Trail Mix – January 2019

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The Trail Mix resolution for 2019 is pretty simple; great music, every month, for the next twelve months.

Trail Mix is diving into the the new year with Old News, the brand new release from Southern roots rockers The Steel Woods. A good friend of mine noted that The Steel Woods were his favorite band of 2018. The new record is serving notice that this band will certainly be a fave of 2019 here, too. Check out “All Of These Years” on this month’s mix.

The January mix is proud to feature Parker Gispert, of The Whigs, Pierce Pettis, who returns with his first record in about a decade, and John McCutcheon, noted dulcimer player and folk musician, whose latest release is a collection of tunes by folk icon Pete Seeger.

Soul Step Records, a boutique label based out of Cincinnati, Ohio, that is well known for producing stunningly beautiful vinyl, is on the mix with two different releases this month. Check out the brand new tracks from roots rockers This Pine Box and MOVES, a project that has evolved out of long time Trail Mix friends Holy Ghost Tent Revival.

Be sure to check out the new cuts from Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, Balsam Range, The Burney Sisters, Melody Guy, Amelia White, The Delines, Doom Flamingo, Clint Alphin, Bob Sumner, Danny Burns, Terry Ohms, and Madisons.

And kick your year off right by following the Trail Mix blog this month. On tap are chats with Andrew Alli, a song premiere from Maya de Vitry, and a ticket giveaway to the January Jams concert series in Abingdon.

As always, get out and buy this music. The songs featured here are just hints of the goodness on the full releases. Get out and support the artists who have made Trail Mix so good for so many years.

Happy New Year, music lovers!

  1. Cheer Up Charley The Delines 3:27
  2. My Stomp Andrew Alli & Josh Small 3:28
  3. Riverbed Bob Sumner 4:42
  4. Where We Stand The Burney Sisters 3:04
  5. Wouldn't Change It For The World Pierce Pettis 2:37
  6. Guantanamera John McCutcheon 4:09
  7. Rikki Don't Lose That Number Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen 4:13
  8. I Am The Queen Melody Guy 3:38
  9. All of These Years The Steel Woods 4:12
  10. Dance With Me One More Time This Pine Box 3:30
  11. Domingo's Drive Doom Flamingo 3:42
  12. Get Me Gone Balsam Range 2:17
  13. Go Tell a Bird Maya di Vitry 3:53
  14. Mind Blow Terry Ohms 5:27
  15. Out To California Clint Alphin 3:22
  16. Radio On Low MOVES 2:37
  17. Rhythm Of The Rain Amelia White 4:19
  18. The Willie Song Madisons 3:44
  19. Too Dumb To Love Anyone Parker Gispert 3:10
  20. Waiting On Something To Give Danny Burns 3:33


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