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Song of the Week | Pokey LaFarge – Better Man Than Me

Photo credit: Nate Burrell The latest WFMO & Music Savage Show “Song of the Week” spotlight is focused on the fantastic new single “Better Man Than Me” from St. Louis musician Pokey LaFarge. The hip-shaking song is from his highly anticipated new album, Manic Revelations, out May 19th via Rounder Records and is now available for pre-order. This is his eighth studio release (the second for Rounder) and the new album’s title refers to the state of mind artists find themselves in during the creation process. LaFarge debuted his song-writing talent to the world in 2006 with his self-released solo record, Marmalade. In 2009 the songwriter…

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Hot Takes | Week of 05.01.17

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Do You Need Me Near // Mat Hunsley Lady Brain // The Harmaleighs Cardinal // Mt. Joy Drive Me Home // Adult Mom Better Man Than Me // Pokey LaFarge Turncoat // Pickwick Number One Number One // Portugal. The Man (feat. Richie Havens & Son Little) Please // Josiah & The Bonnevilles

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Mixtape | March 2017

Another great month of music, almost too much of it, to keep the format of 40 songs from the month I ended up pulling a few favorites. But there are some great songs in here, and I know I will continue to come back to this mixtape as the year goes along. I’ve had a ton of fun putting this together, and hope you enjoy.

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Photos + Review | Pokey LaFarge + Caroline Rose @ The Sinclair

Photos by Boston Concert Photography It was about the point when I noticed the gigantic bottle of whiskey on stage that I knew where this night was going to go. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s start from the beginning. Last Thursday night, at The Sinclair, I was lucky enough to see one of my favorites, Caroline Rose, share a bill with the inimitable Pokey LaFarge. I know other members of the team here were well familiar with him and loved him already, but I was a newcomer. And now I am a convert. But I’m getting ahead of…