Every Sunday at 11 a.m., our morning host Bob Mosolgo cues up an hour of alt-country, southern rock, Americana and classic country handpicked for Country Feedback.
Gustavo Santaolalla has won a lot of awards for his magnificent scores for films like Brokeback Mountain, The Motorcycle Diaries, and Babel. This year, the Argentine composer and producer is nominated for an Emmy for his score for the TV adaption of The Last of Us video game.
Singer-songwriter Julie Byrne learned fingerstyle guitar from her father, and for her, it’s more than just a technique. It’s profound. On the next World Cafe, Julie talks about the physical and spiritual connection she feels to her guitar, and you can hear it yourself as she performs song from her powerful new album The Greater Wings, live.
The songs on Lowland Hum’s latest album, From Self with Love, were written during a period of uncertainty for the husband and wife duo of Daniel and Lauren Goans. They’d just become first-time parents when they wrote the album, which touches on themes of pandemic isolation, early parenthood, death, grief, and new life.
The Chemical Brothers have been making bodies move and blowing minds for over 30 years. Their new album, For That Beautiful Feeling, is filled with signature elements of dance, big beat, hip hop, and psychedelia. And as Tom Rowlands shares with us, it’s also full of joy.
Every Sunday from 7 – 11 a.m., Rusty handpicks four hours of bluegrass music for Bluegrass Sunday Morning.