Punk band Buttonhoof stops in to play songs from their latest release “A Framework”.
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Local bluegrass combo The New Old Cavalry joins us for a night of fast-pickin’, string tunin’, and an all around good time.
1. Chaos & Cornliquor
2. Lay in the Rain
3. Tune Tune
4. Lonely Winter
5. Electric Bill
The New Old Cavalry: Chris Dollar-guitar, Alex Wukmer-dobro, Brian Chomka-bass, Justin Hughey-banjo, Brandon Lee-mandolin
Legendary guitarist Jerry Miller (the Spurs, The Coachmen, Jack Smith & the Rockabilly Planet, Eilen Jewell, the Sacred Shakers…) has recently made Bloomington his temporary home while playing music with and supplying stories to local musician Nate Gibson. Gibson’s recent book “The Starday Story: The House That Country Music Built” and its accompanying album “The Starday Sessions” chronicles the historic label and it’s influential music makers, including Jerry Miller. Tonight, the two of them accompanied by Mike Lee an Tim Moore share with us songs from their recent musical releases and tell us a little about their lives in the wonderful world of music.
1. Travis Express
2. Moon Fallin’
3. Stealin’ Corn (Merle Haggard tune)
4. Slaughter on Roosevelt
5. Daisy May 6. How Do You Do Me (Like You Do, Do, Do)
7. Remington Ride
Jerry Miller (guitar), Nate Gibson (bass, guitar, vocals), Mike Lee (bass, guitar), Tim Moore (drums)
To call Jeremy Burton a punk musician would do serious injustice to his varied styles and influences. This solo set consisted of punk, country, and folk styles songs, and even a John Prine cover. It’s clear this musician has his ears in a lot of places.
1. It All Goes Wrong
2. I Need to Make a Sound
3. Railway Station
4. Lonely Man Blues
5. They Outta Name a Drink After You (John Prine cover)
6. Cold-Hearted Woman
Jeremy Burton (vocals, guitar)
Lexi Len & the Strangers make a return to Local Live to play new songs, some from local country songrwriers and some their own. Also a good lesson about dressing for success.
1. Junkie’s Wife’s Blues
2. Angels & Outlaws
3. Stealin’ Hearts
4. Will It Ever Be Enough (written by Neil Cox)
5. Lay Your Head (written by Ryan Payton)
6. Free (written by Tobey Purnell)
Lexi Len Minnich (guitar, vocals), Jason Payton (guitar), Matt Lundquist (pedal steel), Darrick Day (bass), Mark Wayne Minnick (drums)
T.V. Mike and the Scarecrowes: T.V. Mike (guitar, vocals), De (vocals), Matt Lundquist (slide guitar), Josh Olivo (drums), Ryan Deasy (bass), Scott Schmadeke (keyboard)
T.V. Mike & De are based in Oakland, CA, but that doesn’t stop these former Bloomington musicians from rounding up a local version of T.V. Mike and the Scarecrows for tonight’s show. The band plays songs from their latest album in this stripped down preview of their set at Upland Brewing Co.’s Hillbilly Haiku Music Festival this weekend.
1. Paint the Town
2. Safe and Sound
3. Middle America
Local post-punk band Minus World stops by the WFHB studio to play music from their latest and upcoming releases, as well as talk about podcasts and other music projects.
Minus World: Greg Moore (guitar, vocals), Greg Simpson (drums, vocals), Jared Coyle (bass)
1. The Srivner
2. Absolute Zero
3. Marvin the Martian
4. New Rock Beach
Back in town after months in London, seasoned troubadour Johnny Bennett stops by WFHB to perfom songs from his upcoming album and offer advise on life in the music industry.
2. Baby I’m in Love with You
3. Worth Anything
4. Miss Tenderbell
5. The Second Floor
Local Live was recorded and engineered by Jim Lang
Produced by Nicole O’Neal
Post-production by Jar
Executive Producer is Jim Manion