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The Music Savage Show | 02.19.2021

The Music Savage Show · Bye Felicia February is Black History Month and I celebrate with you all by playing some amazing music! Kicking things off this Friday highlighting the 1995 comedy Friday and playing a few songs from the great soundtrack!  I pack the show with so many great musicians and I’ve barely scratched the surface. Two hours of new and classic tunes for your listening pleasure. I hope you hear a favorite and I hope you enjoy!  Playlist: Friday – Ice CubeMary Jane – Rick JamesLow Rider – WarGet Up! I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine –…

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The Music Savage Show | 08.14.2020

The Music Savage Show · As If Be a total Betty and give the new show a listen! I start the fun off celebrating the 25th anniversary of Clueless with a set of tunes from the terrific soundtrack! You’ll also hear outstanding songs from some of my favorite live acts, check out the title-track off the stellar new Album of the Week, “Pick It Up,” from Toronto band Fast Romantics, heat things up with a few smoking hot #Hottakes, and a whole lot more. Oh my god I am totally buggin’ Playlist: Kids in America – The MuffsFake Plastic Trees…

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The Music Savage Show | 08.07.2020

The Music Savage Show · But What Am I? I know you are, but what am I? The new show starts off with a set of songs inspired by the cinematic masterpiece Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure released 35 years ago on August 9th, 1985! You’ll also hear a set of songs celebrating the birth of hip-hop, a bunch of amazing tunes from birthday girl Kristin Hersh, listen to an excellent tune from the new Album of the Week, fire it up with two sets of smokin’ hot #Hottakes, and so much more! Playlist: Bicycle Race – Queen Tequila – The ChampsBig…

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Album of the Week | Madeline Kenney – Sucker’s Lunch

Carpark Records · Madeline Kenney – White Window Light The new “Album of the Week” spotlight shines down on, Sucker’s Lunch, from Oakland musician Madeline Kenney, released July 31sh via Carpark Records. This stunner of record is her third and was co-produced by Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack of the band Wye Oak. Together the three have created a collection of songs that perfectly captures Kenney’s incredible vocals and outstanding guitar playing. Of the album, Kenney shares, “I’m not interested in something easy or immediately apparent. My experience writing these songs wasn’t easy, it was painful and difficult. I was…

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Album of the Week | Courtney Marie Andrews – Old Flowers

Old Flowers by Courtney Marie Andrews The new “Album of the Week” honoree is, Old Flowers, from Nashville-based musician Courtney Marie Andrews, released on July 24th via Fat Possum Records. Each song on this record is a journey through every single one of your emotions my friends. The ability to find beauty in sadness and comfort in the acceptance of grief in order to move past it and become stronger. Of the album, Andrews shares, “Old Flowers is about heartbreak. There are a million records and songs about that, but I did not lie when writing these songs. This album is about…

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Album of the Week | Chrissy Stewart – House of Christina

House of Christina by Chrissy Stewart New post alert! This week I want to introduce you to my latest idea which is to highlight a particularly wonderful new album and make sure that the release of said album is on your radar! These aren’t going to be in depth reviews as I think “Album of the Week” pretty much sums up how I feel in title form. Now with that said, it’s also your goal as a music lover (and reader of the post) to spread the word on the new album far and wide via your social media accounts!…

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