This episode features two interviews and a new song from each artist. First up Barry Sless of the David Nelson Band chats with me about their new song, with lyrics by the late Robert Hunter: "Movin' Right Along." After we spin that great tune, I talk with Jeffrey Alexander of Dire Wolves (Just Exactly Perfect Sisters Band) and we play a new song from their forthcoming record, "I Just Wasn't Made For These Set Times." Jeffrey and I then talk Grateful Dead and spin some great tunes.
You can find info and news about the David Nelson Band at their website, www.nelsonband.com. The song, "Movin' Right Along" will be available on iTunes and all major digital music platforms, for purchase and streaming, on January 22nd. Please check that out and support this great band and their work.
Dire Wolves' new album is out on February 9 and can be found in physical and digital formats via Centripedal Force Records at Bandcamp. It's another great one and well your your time.
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Selections In This Episode:
David Nelson Band - Movin' Right Along (available via iTunes and all digital music platforms on Jan. 22)
Dire Wolves - (Brother Lee) Womblife Blues (from the upcoming album, "I Just Wasn't Made For These Set Times" available via Centripedal Force Records at Bandcamp)
Grateful Dead - 1976-06-29 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, Il: Mission In The Rain, Looks Like Rain, Row Jimmy, Might As Well, Playing In The Band > The Wheel > Playin’ Reprise