plays a couple songs with Hurricane in the title, some more that vaguely have to do with seafaring men and then he goes off on some 80's New Wave/Alt Rock tangent that includes The Police, The Pretenders, Wall of Voodoo and more.
Try It! You Might Like It!
May as well ask a blind man to navigate yer' worm rotted scow through Magellan's Straits in a howlin' gale as to ask me to describe this show and have it make sense.
Yer' Skipper starts out with an Alka-Seltzer ad song, (who knows why, though he attempts to explain) flaps his gums about some Bollywood song but don't play it, then somehow navigates his way to playing a number of songs from Clairy Browne & The Bangin' Rackettes, a new group that hail from Melbourne, Down Under.
The show goes nutz from there on. You'll hear Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Alex Nester, Dusty Springfield and finally.. somehow .. Brandi Carlile with the Seattle Symphony!
All Over The Map, barely covers it!
That be Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes makin' a joyful noise and the noise she makes is something to behold!
This show features a handful of the Alabama Shakes CD Boys & Girls along with songs and artists you've heard the Skipper play before. It's good stuff Maynard ... get ya' some!
It was smooth sailin' on the Bayou tonight. We heard some tunes inspired by a suggestion made by Alex Nester as well as some music of Alex's.
There were also tunes "Live From Darryl's House", Darry Hall that is, not His-High-Holey-Ness SIR Darryl. We ended this epic night with a Sweet Tedeschi Trucks Band song. Don't Miss This One!
This show began with yer' Skipper makin' a Political Statement! He never makes political statements on the DRRT but tonight he did an' the karma kickback shot across his bow nearly parted his chin whiskers! (Read More)
Well The Skipper don't care what Mama don't allow, he did a whole show o'badarse Fried Hockey Boogie anyhow!
Canned Heat, John Lee Hooker, Creedence, ZZ Top, Savoy Brown and even Van Morrison showed up with they Boogie Shoes and boogied 'till the break o'day... well ... for a couple hours anyway.
Fake German and the crapola notion that Einstein would even acknowledge The Skipper's existential (sic) possibility aside, this show is a KEEPER!
The old fakir rummaged through his iTunes startin' with "A" and tossed the dice. GEnius ensues ... or whichever genius (ahem) dreamed this up should be sued. You decide!
The Skipper had a so-called 'idea'. It did not work. As he does frequently, he threw his Loyal Listeners a curve ball, and he made this one a Dog's Lunch if there ever was one.
This should be titled The AC/DC Show; 'cause that's just what He Did! He played nothin' but AC/DC for almost the Whole Show. Some heard a Lot; like incessantly. Some ... not so much.
Yer Skipper makes a weak arsed attempt at morale boosting on this show, mostly aimed at one of his harem who's had a spot o'rough sailin lately. So ... take a break and listen in as th'Old Dude plays a bunch o'badass Soul Jams...(read more)
FINALLY! The ancient scrub get's around to finishing this travesty! Lots of Good Stuff in here though
You'll need to listen to this one to find out won't ya? It starts with a short tribute to Dave Brubeck who passed a couple days before this show then proceeds with some more "kinda' Jazz, Jazz Funk, Funk and somehow to Jimi Hendrix, ZZ Top and Cowboy Mouth... among others.
Took an old idea from a year or so ago, tossed the dice and played songs to bring some heat to some of our listeners that were hip deep in cold stuff... Brrrrr.
The Skipper starts his rampage with a "Pirate Shanty", then progresses through Klezmer/Polka, Swing, Swing/Jazz, Out There Girl Group/R&B, NOLA Funk/Jazz, Americana Roots, Straight Up Rock (who knew?) then some 80's Deviance!
A show not to be missed!
No hidin' under yer' covers! It's just the Songs that're Covers! There's Aretha covers, Little Eva covers, Al Green covers, Al Kooper covers and even Grateful Dead, Beatles and Led Zeppelin Covers!
Well, it wasn't really a Mystery to Me; hell, I knew what was next... more or less. We covered most of the Fleetwood Mac incarnations from around '67 up until "Tusk" in 79. It sure seemed longer than that living through it, I can tell ya'.
NO.. not some kind'a smelly, runny or oh so fashionable "foody" cheese. Hammond ORGANS and Cheesy SONGS! With only a 'teensy bit' of the normal operator error that inflicts itself on these shows. But hey! That's what makes Dawg River Radio the 2 hour waste of time ya'll know and love!
Who's got a Grammy? Not these Legends, nope, not a one amongst 'em. Oh they've got Lifetime achievement,"Sorry we screwed the pooch when you were badass" statuettes presented to 'em after they'd started their "Indian Casino Golden Oldie Tours" or after they'd CROAKED.
The title, Untamed Beast, of the brand new release from Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside (from which you'll hear a sample on this show), near perfectly describes the music and artists you'll experience on tonights Dawg River Radio. This is "Roots Music" in all its' earthy Americana and Roots Rock glory (get up off the floor Aussies!
These saffron toga wearin' scrubs look ta' be havin' a pretty flamin' good time doncha' think? Well .. you can too if ya' listens ta' this show. It is a roller coaster ride though, so make sure yer' bar is in the locked position and none o'yer parts is hangin' over the sides. OH... and Hang On, 'cause there's twists and turns o'plenty.
Yer Skipper decided ya' ain't heard nuttin' with a bit o'class in too flamin' long, so he sent some o'th lads ta' chip the rust off an old idea, give it some new parts an' make it all shiny.. almost like new so ta' speak. Then the BRIT Awards got handed out th'Skipper sees a Squirrel an' we're off ta' the races again. Confused? Good.. 'cause so am I. Listen in, maybe you can make sense of it
One of The Skippers regular listenin' scrubs turned 'im on to a band of youngsters who hail from her neck o'th woods down there below the beltline in Yarrawonga, Down Undah. They're called Woodlock and they're pretty damn good! Then the old reprobate started playin' Breakup Songs, Sad Songs and then just plain Blues... Surprisin' enough, it turned out better than havin' brunch in the bilge!
This is another of yer' Skipper's "schizo" shows. Hell, he even starts the thing with 21st Century Schizoid Man. How's that for originality? I know.. don't even bother to answer.. he's pitiful... (read more)
Adam Scott, is the very 1st Australian to be presented his "Green Jacket" (a seedy ol' green blazer) as the Master's Golf Tournament Champion. Despite your views on Golf, this was an epic accomplishment. SO.. as a tribute of sorts by Yer' Skipper he does almost the entire show with the music of bands from Down Undah'.
Reports from The Nosh in Yarrawonga say it was a show enjoyed by all. Give it a listen!
This show is totally artists who have performed, or will this weekend at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Except for a handful you'll hear at the top of the show, all these folks are NOLA based. Theresa Andersson, Marc Broussard, The Neville Bros, Dr. John and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue are just a sample of what you'll hear.
The Skipper opens his massive iTunes Library, sets the levers to auto-pilot then sits back and watches the blinkin' lights whilst he lets iTunes select this shows music. From what we hear a good time was had by all
Clairy Browne & The Bangin' Rackettes (with their new CD relase in the US), Alex Nester, Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside and Alabama Shakes form the cornerstones of this show. Americana, Roots, R&B and Blues fill in the gaps. Fairly typical stuff for a Dawg River Radio Show.