This weeks show featured interviews with Henry Wagons from The Wagons & with Dave Miles from the Hard Way plus Pete from the Skinners. Music was also provided by Wilco, Whiskeytown, Todd Snider, Old Crow Medicine Show, Felice Brothers & a whole lot more! To view the full playlist click here
Henry Wagons came in & played a couple of tunes. One, “Never been to Spain” is a song made famous by Elvis & a tune that Henry says he enjoys playing at gigs. Henry also played “Pamela May” from the latest Wagons album, “Curse of the Lightning”. You can here Henry’s performance by logging onto the PBS website & follow the links to the listen live section.
Henry is supporting John Hiatt at the following shows:
Thu March 27: Henry Wagons w/- John Hiatt @ Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Fri March 28: Henry Wagons w/- John Hiatt @ National Theatre, Melbourne
Following on from this the Wagons embark on their Lightning Strikes Twice Tour:
Sun March 30: The Retreat, Melbourne
Wed April 2: Electric Light Hotel, Adelaide
Thu April 3: Edinburgh Castle, Adelaide
Fri April 4: The Pub, Bendigo
Sat April 5: National Hotel, Geelong
Wed April 9: Oxford Tavern, Wollongong
Thu April 10: Brass Monkey, Cronulla
Fri April 11: Woodport Inn, Erina
Sat April 12: Hopetoun Hotel, Sydney
Sun April 13: Great Northern Hotel, Byron Bay
Thu April 17: Shark Bar, Miami Tavern, Gold Coast
Fri April 18: Bon Amici’s, Toowoomba
Sat April 19: Sol Bar, Coolum Beach, Sunshine Coast
Henry recommends getting along to the Bendigo & Geelongs shows for an extra special “good” time!
Wagons latest video from Youtube for the song “Snake Bite”
DAVE MILES & THE HARD WAY
Dave Miles is a Melbourne based singer & songwriter with an iron in a couple of fires. One of his outfits, The Hard Way have just released their debut full length album called “These Blue Miles”. It is available at their gigs or from their myspace page.
They are playing at the Old Colonial here in Melbourne on April the 5th & 11th with the Skinners. A admission price of $10.00 will also get you a six track ep with three songs each from Dave Miles & the Hard Way and The Skinners.
Dave Miles & the Hard Way on youtube
Wilco are coming to town this week playing at the Palace in Bourke street (the old Metro with a new name).
Here is a couple of interesting performances
The first features Jeff Tweedy & the Bottle Rockets performing Passenger Side recently. Lead singer with the Bottle Rockets is Brian Hennmann. He was a guitar tech with Wilco in the early days & played a bit of guitar on the first Wilco album “A.M.”
You can log onto the Wilco website & request songs for them to play (no guarantees that they will though). I played two songs as kind of request for the upcoming show, Far Far Away from Being There & Too Far Apart from A.M. If I had a bit more time I also would have played Via Chicago from Summerteeth & Dash 7 from A.M. (maybe next week).
Wilco – Dash 7
Some other clips from band featured this week.
Eilen Jewel – Drop down daddy
Old Crow Medicine Show – I hear them all
Todd Snider – Conservative Christian, Right-Wing Republican, Straight, White American Males