Have an absolutely beautiful rest of your life.
From The Basement hits triple digits this episode and all the thanks go to those that have continued to support the show through donations and simply just by listening. When this series began I was in a very bad place healthwise, not sure of what was to come, but knew I had to continue sharing my obsession with music. Huge hugs go to Joey and Robin Cerach who gave us a place to regroup, lick our wounds and start again. We simply couldn’t have without them and the cover star of this episode, my Brother-In-Law Larry Love. Get ready for a few old favorites and a batch of new stuff from the likes of Julien Baker, Kaki King, The War On Drugs, Otis Gibbs, Sturgill Simpson, Randall Bramblett, Cliff Hillis, Joey Molland, Tyler Ramsey, Shemekia Copeland, Joe Bonamassa, Will Kimbrough, Gorillaz and Leon Bridges & Lucky Daye. We also say farewell to Spencer Davis and Jerry Jeff Walker. Thanks for listening and all the love & support at https://paypal.me/pools/c/8beKwFWlHR.
Finally! After nearly two years we are settling in to our new place. What a whirlwind of insanity and that’s not even taking into account the state of the Country right now. Episode #99 is the first coming from what I hope will be my final studio. We have all had enough of moving. Joe and Robin Cerach had our backs when we needed it most but as we all know, there’s no place like home. There’s music for all those thoughts included, as well as new stuff from The Drive-By Truckers, The Posies, Jónsi (with and without Elizabeth Fraser), Bruce Springsteen and my new favorite band, The Midnight Callers. We send a late Birthday card to John Lennon with more from a great new Jem Records tribute album, as well as a new “ultimate mix” collection. We give a sad farewell to guitar legend Eddie Van Halen and dive into new historical releases from The Grateful Dead, Prince, Bob Dylan, The Replacements, The Doobie Brothers, New Order and Ultravox. If that doesn’t sound weird enough, just wait until you hear how Pop-O-Pies, Bad Company, Lee Dorsey, The Ramones, Let’s Active and Led Zeppelin fill in the gaps. Thanks for all the support at https://paypal.me/pools/c/8beKwFWlHR and most of all for listening.
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