FEEL BAD FOR YOU MIX TAPE: APRIL EDITION:

The February installment of the Feel Bad For You Mixtape is up and streaming. The FBFY mixtape has entered a new segment of it’s life moving from a message board tape curated by Ms. Rockstar Aimz, of My Aimz Is True, to a mixtape put together by a collection of (mostly) like minded bloggers. You can stream it below and head over to the official FBFY mixtape web site for some dialog on why each song was selected.

Track Listing:

01. The Youngbloods – Darkness, Darkness
02. Johnny Cash featuring Krist Novoselic, Kim Thayil, and Sean Kinney – Time of the Preacher
03. Ragged Jubilee – Blood On The Highway
04. Dan Bern – Tiger Woods
05. Corner Shop – Good Shit
06. Micheal Hall – Sometimes I Wish I’d Never Heard The Rolling Stones
07. D.R. Hooker – Forge Your Own Chains
08. The Parlor Soldiers – Lawless
09. The Only Sons – Bully
10. Dave Hause – Time Will Tell
11. We Are Augustines – Book of James
12. Biters – Breakin Your Heart Again
13. Glossary – West Liberty (banjo version)
14. Clash – London Calling
15. Lyle Lovette – Brown-Eyed Handsome Man
16. The Blakes – Two Times
17. Earl King – Trick Bag
18. Lowell George – 20 Million Things
19. Dr. John – Getaway

PLAYLIST: NINEBULLETS RADIO 04.05.2012

The traffic was back to normal last night and the show went off without a hitch. It’s chock full of new music from the likes of McDougall, The Grand Tetons, The Parlor Soldiers, Lucero and Arliss Nancy. I also played a fantastic track off the new Counting Crows album that’s a cover of Kasey Anderson’s “Like Teenage Gravity” which is immediately followed by a track off Kasey’s upcoming album. Sound good? I thought so, so put your ears on the archived stream of the show.

Also, next week’s show is the marathon show. Ninebullets Radio has 60 minutes to raise $1600 dollars. We’ve never missed a marathon goal which is something I think is a source of pride for both, the show and it’s listeners. If you enjoy the show or just enjoy the idea that there is a show out there playing these artists then please, drop a donation in Ninebullets Radio’s Tip Jar.

Below is the playlist for April 05, 2012

01. Todd Farrell – Ninebullets Radio Intro
02. Drive-By Truckers – The Righteous Path
03. Grand Tetons – Because I Bloody Well Stammer
04. Arliss Nancy – The Crease
05. Counting Crows – Like Teenage Gravity
06. Kasey Anderson – Some Depression
07. Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires – Righteous, Ragged Songs
08. Steve Von Till – A Grave Is A Grim Horse
09. Hellbound Glory – Better Hope You Die Young
10. The Parlor Soldiers – When The Dust Settles
11. Alabama – The Cheap Seats
12. McDougall – Gates Of Victory
13. The Decemberists – E. Watson
14. Lucero – When I Was Young

Bold = Request

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Episode 66: aired 04.05.2012

PLAYLIST: NINEBULLETS RADIO 03.15.2012

How does brand new Tim Barry, Shooter Jennings, Joe Pug, Justin Townes Earle, McDougall, Todd Snider and Lucero sound to you? If that sounds like an hours worth of music you wanna hear the last night’s episode of Ninebullets Radio is here to cater to your sonic needs. So check it out the archived stream of the show.

Line of the night comes from Tim Barry’s new song, “Music should sound like escape not rent.”

Below is the playlist for March 15, 2012

01. McDougall – Ready, Begin
02. Tim Barry – 40 MileR
03. Poor Man’s Poison – Jump That Train
04. Have Gun Will Travel – Ol’ Death Rattle
05. Joe Pug – Hymn #76
06. Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires – Roebuck Parkway
07. Glossary – Shaking Like a Flame
08. Grand Tetons – Quiet, All Of You, They’re Approaching the Tyrannosaur Paddock
09. Todd Snider – In Between Jobs
10. Justin Townes Earle – Memphis in the rain
11. Shooter Jennings – The Real Me
12. American Anodyne – The Anniversary
13. Amanda Shires – Detriot or Buffalo
14. Lucero – It May Be Too Late
15. The Parlor Soldiers – Lawless
16. Cam Penner – No Consequences

Bold = Request

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You can stream Ninebullets Radio here
You can download Ninebullets Radio here
If you like Ninebullets Radio please drop a 5 spot in the Tip Jar.

P.S.: If you like this show, do me a favor and post about it on your Facebook/Twitter/Blog. It’ll do a lot to help these bands reach new ears…and in the end, that’s what this is all about. It’ll also help bring the existence of the radio show to more people’s attention & the more people there are listening/paying attention to the show the more likely it is to stay on the air.

Episode 63: aired 03.15.2012

THE PARLOR SOLDIERS – WHEN THE DUST SETTLES

Remember that moment at the Grammy’s this year right before Taylor Swift did her thing?

Two people, 1 lady and a fella with an acoustic guitar. They were dressed fantastically and extremely witty but wit aside, they never said who they were and a minute 48 later, after wowing the internet world, people wanted to know who they were. And my Twitter feed was proof.

The band was The Civil Wars and that ever so brief appearance even made me rethink my stance on them. Needless to say, the next day sales (and I can only imagine illegal downloads) of the Civil Wars album exploded and by 9:30 that morning I had reconfirmed my original stance that Barton Holler was a descent enough song but outside of it…..The Civil Wars were (are) boring. Over the next few days my twitter and Facebook feeds confirmed equal disappointment in other people’s lives as they reached the same conclusion I had.

If you were among them, allow me to introduce The Parlor Soldiers.

The Parlor Soldiers are a lady and fella duo from Fredericksburg, Virginia and their album, When The Dust Settles, is what you wanted to hear on that faithful Monday morning. The raw sound, the great songs and the folky harmonies. It took a while but we found them and trust me, it’s Essential Listening.

The Parlor Soldiers – Lawless
The Parlor Soldiers – When The Dust Settles
The Parlor Soldiers – Crazy

The Parlor Soldiers’ Official Site, The Parlor Soldiers on Facebook, Buy When The Dust Settles