There wouldn’t normally be a video on a Bank Holiday but prompted by a fine set at Folk East last weekend from singer Tony Winn here’s a lovely video, proof of what you can do with imagination and a small budget, and an equally lovely song.
With a twentieth anniversary edition of A Few Small Repairs due imminently it seems a good time for Friday’s retro slot to be filled by this tale of vengeance and redemption from Shawn Colvin.
A beautiful song from from a fine singer-songwriter. The song comes from her third album Something’s Changing. On tour in November.
A typically brilliant dirty bluesy song from the fantastic Son Of Dave, with an excellent video too, released ahead of his latest album Music for Cop Shows, out imminently. UK dates in November too.
Taken from her forthcoming album, New Mistakes, out on October 13th, this is a powerful and soulful piece of rock’n’roll from the Canadian roots rocker.
Taken from his latest album Resolute this is a fun video to accompany a ridiculously catchy song from Australian singer-songwriter Stu Larsen,.
A lovely video for one of the best songs on the mighty Jason Isbell’s latest album The Nashville Sound. UK dates in October.
Now this is rather good. A gorgeous lush sound and a brilliant song.
Clearly somewhat influenced by Stick In The Wheel, which is no bad thing, the Bara Bara Band deliver a fine updating of an old broadside ballad about the great Samuel Plimsoll, taken from their forthcoming album The Seeds Inside (The Grapes upon The Vine) which is due out on September 15th.
A bit of dirty rock’n’roll to blow the cobwebs away from JD McPherson from his forthcoming album Undivided Heart And Soul.