Premiering Sunday, February 10th at 3:00 pm Alabama Life is a magazine style show that uncovers the best untold stories of Alabama. The series finds the most intriguing people, awesome eats, and beautiful places that make up the wonderful state of Alabama. Episode 101 will highlight the Irondale Cafe, the Alabama Ballet’s “First Tuesday” program and the dedicated zookeepers of the Birmingham Zoo. The new weekly series will premiere at 3:00 pm and be repeated at 3:30 pm. Alabama Life will also air Wednesday, February 13th at 8:00 pm. Here’s a trailer for the series: For more information: Alabama Life [...]
The Kenny Brown Band performs the Mississippi Fred McDowell song, “Write Me a Few Lines” at the 2011 North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic. The 2012 Picnic will take place June 29 and 30 in Waterford, MS. For more information visit: http://nmshillcountrypicnic.com. Shaky camera by Max Shores (http://maxshores.com) and sound recording by Reed Turchi of Devil Down Records (http://devildownrecords.com). This entire set was recorded by vanark and is available for download at: http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=546191.
Microwave Dave and the Nukes perform “Alabama Saturday Night” featuring Microwave Dave on guitar and vocals, Rick Godfrey on bass and harmonica, and James Irvin on drums. This recording was made at Gary’s Lounge in Tuscaloosa, AL. A studio recording of this song can be found on the Microwave Dave & the Nukes CD entitled “Last Time I Saw You.” For more about Microwave Dave & the Nukes, visit their website at: http://www.microwavedave.com/home.htm
Earl “Guitar” Williams and the Juke Band perform “A Can of Alligator” at Gip’s Place, a juke joint in Bessemer, Alabama. This is the title song from one of Earl’s CDs which has many great songs on it. For more information: Earl “Guitar” Williams at ReverbNation.com Earl “Guitar” Williams on Facebook.com