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August 2015

Fernando – Sept/Oct 2015 Tour Dates

On Sept 18, Fernando Viciconte will release his 7th solo album, titled Leave The Radio On (Fluff and Gravy Records).  Featuring Peter Buck (REM) on mandolin, and guitar, as well as Scott McCaughey (The Minus Five, The Baseball Project, The Young Fresh Fellows), the record stands to be Fernando’s finest to date.  The record has been highly anticipated since KEXP featured an early single from the record, “T
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Mike Coykendall to tour US Sept/Oct 2015

On July 17, Mike Coykendall released his 4th solo record and 22nd overall, Half Past, Present Pending.  American Standard Time called it “a slice of seriously fuzzy, spaced-out folk music”, which seems a pretty accurate description. With this record, Mike had the idea to strip things down (mostly) to his live “rig”, which finds him playing an oversized Kay guitar, a tin can kick drum, and hi hat, all run
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Drunken Prayer releases new record – The Devil and the Blues

Today’s the big day! Drunken Prayer’s The Devil and The Blues hits the shelves of your favorite record stores and online establishments today. Here are some excerpts from a few early reviews: “Wit, romanticism, weirdness: Drunken Prayer hits that sweet spot once again” – Pop Matters “a slurry of rockin’ back-beat, bluesy licks, filthy slide guitar, and angelic harmonies to boot” – 
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Catherine Feeny and Chris Johnedis on OPB Music

Check out Catherine Feeny and Chris Johnedis as they play a live session at OPB Music. You watch the live videos, read the interview, and download the live tracks here.  
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Catherine Feeny and Chris Johnedis – California tour dates – August 2015

Catherine Feeny and Chris Johnedis continue to ride the wave of their self-titled debut lp. Hot off their live session at OPB Music, Feeny and Johnedis will hit Northern California for a string of dates this week. Armed with a ukelele, drums, and looped guitar, the duo relies on Feeny’s masterful songwriting and powerful voice, and their interplay with Johnedis’ abstract counter-rhythms. Together, Catheri
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