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NEXT SHOW will be published on or about March 13 and will be available
for about 1 year. I usually publish on Wednesdays or as soon as possible
thereafter. You will hear music in several segments of top
indie/DIY/underground songwriters and bands.
RCB Novus Ordo is a separate podcast with 6-8 songs, one each from a brand new
recording. I spin the music and give you the backstory of each artist.
PHOTOS at https://www.facebook.com/radiocblue/media_set?set=a.10153925547845725.1073741852.684570724&type=3
Keep physical packages of reasonable size and weight, as this is a
residence. Please indicate release date. No material released before June 2013
accepted. Material released before then will be added to RCB’s loose rotation instead.
Compilations or great concept albums, ones I can feature track-for-track,
are highly encouraged.
Digital albums are acceptable if media is not available in other formats.
Artists are also advised to add my email address to their general email
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If I like the EPK, I will then ask for a CD
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RCB proper: The tradition continues. Iggy Pop to herald the Ides Of March (near and on March 15th), Capercaillie (their take on a Dick Gaughan song), some bagpipe music from Ireland, and a blistering rendition of “Whiskey In the Jar” by (who else?) Thin Lizzy.Also spun music from the band Rise, whose modern Celtic music via the Isle Of Bute I championed years ago. Noting Black 47’s farewell run of gigs, I had to end the opening segment with the first ‘hit’ the band scored, “Funky Ceili (Bridie’s Song)”. I saw them just once, at Summerstage, a seasonal art series at the Sheep Meadow in NYC’s Central Park, back in 1993, I think. Segment 1: Deni Bonet and Judy Kass are sharing billing somewhere in Tarrytown NY on 3/22. The song I aired from Judy “Better Things” is one of Deni’s own songs, and who appears on violin. Prior to that, I aired the title track of Deni’s own 2012 album “It’s All Good”. Aired a new song from Sugar Lime Blue. Segment 2 was made up of artists with common showcases during this past week’s SXSW event. Apparently there was a cruise, with Sirsy, Jamie Kent & The Orphans, Jeff Campbell, Megan Slankard, Don Gallardo and Shinyribs (Kevin Russell, late of The Gourds). Segment 3: Sassparilla doesn’t share billing with others I gave airplay to re SXSW but they kick off this segment. Rachael Sage’s “Abby Would You Wait” cites an Austin motel. Segment 4: Another segment of SXSW participants. Great to spin Leyla Fences and her unique voice once again, along with a special talent in Melissa Greener. Also, TX native Jan Seides gets heard for the first time since I debut her album “Siren Song” months back. Segment 5: Apologies to you all and to Sharon Goldman as I could not locate her new album, so I spun a tune from her prior album. Adrian Mowry of Beaucoup Blue, and Lizanne Knott (plus Tracy Grammer) are in-the-round at the Macungie Arts Institute, 3/22, Macungie,PA. Closing music, as usual for this seasonal show each year, is a Van Morrison tune.
Radio Crystal Blue
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