Today, as usual, we bring you the best new music, look at some great concerts past and future, and slip in some classics. Today we've got a live session featuring Noah Gundersen, new music from Jimmy Lafave, a new entry from the Queen of Record Store Day, Lydia Loveless, a new hipster du jour who's got some real substance, and much more! As if that weren't enough, Jeremy drops in to help start the show off.
A look ahead to Whitehorse, "Lighthorse," and the Perpetrators leads into some dirty blues and a look ahead to some other exciting upcoming shows. And speaking of Whitehorse, the opening act for tomorrow's concert is Noah Gundersen, and he dropped by UMFM to record some live songs, which we get to debut tonight!
As much as it goes against my nature, even I've got a little bit of playoff hockey fever, so some songs to cheer on our Jets tonight. We've also got BIG news, including the long-awaited release of the new album from The Damnwells and a Rheostatics reunion! Jory Nash is coming to town and Leaf Rapids are releasing a disc as well! Let's celebrate!
Today on the show: we've got another stellar new album from John Moreland and we're looking forward to the eagerly awaited return of Jory Nash as well as the upcoming CD release for Leaf Rapids! Keri and Devin Latimer from Leaf Rapids, along with published author/daughter Hazel Latimer and son Oscar.
Tonight we've got a bit of the blues, inspired by John Moreland's great new album and some recent releases. We've also got some love for BB King and Lucy, and a look ahead to the upcoming Leaf Rapids CD Release party!
Today on Tell the Band to Go Home, the new music that you’ve come to expect and love, a tribute to the late, great John Bottomley, and a 100th birthday party for one of the most legendary blues writers/performers in history, Muddy Waters!