Pew Playlist: 3 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar, 9/30/16

 

I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always – Luke Winslow-King

New Orleans-based  blues man Luke Winslow-King brings the heat with his latest record, I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always; the album is a display of raw emotion, its songs born from heartbreak, and its sound brimming with soul and New Orleans-style second line swagger. This one is a must for your collection:

Innocent Road – Caleb Klauder & Reeb Willms

If there’s one thing that the city of Portland, Oregon has taught the rest of the world, it’s the value of making your own path, and that lesson is at the heart of Portland country singers Caleb Klauder & Reeb Willms’ music. Their new album, Innocent Road, features fourteen original and rare country songs delivered with the kind of easy authenticity that comes from deep immersion in the tradition. Innocent Road is grassy honky-tonk gold.

Don’t Be Afraid – Tami Neilson

We had the privilege of experiencing Kiwicana country soul powerhouse Tami Neilson perform at AmericanaFest last week and it was utterly amazing. Her latest album, Don’t Be Afraid, celebrating the life of her beloved late father, is available in our neck of the woods today, and it’s not to be missed. You’re welcome in advance.

Susan Hubbard

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