In the latest Americana Music Radio Show we play the top tracks in the Americana Top 50 Singles Chart, our album of the week is Nonet by The Mammals, we have some intriguing covers of classic songs by The Animals, and much more. The show is available on Mixcloud plus across our growing network of FM and internet radio stations across North America, the UK, Continental Europe, Australia and Africa. Follow the link HERE to the videos connected to this week's show.
Here's the full set list...
01. Cody Jinks - Ain't A Train
02. G.F. Patrick - Tennessee
03. I See Hawks in L.A. & Great Willow - Radio Keeps Me On The Ground
04. Samantha Fish - Dream Girl
o5. The Mammals - Coming Down off Summer
06. The Mammals - Radio Signal
07. The Mammals - You Gotta Believe
08. Ho.Bo - Save Me, Take Me So Far Away
09. Nathaniel Rateliff - And It's Still Alright
10. Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit - Be Afraid
11. Lucinda Williams - You Can't Rule Me
12. Athens Creek - House of the Rising Sun/Amazing Grace
13. Elvis Costello - Don't Le Me Be Misunderstood
14. Dion - Bam Bang Boom (ft. Billy F. Gibbons)
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