A weekly entertainment show hosted by Chris Kocher, entertainment writer for the Press & Sun-Bulletin. Bringing you the best of Greater Binghamton's music and entertainment scene.
Previewing regional concerts this weekend:
John McCutcheon – “Between Good and Gone” (Trolling for Dreams)
Ryanhood – “Alright Tonight” (Yearbook)
April Verch – “My Home in the Sky” (The April Verch Anthology)
Then to the new stuff:
The Contenders – “Save a Place at the Table” (Laughing with the Reckless)
Jeni Hankins – “The Shipping News” (The Oxygen Girl)
Hope Dunbar – “The Shooter” (Three Black Crows)
Rob Williams – “Icaraus Dreamt” (An Hour Before Daylight)
Jeffrey Martin – “Thrift Store Dress” (One Go Around)
Bett Padgett – “Living in this World” (At the End of the Day)
Hank Stone Band – “If I Were a Railroad Engine” (Painting Tomorrow’s Skies Blue)
Albert Castiglia – “Three Legged Dog” (Up All Night)
Shelby Lynne & Allison Moorer – “Every Time You Leave” (Not Dark Yet)
Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn – “If I Could Talk to a Younger Me” (Echo in the Valley)
Played some tunes that have come in over the last few weeks.
Adam Marsland – “Wind Song” (Bulé)
Adam Marsland – “This is Madness” (Bulé)
Richie & Rosie – “Honey Bee” (Nowhere in Time)
Anna Tivel – “Riverside Hotel” (Small Believer)
Dave Nachmanoff – “No Matter How Close” (Spinoza’s Dream)
Savoy Brown – “Can’t Find Paradise” (Witchy Feelin’)
Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers – “All Night Long” (The Long-Awaited Album)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (with Johnny Cash) – “Tears in the Holston” (Anthology)
Katie Dahl, Eric Lewis & Richard Higdon -”Million on a Dime” (Solid Ground: The Songs of Fred Alley)
Crowes Pasture – “Edge of America” (Edge of America)
Van William (with First Aid Kit) – “Revolution” (The Revolution EP)
No guest planned for next week, but we shall see.
Tune in then.
Great to have Kat D’Andrea, Brian Keller and Lisa Stuckey back in the studio to talk about the RoberCon: Roberson Sci-Fi Convention at Roberson Museum and Science Center. You can hear a podcast version here:
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October 25 @ 6:30 PM