Drive-By Truckers released their 12th release today, English Oceans. The album is consistent with its tone, it’s simplistic and not full of studio magic. The five of them come together to create a fantastic new album, full of great energy. Most of the album was written by Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley, it’s the most Cooley has ever contributed on a DBT album.
Drive-By Truckers are an act to see live to truly appreciate their deeply rooted, southern rock talents. Read more…
Elbow released their sixth studio album, The Take Off and Landing of Everything, yesterday, March 10, 2014. Together for seventeen years, the band started recording in November of 2012. The Take Off and Landing of Everything is full of heart and soul, signs of the groups experiences over the years laced throughout the album.
Tune in throughout the day at 6:40, 8:40, 12:40 and 4:40 to hear a few of our favorites from the new album.
by Troy Williams
It seemed like a no brainer. Three commissioned studies determined that the most cost-effective and efficient path the State can take to cover 123,000 low-income Utahns is to simply expand Medicaid through the Affordable Care Act. But politics in Utah is never that simple. The Utah Legislature is saying “no” to $430 million in revenue. Nick welcomes Jean Hill from the Catholic Diocese, Rylee Curtis from the Utah Health Policy Project and Danny Harris from the AARP of Utah. Our guests argue that accepting the money through the ACA makes sense both morally and economically.
Released on March 10, 1967, Aretha Franklin’s, I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You, is considered her breakthrough album. Today we celebrate the 47th anniversary of this album and Aretha’s incredible talents. Although it received mixed reviews from Rolling Stone when it was first released, the album was placed at #1 in 2002, on their “Women in Rock: 50 Essential Albums” list.
Be Here to Love Me, is the original motion picture soundtrack about the late Townes Van Zandt. Released in 2004, the film highlights the fascinating but often turbulent life of Vans Zandt. Today, we celebrate his birthday, featuring the original motion picture soundtrack as our Album of the Day. Read more…
Holly is the follow up album to Nick Waterhouse’s 2012 debut, Time’s All Gone. Reflecting on his appreciation for R&B and mixing it with his soulful rock n’roll style, Waterhouse brings back an old school style and gives it a new school twist.
Thirty years after their first release, The Smiths, we celebrate one of the most iconic groups in music history. Considered by Simon Godard as “the voice of the 80′s.” The Smiths are a cult favorite, and a group that will never be forgotten.
Today we celebrate Mardi Gras with a bit of music to get you in the Mardi Gras mood!
Mardi Gras, aka “Fat Tuesday” aka “Carnival Season” is a celebration held the day before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Mardi Gras is celebrated around the world, but most notably in New Orleans.
In 1966, Neil Young, Stephen Stills and Rickie Furay came together to form Buffalo Springfield! Together, the group released three studio albums. Despite their popularity and the big names in Buffalo Springfield, they were never a major commercial success. However, in the years to come, members of Buffalo Springfield would go onto have a huge impact in their future projects.
Today we celebrate the life of Brian Jones. Although Jones might not ring a bell to many, to those who know, know that he was the original founder of The Rolling Stones. Before Mick and Keith, there was Brian, who was described as very instrumental in pushing the band through their first few years together. His main instruments for The Stones included the harmonica, guitar and the keys.