Folk Roots Radio Episode 478: feat. The Rough & Tumble and More New Releases

Folk Roots Radio Episode 478: feat. The Rough & Tumble and More New Releases

Multi-instrumentalists Mallory Graham & Scott Tyler make music together as The Rough & Tumble. If you’re a regular listener to this show you’ll know that we’re big fans of this folky rootsy Americana duo who gave up their permanent home in 2015 for a life on the road with their dogs; traveling from gig to gig in their small RV. They join us on Episode 478 of Folk Roots Radio to chat about their latest album “Howling Back At The Wounded Dog” which feels like a bit of game changer as far as their career is concerned. Alongside some great songs from the new album, it’s a really fun interview. We also include new music from Jason Wilson, Jane Eamon, Coco Love Alcorn, Miranda Mulholland and a special musical tribute to the late great John Mann, leader of iconic Canadian folk rock band Spirit Of The West. An amazing singer, songwriter, performer, actor and activist, John touched many lives, especially so after being diagnosed with colon cancer, and fighting back and then being diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease several years ago, and still trying to fight back. He will be missed. Check out the full playlist below.

Interview

The Rough & Tumble released “Howling Back At The Wounded Dog” this past September – the follow up to the very well-received “We Made Ourselves A Home When We Didn’t Know” from 2018. The new recording is already picking up some critical buzz. It has a wonderful, immediate (and almost live) feel to it, and was recorded in just five days in East Nashville with Dave Coalman, who also produced We Made Ourselves A Home When We Didn’t Know. Ten new songs that see them proudly moving forward after what they describe as a year of honesty; time to reflect on some of the challenges they have faced in their lives.

For more information about The Rough & Tumble, visit theroughandtumble.com.

Listen

You can listen to this episode again on Soundcloud by following the link below. You can also listen to episodes of Folk Roots Radio, on demand, via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Tune-in Radio. (Click on the highlighted link to reach your chosen platform.)

Nicolas & The Iceni (Theme)
Lucy She Rises
Roll Right (2019, self)

Jason Wilson
We (feat. Gabe Gaudet)
Sumach Roots: Volume 2 of The Valley Road Trilogy (2019, Wheel Records) CDN

Jane Eamon
Broken Things
Pieces Of Me (2019, Self) CDN

Coco Love Alcorn
Satisfied
Rebirth (2019, Self) CDN

Miranda Mulholland
Bar Rage
By Appointment or Chance (2019, Roaring Girl Records) CDN

The Rough & Tumble
Howl At The Moon
Howling Back At The Wounded Dog (2019, Rock Candy Records)

Interview: The Rough & Tumble discussing their latest album “Howling Back At The Wounded Dog”.

The Rough & Tumble
The Hardest Part
Howling Back At The Wounded Dog (2019, Rock Candy Records)

The Rough & Tumble
Call Mercy
Howling Back At The Wounded Dog (2019, Rock Candy Records)

The Rough & Tumble
High Fly (Didn’t I Wait?)
Howling Back At The Wounded Dog (2019, Rock Candy Records)

John Mann
These Are The Instructions
The Waiting Room (2014, Self) CDN

Spirit Of The West (with Vancouver Symphony Orchestra)
And If Venice Is Sinking (Live, 1995)
Hit Parade (1999, Linus Entertainment) CDN

About the author

JAN HALL

Host of Folk Roots Radio, Jan Hall started in Radio in 1993 at WEFT 90.1fm in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. Folk Roots Radio (formerly Royal City Rag) debuted on CFRU 93.3fm in August 2005 before developing into a syndicated radio show. As the host of Folk Roots Radio, Jan focuses on bringing new folk, roots and blues music and the voices of upcoming and independent artists to the airwaves. Jan is also a much sought after stage host and festival emcee.

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