Vancouver based, Northern-Irish born Jayne Trimble joins us on Episode 633 of Folk Roots Radio to chat about her music as dream folk singer-songwriter OXLIP, whose songs have a beautiful, ethereal, and mysterious quality about them. That’s not the only things Jayne does; she also runs her own boutique record label, World Peach Records and a recording studio, and also provides management services for female artists. A busy person, for sure – it’s a fascinating conversation, and well worth checking out. As always, we wrap up the episode with a look at more of the latest releases and this time around we hear from Ian James Bain, A’Court Spiegel & Vinnick, David LaMotte, Jimmy Bennett, The Lone Bellow and Tim Grimm. Remember, If you like the artists you hear on this show and want to support them, don’t just stream their music – BUY their music, and then you’ll really make a difference to their income at a time when it is becoming much more difficult to make a living as a musician. Check out the full playlist below.
We’re pleased to bring you another all music episode on Episode 651 of Folk Roots Radio with a mix that takes us to the UK, the US and Sweden alongside our regular look at some new releases from Canadian artists. This time around we check out new music from Hansan, James Yorkston with Nina Persson & The Second Hand Orchestra, Valerie June, The Lone Bellow, Rory Matheson & Graham Rorie, The Bombadils, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, JD Edwards, Abe Drennan , Skinny Dyck, Adeem the Artist, Dieter van der Westen Band, Angelique Francis and Kerri Powers. Enjoy! Remember, If you like the artists you hear on this show and want to support them, don’t just stream their music – BUY their music, and then you’ll really make a difference to their income at a time when it is becoming much more difficult to make a living as a musician. Check out the full playlist below.
Folk Roots Radio on Valentine’s Day was all about the music, a lot of it new. Alongside a large number of love and heartbreak songs we also found room for sets celebrating Louis Riel Day and a new tribute album honouring the 1964 Johnny Cash album Bitter Tears – Ballads of the American Indian.