Justin Townes Earle
Nothings Going to Change the Way You Feel About Me Now
Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou
La Ferme De Fontenaille
Kasey Anderson & The Honkies
Let the Bloody Moon Rise
First Aid Kit
The Lion’s Roar
Alternative / Indie
Your Heart Is a Weapon the Size of your Fist
Late Night Lover
Just in case your not clued into to this thought I’d post a few videos featuring a trio of great artists from The 78 Project.
“The 78 Project is a documentary and recording journey inspired by Alan Lomax and his quest to capture music where it lived throughout the early 20th century. Our project brings the spirit of his work into the present as we pair breakthrough musicians with the songs and the fascinating recording technology of the past. With just one microphone, one authentic 1930′s PRESTO direct-to-disc recorder, and one blank lacquer disk, musicians are given the opportunity to make a recording anywhere they choose. What we have found is that the film, music and feelings that result defy space and time, living music inspired by ghosts”.
We have a winner a lucky fellow from Norwich scoops the prize with the correct answer The Rockingbirds, the goodies will be wrapped, packed and delivered in time for Xmas.
Thank to all who took part.
Have another give away soon linked to the Best of 2011 list to be posted next week
Have a package of goodies to give away for Christmas including a CD and T-shirt (XL) from UK Americana label Clubhouse Records, the label have released a raft of great albums over the last couple of years including a couple of personal favourites from The Redlands Palomino Company and Mat Gibson - both artists have a track featured on the Clubhouse Records début release the suburb compilation Divided by a Common Language a showcase for the very best of UK Americana, which also includes tracks from Southern Tenant Folk Union, Alan Tyler, Wild Pines, The Snakes, The Barker Band, Sparkwood & 21, Dusty & The Dreaming Spires, The Cedars, The Epstein, Roseville Grand, The Hi & Lo, Two Fingers of Firewater and Treecreeper.
And to complete the give away we also have a Record Store Day limited edition 7″ single from Justin Townes Earle – the single features Move Over Mama and on the flipside an exclusive cover of Springsteen’s Racing in the Streets.
So for chance to win Email your answer to the following question and we’ll put all the correct ones in a hat and draw a winner
Alan Tyler fronted which 90’s UK country rock band?
You have until December 5th 2011 to get your answers in.