Podcast: September 1, 2019

Episode #802

An unexpected detour had me arriving a little late for the show today, so things got going a little behind schedule, but we recovered well and played some great September songs, a few new releases, previewed an exciting upcoming concert, and got to some fine requests, including a tribute to Neal Casal, a real favourite of a lot of our listeners and friends, who left us this week.

The show was also dedicated in spirit to folk and culture icon Mitch Podolak. For the definitive tribute to Mitch, check out our friend John Prentice’s show Planet Mainstage from this weekend.


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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

The Damnwells – Lost – The Damnwells
Rosanne Cash – September When It Comes (w/Johnny Cash) – Rules Of Travel
Malcolm Holcombe – September – Another Black Hole
Garrison Starr – The Girl That Killed September – The Girl That Killed September
Pat Robitaille – Jail In September – Summer Of Love – CDN

John Prine – In Spite of Ourselves (w/Iris DeMent) – In Spite of Ourselves
Little Miss Higgins – Bargain! Shop Panties – Across the Plains – CDN – MB
Carly Dow – Cut & Run – Comet – CDN – MB
Del Barber – Patient Man – Easy Keeper – CDN – WPG

Neal Casal – One Last Time – Fade Away Diamond Time
Neal Casal – Miss Direction – Return In Kind
Neal Casal – Maybe California – Maybe California
Neal Casal And Shannon McNally – Fierce Little Bird – Ran On Pure Lightning

Joe Nolan – Another Dead Poet – live recording – CDN
Joe Nolan – What I Used To Be – live recording – CDN
Joe Nolan – Looking For Your Heart – live recording – CDN
Joe Nolan – Autumn Sky – Tornado – CDN

Dwayne Gretzky – Livin’ Thing – Dwayne Gretzky
Courtney Marie Andrews – Downtown Train – Come On Up to the House: Women Sing Tom Waits
Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster – Cut Your Teeth – Take Heart, Take Care

Playlist: Episode #802, September 1, 2019

An unexpected detour had me arriving a little late for the show today, so things got going a little behind schedule, but we recovered well and played some great September songs, a few new releases, previewed an exciting upcoming concert, and got to some fine requests, including a tribute to Neal Casal, a real favourite of a lot of our listeners and friends, who left us this week.

The show was also dedicated in spirit to folk and culture icon Mitch Podolak. For the definitive tribute to Mitch, check out our friend John Prentice’s show Planet Mainstage from this weekend.

Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

The Damnwells – Lost – The Damnwells
Rosanne Cash – September When It Comes (w/Johnny Cash) – Rules Of Travel
Malcolm Holcombe – September – Another Black Hole
Garrison Starr – The Girl That Killed September – The Girl That Killed September
Pat Robitaille – Jail In September – Summer Of Love – CDN

John Prine – In Spite of Ourselves (w/Iris DeMent) – In Spite of Ourselves
Little Miss Higgins – Bargain! Shop Panties – Across the Plains – CDN – MB
Carly Dow – Cut & Run – Comet – CDN – MB
Del Barber – Patient Man – Easy Keeper – CDN – WPG

Neal Casal – One Last Time – Fade Away Diamond Time
Neal Casal – Miss Direction – Return In Kind
Neal Casal – Maybe California – Maybe California
Neal Casal And Shannon McNally – Fierce Little Bird – Ran On Pure Lightning

Joe Nolan – Another Dead Poet – live recording – CDN
Joe Nolan – What I Used To Be – live recording – CDN
Joe Nolan – Looking For Your Heart – live recording – CDN
Joe Nolan – Autumn Sky – Tornado – CDN

Dwayne Gretzky – Livin’ Thing – Dwayne Gretzky
Courtney Marie Andrews – Downtown Train – Come On Up to the House: Women Sing Tom Waits
Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster – Cut Your Teeth – Take Heart, Take Care

800th Episode Statistics

On the monumental occasion of our 800th episode of Tell the Band to Go Home on UMFM, I decided to look back and see which artists, albums, and songs we’ve played the most. Below you can see the leaders in each category.

These statistics always come with a big disclaimer: A lot of episodes from the early days are missing. I make a lot of mistakes. The calculations are sometimes a little wonky. All of this is to say that these numbers are purely for fun and don’t accurately represent reality, but they’re a pretty accurate representation of what our first 800 episodes looked like.

Overall, I’ve kept track of 20293 songs

56.5% of those are Canadian artists

21.9% are local

Our most played songs:

Rank Artist Plays Song title
1 Willie P. Bennett 39 Willie’s Diamond Joe
2 Paul Kelly 29 How to Make Gravy
3 Oh Susanna 24 Home soon (the cherry song)
4 Geoff Berner 23 Light Enough to Travel
5 Townes Van Zandt 21 If I needed you
6 Blaze Foley 20 Clay Pigeons
6 NQ Arbuckle 20 Huntsville Affair
7 Lyle Lovett 19 Step inside this house
7 Nathan 19 Stone
7 Townes Van Zandt 19 Waitin’ Around to Die
8 Robert Earl Keen 18 Merry Christmas from the Family
9 JP Hoe 17 Fine
9 Guy Clark 17 Let Him Roll
9 The Warped 45s 17 Live Bait
9 Scott Nolan Band 17 Rosie
9 Guy Clark 17 The Cape
10 Jim Bryson 16 Feel much better
10 Willie P Bennett 16 Lace And Pretty Flowers
10 Greg Brown 16 Spring wind
10 Nathan 16 Sunset chaser
10 Willie P Bennett 16 The lucky ones
10 David Francey 16 The waking hour
10 Christina Martin 16 You Come Home
11 Julie Miller 15 All My Tears
11 Scott Nolan 15 Bad Liver / Broken Heart
11 Scott Nolan 15 Drive Day
11 Jim Bryson 15 Fleetwood
11 Townes Van Zandt 15 Pancho and Lefty
11 Jim Bryson 15 Somewhere else
12 James McMurtry 14 Choctaw Bingo
12 John Prine 14 Christmas in Prison
12 Blue Shadows 14 Deliver Me
12 Paul MacLeod 14 Giants
12 Neil Young 14 Old Man
12 The Weakerthans 14 Reconstruction Site
12 Townes Van Zandt 14 Tecumseh Valley
12 Greg Macpherson 14 Wide Turn
12 Jim Bryson 14 Without Piano
13 Lynn Miles 13 Black Flowers
13 Tom Waits 13 Christmas card from a hooker in Minneapolis
13 Willie P. Bennett 13 Country Squall
13 Paul Macleod 13 Cruelty
13 Blaze Foley 13 Election Day
13 Jill Barber 13 In perfect time
13 NQ Arbuckle 13 Mixkin Dancehall Blues
13 Brothers Cosmoline 13 Motel 6
13 Carolyn Mark 13 Not a doll
13 Matt Epp 13 She’s High Water
13 Tom T. Hall 13 That’s How I Got to Memphis
13 Corin Raymond 13 Under the Belly of the Night
13 David Francey 13 Wind in the Wires
14 Willie P. Bennett 12 Blackie & the Rodeo King
14 David Francey 12 Border Line
14 Fred Eaglesmith 12 Codeine
14 Willie P Bennett 12 Come on Train
14 Dustin Bentall 12 Crash Hard
14 Skydiggers 12 Even when you fall
14 Sunparlour Players 12 If the Creeks Don’t Rise
14 John Prine 12 In Spite of Ourselves (w/ Iris DeMent)
14 Michael Johnston 12 Katie
14 Jon Dee Graham 12 Laredo ( Small Dark Something )
14 The Weakerthans 12 My Favourite Chords
14 Ridley Bent 12 Nine Inch Nails
14 The Wailin’ Jennys 12 One Voice
14 Bruce Springsteen 12 Pay Me My Money Down
14 The Weakerthans 12 Plea from a cat named Virtute
14 Greg Brown 12 Sleeper
14 Michael Johnston 12 The country north of Peterborough
14 Fred Eaglesmith 12 Water in the fuel
15 Kathleen Edwards 11 12 Bellevue
15 Blackie & The Rodeo Kings 11 49 Tons
15 Darren Day 11 Anne
15 Jason Collett 11 Bitter beauty
15 Mary Gauthier 11 Christmas in paradise
15 Blackie & the Rodeo Kings 11 Driftin’ snow
15 Mary Gauthier 11 Good-Bye
15 Del Barber 11 If I Told You that I Loved You
15 Carolyn Mark 11 It’s All Just a Matter of (Where You Draw the Line)
15 Luke Doucet 11 It’s not the Liquor I Miss
15 Harry Manx 11 Long Black Veil
15 Stan Rogers 11 Northwest passage
15 Robert Earl Keen 11 Not a drop of rain
15 Melissa McClelland 11 O Holy Night
15 Dave Lang 11 She’s leaving town
15 The Handsome Family 11 So Much Wine
15 NQ Arbuckle 11 Sun’s Hangin’ Low
15 Geoff Berner 11 That’s What Keeps the Rent Down, Baby
15 Mike Plume 11 The Best Job I Ever Had
15 Kris Demeanor 11 This old house
15 Justin Rutledge and the Junction Forty 11 Too Sober to Sleep
15 D. Rangers 11 Trois Riveres
15 Kathleen Edwards 11 Westby
15 Kathleen Edwards 11 What Are You Waiting For?
15 Willie P Bennett 11 White Line

Note that some songs have the added benefit of being covered by a number of people, so the plays are not necessarily all the original artist or writer. In fact, coming in at #12 is “Old Man” by Neil Young, but we’ve never ever played his version on the show! Those plays are almost all a cover by The Wailin’ Jennys, who came in to the studio and performed that song early on.

Our most played albums:

Rank Artist Plays Album name
1 Jim Bryson 59 The North Side Benches
2 Del Barber 58 Love Songs For The Last 20
3 Nathan 51 Jimson Weed
3 David Francey 51 Torn Screen Door
4 Michael Johnston 47 Curious Heart
5 Willie P Bennett 46 Tryin’ to Start Out Clean
6 The Wailin’ Jennys 44 40 Days
6 Del Barber 44 Headwaters
7 Matt Mays 42 Matt Mays
7 The Lowest of the Low 42 Shakespeare My Butt
8 Jim Bryson 41 The Occasionals
9 Kathleen Edwards 39 Failer
9 Christina Martin 39 Two Hearts
10 NQ Arbuckle 38 Hanging the Battle Scarred Pinata
10 Blackie & the Rodeo Kings 38 High or Hurtin’
11 Lyle Lovett 37 Step Inside this House
11 NQ Arbuckle 37 XOK
12 Nathan 36 Key Principles
12 The Warped 45s 36 Matador Sunset
12 The Weakerthans 36 Reconstruction Site
12 Paul MacLeod 36 Tell the Band to Go Home
12 JP Hoe 36 The Here in Review
13 Reid Jamieson 35 The Unavoidable Truth
13 David Francey 35 The Waking Hour
14 Blackie & The Rodeo Kings 34 Kings of Love
14 The Weakerthans 34 Left & Leaving
14 Del Barber 34 Prairieography
15 Eliza Gilkyson 33 Land of Milk & Honey
15 Blue Shadows 33 On the Floor of Heaven

And… our top artists of all time!

Rank Plays Artist
1 224 Keri Latimer/Nathan/Leaf Rapids/Special Fancy
2 220 Fred Eaglesmith
3 202 Scott Nolan
4 190 Leeroy Stagger
5 189 Del Barber
6 187 David Francey
7 186 Jim Bryson
8 181 Willie P Bennet
9 171 Skydiggers
10 164 Mike Plume
11 163 Nathan
12 160 Steve Earle
13 156 Paul Kelly
14 155 Blackie & the Rodeo Kings
14 155 Shannon Lyon
15 150 NQ Arbuckle
16 147 JP Hoe
17 135 The Wailin Jennys
18 123 Guy Clark
19 118 Townes Van Zandt
20 117 Lyle Lovett
21 116 Kathleen Edwards
22 110 Oh Susanna
23 107 Stephen Fearing
24 105 Mary Gauther
25 102 Brock Zeman
25 102 Geoff Berner
26 102 John Prine
27 100 Martyn Joseph

 

 

Podcast: August 25, 2019 – 800 Episode Leaderboard

Episode #801

Last week we hit a milestone with our 800th episode, and that seemed like time to pause for some reflection. Every once in a while I start to wonder which artists, albums, and songs we play the most, so I do some highly unscientific calculations and come up with some interesting results. Today’s show looks back at some of our most popular songs, albums, and artists.

Watch for a post with the actual leaderboard lists!

This one seemed like so much fun that we’re calling it another of those “standby” episodes that you might hear again sometime when we can’t make it in live and don’t have a new show recorded. It’s stacked with favourites, so we’re pretty sure you won’t mind if it comes up again.


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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

Oh Susanna – Home Soon (The Cherry Song) – Johnstown – CDN
Geoff Berner – Light Enough to Travel – Light Enough to Travel – CDN
Townes Van Zandt – If I Needed You – The Late Great Townes Van Zandt
Blaze Foley – Clay Pigeons – Live at the Austin Outhouse
Lyle Lovett – Step Inside This House – Step Inside This House
Guy Clark – Let Him Roll – Old #1
The Warped 45s – Live Bait – Matador Sunset – CDN

Blackie & The Rodeo Kings – Come On Train – High Or Hurtin’ – CDN
NQ Arbuckle – Mixkin Dancehall Blues – Hanging the Battle-Scarred Piñata – CDN
Kathleen Edwards – 12 Bellevue – Failer – CDN
Lowest of the Low – Letter from Bilbao – Shakespeare My Butt… – CDN
Matt Mays – Where Am I Going? – Matt Mays – CDN
Michael Johnston – Katie – Curious Heart – CDN

Paul Kelly – Won’t You Come Around? – Ways and Means
Steve Earle – Someday – Guitar Town
Mike Plume Band – Dreamer – Fools For The Radio – CDN
Skydiggers – Even When You Fall – Road Radio – CDN
Willie P Bennett – Willie’s Diamond Joe – Tryin’ to Start out Clean – CDN
Jim Bryson – Feel Much Better – The North Side Benches – CDN

David Francey – Border Line – Torn Screen Door – CDN
Del Barber – If I Told You that I Loved You – Love Songs for the Last Twenty – CDN – WPG
Leeroy Stagger – Carol – Depression River – CDN
Scott Nolan – Rosie – Receiver/Reflector – CDN – WPG

Fred Eaglesmith – Water In The Fuel – Lipstick Lies & Gasoline – CDN
Nathan – Stone – Jimson Weed – CDN – WPG
Leaf Rapids – Healing Feeling – recorded live on UMFM – CDN – WPG

Playlist: Episode #801, August 25, 2019 – 800 Episode Leaderboard

Last week we hit a milestone with our 800th episode, and that seemed like time to pause for some reflection. Every once in a while I start to wonder which artists, albums, and songs we play the most, so I do some highly unscientific calculations and come up with some interesting results. Today’s show looks back at some of our most popular songs, albums, and artists.

Watch for a post with the actual leaderboard lists!

This one seemed like so much fun that we’re calling it another of those “standby” episodes that you might hear again sometime when we can’t make it in live and don’t have a new show recorded. It’s stacked with favourites, so we’re pretty sure you won’t mind if it comes up again.

Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

Oh Susanna – Home Soon (The Cherry Song) – Johnstown – CDN
Geoff Berner – Light Enough to Travel – Light Enough to Travel – CDN
Townes Van Zandt – If I Needed You – The Late Great Townes Van Zandt
Blaze Foley – Clay Pigeons – Live at the Austin Outhouse
Lyle Lovett – Step Inside This House – Step Inside This House
Guy Clark – Let Him Roll – Old #1
The Warped 45s – Live Bait – Matador Sunset – CDN

Blackie & The Rodeo Kings – Come On Train – High Or Hurtin’ – CDN
NQ Arbuckle – Mixkin Dancehall Blues – Hanging the Battle-Scarred Piñata – CDN
Kathleen Edwards – 12 Bellevue – Failer – CDN
Lowest of the Low – Letter from Bilbao – Shakespeare My Butt… – CDN
Matt Mays – Where Am I Going? – Matt Mays – CDN
Michael Johnston – Katie – Curious Heart – CDN

Paul Kelly – Won’t You Come Around? – Ways and Means
Steve Earle – Someday – Guitar Town
Mike Plume Band – Dreamer – Fools For The Radio – CDN
Skydiggers – Even When You Fall – Road Radio – CDN
Willie P Bennett – Willie’s Diamond Joe – Tryin’ to Start out Clean – CDN
Jim Bryson – Feel Much Better – The North Side Benches – CDN

David Francey – Border Line – Torn Screen Door – CDN
Del Barber – If I Told You that I Loved You – Love Songs for the Last Twenty – CDN – WPG
Leeroy Stagger – Carol – Depression River – CDN
Scott Nolan – Rosie – Receiver/Reflector – CDN – WPG

Fred Eaglesmith – Water In The Fuel – Lipstick Lies & Gasoline – CDN
Nathan – Stone – Jimson Weed – CDN – WPG
Leaf Rapids – Healing Feeling – recorded live on UMFM – CDN – WPG

Christina Martin at The Sunset Saloon Nov. 14, 2019!

Christina Martin w/Dale Murray

(www.christinamartin.net)

Thursday, November 14, 2019
7:30 pm

Suggested donation $20 (price flexible, all proceeds to the artists)

If you wish, bring a drink for yourself, and/or a snack to share, but we’ve always got plenty of all of those on hand!

All are welcome (bring the kids, friends, family, people off the street, whatever)! Our house is family friendly (we’ve got 3 kids and plenty of room, so feel free to bring the family), easy-going, friendly, and open to all! If you don’t know us yet, come on down and make some new friends!

The Sunset Saloon is a house concert venue in Westwood (near the YMCA on Portage.) We’re open to all. Feel free to pass along the event info, bring friends, bring your kids (our kids will thank you), or just come by yourself and make some new friends! Admission is by donation, which goes directly to the artists. Most folks pay $20, but any hard-working performer wouldn’t turn down more and will take whatever amount is comfortable for you to give.

Please RSVP for the address and more information!

Questions? RSVP? Fill out the contact form below! Forward this to a friend!

The current record holders for most appearances at The Sunset Saloon, Brock Zeman and Christina Martin both roll in for their SIXTH visits back-to-back at The Sunset Saloon!

After appearing here for the first five years in a row, Christina took a much-needed break from the long drives across this vast country and focused on a more rocked up sound with her band for a couple of albums and some high intensity shows. Now, she’s back with a new, stripped-back duo style album filled with some really cool covers and some great new originals, and it sounds amazing! You’ll be able to hear those new songs, pick up the new album, and hear some of our old favourites this November!

Christina & Dale are in the area for a while in October doing a Home Routes tour, so if you want to see them more than once (as I hope to,) check out her other dates here: https://www.christinamartin.net/tour-dates

Coincidentally, UMFM’s annual Pledge-O-Rama is happening at the same time as Christina’s Manitoba Home Routes Tour! If the stars align, we may just see her and Dale appear live in-studio on Sunday, October 20, and maybe even in the audience on October 27!

COMING SOON: Christina has been experimenting with online ticket sales for her shows, and we’re going to have that set up and ready to go for this show as well. If it seems like something that you might find useful, we may even add events for our other shows as well, so stay tuned for event and ticket info, coming soon!

Feel free to fill out the contact form below if you have any questions or if you want to reserve your seat (your details aren’t public, just emailed directly to me.)

Brock Zeman at The Sunset Saloon Oct. 27, 2019!

Brock Zeman w/Blair Hogan

(www.brockzeman.com/)

Sunday, October 27, 2019
7:30 pm

Suggested donation $15-20 (price flexible, all proceeds to the artists)

NEW! Advanced tickets and online RSVP are now available via Eventbrite. You will always be able to pay in cash at the event as usual, but this provides a new opportunity that may be convenient to some attendees. Eventbrite charges a small fee for the service, but it’s been kept as low as possible.

GET TICKETS AND RSVP HERE

If you wish, bring a drink for yourself, and/or a snack to share, but we’ve always got plenty of all of those on hand!

All are welcome (bring the kids, friends, family, people off the street, whatever)! Our house is family friendly (we’ve got 3 kids and plenty of room, so feel free to bring the family), easy-going, friendly, and open to all! If you don’t know us yet, come on down and make some new friends!

The Sunset Saloon is a house concert venue in Westwood (near the YMCA on Portage.) We’re open to all. Feel free to pass along the event info, bring friends, bring your kids (our kids will thank you), or just come by yourself and make some new friends! Admission is by donation, which goes directly to the artists. Most folks pay $20, but any hard-working performer wouldn’t turn down more and will take whatever amount is comfortable for you to give.

Please RSVP for the address and more information!

Questions? RSVP? Fill out the contact form below! Forward this to a friend!

Can you believe that it’s been 4 years since Brock & Blair played The Sunset Saloon?! Seems insane to me, but we’ve loaned them out to other venues a couple of times over the years. After a well deserved break from touring, Brock & Blair are back heading down the Trans Canada Highway and hitting all of their favourite spots along the way, including The Sunset Saloon!

They’ve already played here FIVE times (Blair has played here SIX times, including a show alongside Jim Bryson!) and they continue to be among our most demanded artists. They also happen to be high among our all-time favourites. The always prolific Zeman actually hasn’t put out a new album since the long-awaited Carnival album in 2017, but he’s ready with another one and has one more on the go! We’ll get to hear plenty of new material as well as many of our old favourites when they return back home to The Sunset Saloon on October 27!

We recommend & request getting on the guest list soon!

Feel free to fill out the contact form below if you have any questions or if you want to reserve your seat (your details aren’t public, just emailed directly to me.)

Mayhemingways at The Sunset Saloon, Oct. 10, 2019!

The boys are back for show #5!

Mayhemingways

(https://mayhemingways.wordpress.com/)

Thursday, October 10, 2019
7:30 pm

Suggested donation $15-20 (price flexible, all proceeds to the artists)

NEW! Advanced tickets and online RSVP are now available via Eventbrite. You will always be able to pay in cash at the event as usual, but this provides a new opportunity that may be convenient to some attendees. Eventbrite charges a small fee for the service, but it’s been kept as low as possible.

If you do wish to attend, your seat is not 100% confirmed until you either pay online OR sign up for a FREE RSVP “ticket.” Clicking “GOING” on Facebook means nothing to most people, so I never consider that a confirmation.

GET TICKETS AND RSVP HERE

If you wish, bring a drink for yourself, and/or a snack to share, but we’ve always got plenty of all of those on hand!

All are welcome (bring the kids, friends, family, people off the street, whatever)! Our house is family friendly (we’ve got 3 kids and plenty of room, so feel free to bring the family), easy-going, friendly, and open to all! If you don’t know us yet, come on down and make some new friends!

The Sunset Saloon is a house concert venue in Westwood (near the YMCA on Portage.) We’re open to all. Feel free to pass along the event info, bring friends, bring your kids (our kids will thank you), or just come by yourself and make some new friends! Admission is by donation, which goes directly to the artists. Most folks pay $20, but any hard-working performer wouldn’t turn down more and will take whatever amount is comfortable for you to give.

Please RSVP for the address and more information!

Questions? RSVP? Fill out the contact form below! Forward this to a friend!

Benj Rowland & Josh Fewings make some mighty magical music together. They call it Fuzz-Folk, which is kind of a blend of rock, folk, some blues, some Celtic, and a whole lot of magic. They first appeared at The Sunset Saloon in 2015 and have been back every year since, and we hope they keep coming for the rest of their lives!

Together they’ve released an EP (Mayhemingways, 2014), and full length albums Hunter St. Blues (2016) and Skip Land (2018.) All are filled with some of the most original and entertaining, toe-tapping, get up and shake your booty or sit back and groove tunes you’ll ever hear.

Mayhemingways will also be appearing in Winnipeg on September 26 at Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club!

Feel free to fill out the contact form below if you have any questions or if you want to reserve your seat (your details aren’t public, just emailed directly to me.)

 

Podcast: August 18, 2019 – w/Hayes Carll

Episode #800

A show so busy, we didn’t even really have time to celebrate our monumental 800th episode (we’ll do that next week)! We’re back from some great summer festivals and shows with memories to share, we’ve got two exciting new Sunset Saloon shows to announce, more fine requests, and a chat with Hayes Carll, who returns to Winnipeg after a rather lengthy absence in September!


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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

Hayes Carll – Trouble In Mind – Bad Liver and a Broken Heart
Steve Poltz – Salt Suit – Noineen Noiny Noin – CDN
Steve Poltz – I Want All My Friends to Be Happy – Folksinger – CDN
Irish Mythen – 55 Years – Sweet Necessity – CDN
The East Pointers – Wintergreen – single – CDN
Darlingside – Blow the House Down – Pilot Machines
Stan Rogers – Harris and the Mare – Between the Breaks… Live! – CDN

Mayhemingways – Frances the Truck Driver – Skip Land – CDN
Christina Martin – Falling for You – Sleeping with a Stranger – CDN

Hayes Carll – Fragile Men – What It Is
Hayes Carll – None’ya – What It Is
Hayes Carll – Sit In With The Band – Little Rock
Hayes Carll – It’s a Shame – Flowers and Liquor

Don Gallardo – How Many Days – live recording
Wilco – Love Is Everywhere (Beware) – Ode to Joy
Spiral Stairs – Diario – We Wanna Be Hyp-No-Tized
Frazey Ford – Done – Indian Ocean – CDN

Hayes Carll – What It Is – What It Is

Hayes Carll interview

Allison Moorer – A Soft Place to Fall – Alabama Song
Corb Lund – Student Visas – Horse Soldier! Horse Soldier! – CDN

Playlist: Episode #800, August 18, 2019 – w/Hayes Carll

A show so busy, we didn’t even really have time to celebrate our monumental 800th episode (we’ll do that next week)! We’re back from some great summer festivals and shows with memories to share, we’ve got two exciting new Sunset Saloon shows to announce, more fine requests, and a chat with Hayes Carll, who returns to Winnipeg after a rather lengthy absence in September!

Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

Hayes Carll – Trouble In Mind – Bad Liver and a Broken Heart
Steve Poltz – Salt Suit – Noineen Noiny Noin – CDN
Steve Poltz – I Want All My Friends to Be Happy – Folksinger – CDN
Irish Mythen – 55 Years – Sweet Necessity – CDN
The East Pointers – Wintergreen – single – CDN
Darlingside – Blow the House Down – Pilot Machines
Stan Rogers – Harris and the Mare – Between the Breaks… Live! – CDN

Mayhemingways – Frances the Truck Driver – Skip Land – CDN
Christina Martin – Falling for You – Sleeping with a Stranger – CDN

Hayes Carll – Fragile Men – What It Is
Hayes Carll – None’ya – What It Is
Hayes Carll – Sit In With The Band – Little Rock
Hayes Carll – It’s a Shame – Flowers and Liquor

Don Gallardo – How Many Days – live recording
Wilco – Love Is Everywhere (Beware) – Ode to Joy
Spiral Stairs – Diario – We Wanna Be Hyp-No-Tized
Frazey Ford – Done – Indian Ocean – CDN

Hayes Carll – What It Is – What It Is

Hayes Carll interview

Allison Moorer – A Soft Place to Fall – Alabama Song
Corb Lund – Student Visas – Horse Soldier! Horse Soldier! – CDN