Tent Show Radio: Jason Isbell

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1st Airing: 2/28/15
2nd Airing: 8/29/15

Links
Jason Isbell
www.jasonisbell.com

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After working as a songwriter, in 2001 at the age of 22, Isbell joined the rock band Drive-By Truckers while they toured in support of their album Southern Rock Opera.

Patterson Hood recalled that meeting Isbell was a “life-changing moment in time,” — becoming their third guitarist and beginning a songwriting collaboration that was lauded by many as a fertile time for the band.  On April 5, 2007, Isbell announced that he was no longer a member of Drive-By Truckers.  This past summer we were pleased to have Jason Isbell and his electrified band cross the Tent Show stage!

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Program Notes

Backstage Monologue
In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ – Mike discusses how meditation can change your life provided you find the right squirrel.

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Tent Show Radio: Blue Canvas Orchestra with the Trouble Notes

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1st Airing: 2/21/15
2nd Airing: 8/22/15

Links
The Trouble Notes
www.thetroublenotes.com

Michael Perry
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Gypsy fusion trio, The Trouble Notes, have been performing on the streets and stages of Europe and the United States since late 2012. The group consists of violinist, Bennet Cerven; guitarist, B-zy Brain; and percussionist, Oliver Maguire. Having been raised in different countries (France, UK, and USA), each individual brings a unique perspective and flavor to the group’s core. What they share is a common sacrifice – the comfort and stability of career and home – to travel and share their musical talents with every culture of the world while further growing as musicians and beings. Their music is described as a fusion of genre across the entirety of the musical spectrum, creating a sound that is truly unique to its own.

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Big Top Chautauqua’s house band consisting of band leader Ed Willett, vocalist Phillip Anich and Jack Gunderson, Jane Aleckson on bass, Tom Mitchell on vocals and drums,  and special guests Stevie Matier on bodhran, percussion and vocals, Tom Draughn on guitar and vocals and Nori Perrine on fiddle.

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Program Notes Backstage Monologue

In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ – Mike discusses the finer points of road trips and giant truck stop pickles.

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Tent Show Radio: Yonder Mountain String Band

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1st Airing: 2/14/15
2nd Airing: 8/15/15

Links
Yonder Mountain String Band
www.yondermountain.com

Michael Perry
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Yonder Mountain String Band has always played music by its own set of rules.  Bending bluegrass, rock and countless other influences, Yonder has pioneered a sound of their own.  The Colorado-based foursome has crisscrossed the country over the past eleven years playing such varied settings as festivals, rock clubs, Red Rocks Amphitheater in the band’s home state, and recently the Democratic National Convention in Denver at Mile High Stadium opening for Barack Obama.  Their loyal fanbase has been built from this diverse setting of venues as fans latched on to their genre-defying original sound for one more night under the blue and grey canvas!

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Program Notes

Backstage Monologue
In this episode’s monologue – Mike helps the Department
of Homeland Security rewrite its Winter Survival Kit instructions.

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Tent Show Radio: Nahko & Medicine For The People

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1st Airing: 2/7/15
2nd Airing: 8/8/15

Links
Nahko
www.nahko.com

Michael Perry
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“I think our music promotes the bridging of all tribes,” Nahko says. “The lyrics and the stories and our energy as a group break down people’s walls. You’ll find us in the most unique places on earth because it’s real, raw, and honest storytelling about what we’ve been through and what we believe in. And that’s why people connect with it. I think that’s the most important thing you can do with music.”  And connect with the people of the Big Top he did that magical evening under the September stars!

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Program Notes

Backstage Monologue
In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ – Mike talks about building a fire against the darkness.

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Tent Show Radio: Don McLean

[one_third]Broadcast Schedule
1st Airing: 1/31/15
2nd Airing: 8/1/15

Links
Don McLean
www.don-mclean.com

Michael Perry
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McLean recorded his first album, Tapestry, in 1969 in Berkeley, California, during the student riots. After being rejected 72 times by labels, the album was released by Mediarts. It attracted good reviews but little notice outside the folk community.

McLean’s major break came when Mediarts was taken over by United Artists Records thus securing for his second album, American Pie.  American Pie’s success made McLean an international star and piqued interest in his first album, which charted more than two years after its initial release.  We are thrilled to have have him on our stage!

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Program Notes

Backstage Monologue
In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ – Mike uses the past to move the present (firewood).

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