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Man. If you like REAL/Underground country music, than this upcoming compilation from the Outlaw Radio Chicago podcast should get you pitching a tent in your music pants. This compilation is going to include ALL PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED MATERIAL. And the names are a who’s who of the underground movement. Check out this laundry list of contributors:
- Bob Wayne and the Outlaw Carnies
- .357 String Band
- Six Gun Britt
- The Dad Horse Experience
- Izzy and the Kesstronics
- Lucky Tubb and the Modern Day Troubadours
- Ol’ Red Shed
- Ted Russell Kamp
- Dave Smith and the Country Rebels
- Black Eyed Vermillion
- Little Lisa Dixie
- The Boomswagglers
- Joey Allcorn
- Rachel Brooke
- Last False Hope
- Slackeye Slim
- The Fisticuffs
And there might be more to come from that!
At the moment it is slated to come out in April 2010, and the cost will ONLY be around $8.00. The idea is just to recoup the capitol to put out to make the CD’s, and help promote the artists, so this is not some for-profit hosing. Can you imagine pop country doing this? This again proves that Jashie P. of Outlaw Radio is a man of integrity and good ideas, and that as a community, the REAL country movement is stronger than most, if not all. Artists are ponying up the songs, Outlaw Radio is ponying up the dough and time to make it happen, and I’m sure you will pony up for a copy.
I’m usually not much for compilations, but this CD is already near the top of my list for most anticipated 2010 releases in an already VERY strong field.
Outlaw Radio is heard every Tuesday night at 9 PM Central, and all the shows are archived the next day at savingcountrymusic.com/outlaw-radio. This week Pearls Mahone will be co-hosting, and he will be debuting a song from the new Jayke Orvis project.
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