We will start a new series were we present some of the songs we’ve played during the month that has passed. The first will be for January and February, but we hope to make this a monthly feature.
Robert Ellis – Only Lies from his new album, The Light From The Chemical Plant:
Rosanne Cash – Etta’s Tune from the great new album, The River & The Thread:
Lydia Loveless – Chris Isaak from the album Somewhere Else:
We have compiled a Spotify list of our favorite tracks from the first two months of 2014, these months it looks like we’ve played only new music, that is not the case, we always play “old” music. The playlist for the following months may contain both old and new music, only old music or only new music. We hope you like and play our list:
Robert Ellis has an incredible voice, he’s a very good songwriter and a fine interpreter of other people’s songs. He is a Texas singer-songwriter with country leanings and has recently released his third album,The Lights From the Chemical Plant. It is the best album released in 2014, so far.
“Robert Ellis began performing as “Robert Ellis & The Boys” early in 2010, forming a foundation in the classics of country music and gradually incorporating original songs. The self-released LP, The Great Rearranger was sold at shows, but Ellis found a higher level of success when American Songwriter’s Magazine named his second album Photographs as one of the top 50 albums of 2011. Robert Ellis is a New West recording artist. In 2012, Ellis relocated from Houston, Texas to Nashville, Tennessee”
Robert Ellis – I’m On Fire (Springsteen)