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Hosannas “Then & Now & Then” Album Release This Sunday

May 9th at Mississippi Studios with the lovely Tu Fawning, and Ah Holly Family.

Fresh of their east coast tour, the Hosannas boys will be playing new and old as they present Then & Now & Then shipping from the HUSHshop now, and available at finer record shops and digital retailers May 11.

Make sure to peep their website hosannasmusic.com

Here’s some video from a Mississippi Studios performance a few months back to when your appetite.

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hal1Pa0iXl0

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQDSY7LG5EQ

Shelley Short Announces “All Shelleys Eve Summer 2010 Tour”

Les Shelleys is Tom Brosseau & Angela Correa.  Shelley Short is of course Shelley Short.  Together they form an evening program not to be missed: All Shelleys Eve.  Here’s a clip from last summer that features Shelley and Tom on a duet:

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3I1wma4F9pE

  • 06/09/10 Shelley Short in Brooklyn NY at Zebulon
  • 06/10/10 Shelley Short in Cambrige MA at Club Passim
  • 06/11/10 Shelley Short in Hamden (New Haven,) CT at The Space
  • 06/12/10 Shelley Short in Burlington VT: at Radio Bean
  • 06/13/10 Shelley Short in Rochester NY at The Bug Jar
  • 06/14/10 Shelley Short in Pittsburgh, PA at Thunderbird Cafe
  • 06/17/10 Shelley Short in Bloomington, IN at The Bishop
  • 06/18/10 Shelley Short in Chicago, IL at Schubas
  • 06/21/10 Shelley Short in Denver, Co at HI Dive
  • 06/22/10 Shelley Short in Salt Lake City, UT at Vertical Diner
  • 06/23/10 Shelley Short in Nampa, Id at Flying M Coffee Garage
  • 06/24/10 Shelley Short in Seattle, WA at Hattie’s Hat
  • 06/25/10 Shelley Short in Portland, Or at The Woods

Nick Jaina on Daytrotter

Nick Jaina
Nick Jaina has made an encore appearance on Daytrotter.  Click here to stream, freely download the session (or support with a premium download).

Nick Jaina’s made really good records in the past – really good records. We’ve involved him here on a number of occasions for such reasons – these really good records. But he’s made a spectacular jaw-dropper in the just released “A Bird In The Opera House,” an album that startles and makes you swoon to it and its easy beauty. Its songs are full of delicate loves and the troubles with them, floating on flimsy clouds and negligent stars/moons and sentences, working themselves into heady folk country as well as undeniably sleek and ruffled pop in the style that George, Paul, Ringo and John used to make way back when. It’s an album that is somehow entirely his own and yet incorporates some of the finest young songwriting voices and styles into these dozen songs of widespread texture and discourse. There are elements of Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig, Luke Temple’s new Here We Go Magic project and more, affecting us in a way that feels like tickling feathers and tickling fires, like a night cast as a tipsy lover, and a lover that still has us entranced by every movement and every syllable. It’s also a lover who’s not at all completely figured out – still shaky and still a bit of a mystery, even after all this time. We’re going home with that lover – it was going to happen like that anyway – but it all feels perfectly in place.  read more.