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Cornbread Cafe #15: Sierra Ferrell

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Hear our long-awaited conversation with brilliant songwriter and spellbinding performer Sierra Ferrell — who is the. real. deal.

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Cornbread Cafe #14: The Mammals

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Episode #14 of the Cornbread Cafe features a deep-dive interview with Mike Merenda of The Mammals, tunes, and more tunes.

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Mighty Thunders and Borrowed Light open 2019 season at Hancock Shaker Village

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We have a look and listen to While Mighty Thunders Roll: Popular Artists Sing the Shakers, Borrowed Light: Barbara Ernst Prey, and the Suitcase Junket's new release, Mean Dog, Trampoline. We also hear from Shakespeare & Company about their season opener, The Waverly Gallery.

Barbara Ernst Prey,

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Cornbread Cafe #13: The Black Bear Americana Music Festival

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We celebrate the first inaugural Black Bear Americana Musics Festival with potent tracks from The Mammals, Adam Ezra Group, Belle of the Fall, The Nields, Whiskey Treaty Roadshow, The Rad Trads, Violetta Zironi, NuBluzRevue, and the Honey Whiskey Trio.

First ever installment of this

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TLC #66: Bodies & Minds, Books, and the Blues

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Hey, Greylock Nation, today is Thursday, August 30, and you’re listening to TLC episode #66. I’m your host, Jason Velázquez, and, as always, thanks so much for tuning in. We’ll be talking about bodies, minds, books, and the Blues this show, and

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Cornbread Cafe #11

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The Matchstick Architects, Gus McKay, Misty Blues, Toney Rocks, CATFOX, Jeb Barry and the Pawn Shop Saints, Trevor McShane, Ameraucana Kurt Fortmeyer

From our interview with Gina Coleman of Misty Blues, available on Episode #66 of the Top Left Corner, releasing August 29.
“So, last

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Cornbread Cafe #010

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I promise you WILL have to loosen your belt when you get done with this episode — Pickxen, Grant Maloy Smith, Scott Thorn, Mikalyn Hay, The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow, Parsonsfield.

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Cornbread Cafe #009

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We’re going to get right into the music this show, because the hardcopy of the EP, Tired Old Town, by Chris Anres with Gary McDannold showed up in the mail just a couple days ago, and I have been impatient to share it with you. I couldn’t decide between the five tracks on this 2017

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The Cornbread Cafe #8: Not a Valentine’s Day episode. Unless’n you want it to be.

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Tanya Gallagher [explicit lyrics], Kate Lush, The Suitcase Junket, Bumper Jacksons, Faint Peter, Birds of Chicago

Tanya Gallagher; photo courtesy tanyagallagher.com.

"Virginia taught me love, it taught me heartache, but most importantly it taught me that a home away from home can exist. These songs represent an incredible time of personal growth."

— Tanya Gallagher

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The Cornbread Cafe #7: Charlie Parr and a few others we’ve been keepin’ warm for ya’.

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By popular urging, the Cornbread Cafe is going to experiment with a shorter, half-hour format. But we'll still be overstuffed with great new tunes from the likes of Charlie Parr, Chrystyna Marie, and Kurt Fortmeyer!

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#CureForTheBlues Contest

Looking to score some highly coveted tix to Misty Blues, 9/28 at Jiminy? We’ve got you covered.

Hit the “Send Voicemail” tab at the right-hand edge of this (or any) page. Leave me a message (up to three minutes), right with you’re computers microphone (depending on your settings, you may have to grant permission to SpeakPipe),

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The Cornbread Cafe #6: INTERVIEW with Janie Barnett, too many new tracks to list!

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We speak with singer/songwriter and educator Janie Barnett, whose release, "You See this River," plumbs the emotional depths of self, family, and national soul.

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