Both Kinds of Music

Both Kinds of Music

Elwood: What kind of music do you usually have here?
Claire: Oh, we got both kinds. We got country *and* western.
- The Blues Brothers

This ain't your Dad's country music. It's your Granddad's! None of that new Nashville bullshit either.

Both Kinds of Music digs deep to find musical ephemera from Country Legends, Seasoned Pros and Fresh Upstarts.

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Country, americana, folkie type stuff. Looking for some radio show playlist inspiration. 

merlinhaggard:

Yesterday I bought a $1 copy of Mel Tillis’ autobiography. After leavin’ I opened it up and noticed some news paper clippings from when Mel and Roger Miller played in Red Deer (the day after I was born). Then I noticed Mel’s signature and a ticket stubb from the gig signed by Roger Miller himself. I may be the luckiest dude around.

Pretty cool.

Roger Miller - Doo Wacka Doo

"We always do a highly informal show. The higher we get, the more informal we are."

Dig Thumbs Carlille’s Batman shirt too. Ain’t nothing wrong with a second of this.

Tonight’s Iris Nights Lecture at the Annenberg features two guests, photographer Michael Wilson and project curator Shannon Perich. 

Watch it live. Starts at 6:30PM PT sharp! 

Michael Wilson is a freelance photographer who has worked extensively in the music industry, photographing artists such as Lyle Lovett, B.B. King and Waylon Jennings and working with a list of clients that includes Warner Bros. Records, Sony Music and MCA Records.

Shannon Thomas Perich is the curator in the Photographic History Collection at the National Museum of American History and project director for the new Culture floor opening in 2017. She is the author of The Changing Face in Portrait Photography: From Daguerreotype to Digital and Portrait of A Familyabout Richard Avedon’s 1961 photographs of the John F. Kennedy Family.

In their lecture, Wilson and Perich will discuss Wilson’s photographs as seen in Country: Portraits of an American Sound, as well as and his other work. Wilson, who has built a steady career of making photographs for the music industry will also talk about working with musicians and art directors, finding locations and other variables that go into a photo session.

All photos by Michael Wilson.

The Both Kinds of Music Show is ON THE AIR.

Today: The LIVE Show - all concert recordings. Tweeting the set lists.

Now until 2PM PT/5PM ET

Any of you going? Any men out there who would be willing to lend me a badge for a couple hours Friday or Saturday?

mellomymind:

Dangerous Don Rich died in a motorcycle accident 40 years ago today

I swear, if tumblr could multitask posts on a phone they could actually be taken seriously.

Tonight at the Annenberg: a must see…  Raeanne Rubenstein who captured TONS of iconic country images. Watch it live starting at 6:30 PT/9:30 EThttp://www.annenbergspaceforphotography.org/live
From her early days as a fashion photographer in London, to her work shooting celebrity portraits, to the creation of the online Dish Magazine, Raeanne Rubenstein has worked with some of the biggest names in movies, music and pop culture.
At the start of her career, Rubenstein made her name in New York City shooting such celebrities Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Muhammed Ali, John Lennon, Dustin Hoffman, Rod Stewart, Pete Townsend, John Belushi, Paul Simon, Andy Warhol, Peter Gabriel, Pink Floyd, Robin Williams, Mick Jagger and KISS for various media outlets.
She has had 10 books of her photographs published through the years, including three focusing on country music stars, entitled Honky Tonk Heroes, Gone Country and Country Music: The People, Places & Events That Shaped The Country Sound, and has contributed hundreds of her pictures to magazines, CD covers, films and books worldwide.
She will share what it takes to capture unique and revealing images of country’s honkytonk heroes. She will reveal some of the hilarious, unforgettable and totally true experiences she’s had with the stars of country music.

Tonight at the Annenberg: a must see…
Raeanne Rubenstein who captured TONS of iconic country images.
Watch it live starting at 6:30 PT/9:30 ET
http://www.annenbergspaceforphotography.org/live

From her early days as a fashion photographer in London, to her work shooting celebrity portraits, to the creation of the online Dish Magazine, Raeanne Rubenstein has worked with some of the biggest names in movies, music and pop culture.

At the start of her career, Rubenstein made her name in New York City shooting such celebrities Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Muhammed Ali, John Lennon, Dustin Hoffman, Rod Stewart, Pete Townsend, John Belushi, Paul Simon, Andy Warhol, Peter Gabriel, Pink Floyd, Robin Williams, Mick Jagger and KISS for various media outlets.

She has had 10 books of her photographs published through the years, including three focusing on country music stars, entitled Honky Tonk Heroes, Gone Country and Country Music: The People, Places & Events That Shaped The Country Sound, and has contributed hundreds of her pictures to magazines, CD covers, films and books worldwide.

She will share what it takes to capture unique and revealing images of country’s honkytonk heroes. She will reveal some of the hilarious, unforgettable and totally true experiences she’s had with the stars of country music.

A new Freakwater album? A bright spot on a terrible news day.
catherineirwin:
http://www.cmtedge.com/2014/07/11/10-essential-alt-country-albums/
freakwater is on this nice list to be on. we are recording a new record in september. got lots of great people to play with us! Xxxx c.
10 Essential Alt-Country Albums
Freakwater, Old Paint (1995) Death looms over every song on this Louisville outfit’s fourth album. On “Smoking Daddy,” a man commits the slowest, most painful suicide imaginable. On “Gone to Stay,” a grieving mother hears her dead infant crying in her grave. Even the chatty narrator of “The Waitress Song” understands she’s wasting her life pouring coffee. Old Paint might be too much of a downer, then, if it weren’t for the graceful harmonies of Janet Beveridge Bean and Catherine Irwin, two of the most underrated vocalists of the alt-country movement. They add enough life to the songs to counter all the tragedies they sing about.

A new Freakwater album? A bright spot on a terrible news day.

catherineirwin:

http://www.cmtedge.com/2014/07/11/10-essential-alt-country-albums/

freakwater is on this nice list to be on.
we are recording a new record in september. got lots of great people to play with us!
Xxxx c.

10 Essential Alt-Country Albums

Freakwater, Old Paint (1995)
Death looms over every song on this Louisville outfit’s fourth album. On “Smoking Daddy,” a man commits the slowest, most painful suicide imaginable. On “Gone to Stay,” a grieving mother hears her dead infant crying in her grave. Even the chatty narrator of “The Waitress Song” understands she’s wasting her life pouring coffee. Old Paint might be too much of a downer, then, if it weren’t for the graceful harmonies of Janet Beveridge Bean and Catherine Irwin, two of the most underrated vocalists of the alt-country movement. They add enough life to the songs to counter all the tragedies they sing about.

fieldreader:

shopmidnightrider:

Outlaw Prayers.

The Highwaymen Prayer Candle Set | GreaserCreatures

Like!

I’d like it better if the seller put an ounce of effort into the photoshop. C’mon, I could do that.

Coming up today at noon PT/3pm ET, the Both Kinds of Music Show on BBOX Radio. 

I’ve got new music by Dale Watson, Cowboy Jack, Jim Lauderdale, Trampled By Turtles and Corb Lund. Plus, an artist spotlight on Jeannie C. Riley. Throw some classics by Johnny & Waylon, Porter & Dolly, Tammy and a bunch more and you’ve got yourself a whole two hours of twangy country goodness. 

Tune in, won’t you?

shopmidnightrider:

The National Day of the Cowboy

Come see the Nudie Cohn Exhibit ( featuring 2 Nudie mobiles, personal outfits, cowboy boots, hats and photographs ) during Valley Relics Museum’s Day of the Cowboy! BBQ and dessert food trucks will be on hand to serve you some lunchtime goodies!

July 26th  11AM - 4PM

San Fernando Valley Relics
21630 Marilla St, Chatsworth, California 91311

Cool beans!

dollyhardon:

the-stig:

laciengasmile:

mountainstage:

Team Sturgill.

Killin’ it.

Every so often, start a fight, get back in the car…

This is great. Sturgill is great. Dave is great. Great.

They even got a “nice drums”.