ROSIE FLORES will discuss the late rockabilly legend JANIS MARTIN and Janis' just-released final album The Blanco Sessions on NPR's Weekend Edition with host Rachel Martin this Sunday, September 30 at 9:45 a.m eastern time
Janis Martin was one of the few female recording artists working in the male-dominated rockabilly field in the 1950s. Nicknamed "the... Read more
Ha Ha Tonka performed on the prestigious Mountain Stage in October.
Well, the episode is scheduled to broadcast on November 18th on NPR affiliates nationwide.
To find a station near you, or how to hear it online, go HERE
Download the single "Usual Suspects" HERE on NPR's blog "Song of The Day"
They seem to like it:
"In "Usual Suspects," the opening track from Death of a Decade, the Missouri band Ha Ha Tonka busts out of the gates like classic Replacements on an Ozark bender. Premised on a killer riff, a great beat and singer Brian Roberts' throaty... Read more
NPR's Chicago station WBEZ interviewd Bloodshot Rob and Nan at a local watering hole about their upcoming 15th anniversary as a label and their preparations for SXSW
Here snippets of lots of music as well as interview segments from Jon Langford, Ben Kweller and Exene Cervenka.
It's archived here.
If your boss is looking over your shoulder, you can just read... Read more
I'm Not Jim's (the collaboration between author Jonathan Letham and the Silos' Walter Salas-Humara) You Are All My People received a glowing review on WHYY/NPR's Fresh Air from Ken Tucker, who said "[Some] songs have a gleaming hard edge...and elsewhere they've created crisp little pop tunes with choruses that sound like forgotten hits from decades old rock radio stations."... Read more