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Kristina Murray talks about the Allman brothers influence on her music, the "Eddie Vetter" line in her album and the importance of not compromising. She also sets up and plays three tracks from her debut album, Unravelin'.

Also on this episode, bluegrass from Cahalen Morrison & Eli West, country rock from MaryLeigh Roohan, alt-country from Uncle Tupelo, folk from Rod Picott, classic country from Suzy Bogguss, blues rock from Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, lo-fi stomp blues from Scott H. Biram, and a classic jazz tune from Roosevelt Dime.  

http://americanamusicshow.com/episode180

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Ray Benson talks about his his friend JJ Cale, how he started the Texas Music Scene TV show, and playing in a band with over 100 members. He also sets up and plays three tracks from hs latest solo album, A Little Piece.

Also on this episode, alt.country from Uncle Tupelo, lo-fi blues from Scott H Biram, coutnry rock from Boo Ray, and more rock from the Sioux City Kid, Texican rock from Los Lonely Boys, retro roots from The Dublin City Rounders, backwoods swap blues from Les Claypool's Duo De Twang, and New Orleans street music from Hurray For The Riff Raff. 

http://americanamusicshow.com/episode179

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Will Kimbrough talks about social networking taking over the world, conversations with guitars, and his “Zen sex poetry over a blues beat” song. He also sets up and plays three tracks from his latest solo album, Sideshow Love.  

Also on this episode, heartland rock from the Sioux City Kid, honkytonk from Wylie and the Wild West, country from Kristina Murray, surf rock from D.B. Rielly, roots rock from the Shoebox letters, rock & roll from the Hard Working Americans, gospel from The Blind Boys Of Alabama, and cowpunk from Pierce Edens and the Dirty Work.  

http://americanamusicshow.com/episode178

Direct download: tmf0178.mp3
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D.B. Rielly talks about why he writes feel good music, his love of the accordion, his Chris Isaak/Roy Orbison song, how to appeal to NYC hipsters. He also sets up and plays three tracks from his album Cross My Heart + Hope To Die.  

Also on this episode, southern rock from the Iron Bridge Band, gospel from the Mercy Brothers, beautful country from Rosanne Cash, rock & roll from the Hard Working Americans, honkytonk from Wylie and the Wild West, some Tulsa blues from Ray Benson, country rock from Brandy Clark, and some hard edged blues rock from the Sioux City Kid.

http://americanamusicshow.com/episode177

Direct download: tmf0177.mp3
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