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Live & Reel + Daytrotter Session: Andrew Combs

Texas-born Nashville, TN resident Andrew Combs has had a big year. The singer-songwriter’s debut EP, Tennessee Time, has been steadily gaining momentum since its May release. The five songs harken back to the writing of country legends like Hank Williams and Guy Clark, feeling as if they have been staples of Music City jukeboxes for years. Listen to my personal favorite, “Too Stoned to Cry”, below:

In November, Combs offered fans a pair of terrific supplements to his initial release. He recorded a trio of new tracks with our pals at Live & Reel. “Heavy”, “Devil’s Got My Woman”, and “Playing The Part” fall in line nicely with the foundation Combs built on Tennessee Time. Watch “Devil’s Got My Woman” below and visit Live & Reel to see the rest of his session.

The release of Combs’ Daytrotter Session came a few days later. The visit featured a combination of songs from his EP and his newer tracks. Listen and download the full session HERE. Connect with Combs via Facebook | Twitter | Bandcamp.

Written by Rob Peoni


Video: The War on Drugs – The Copenhagen Sessions

In September, Secretly Canadian’s The War on Drugs were on tour in Copenhagen when they linked up for a video shoot with They Shoot Music. The result was a semi-acoustic set in the dimly lit backyard of Christianshavn School. The up-and-coming Philadelphia band offers up a delicious, stripped-down version of “Brothers.” Watch below.

Read our review of their debut album Slave Ambient: HERE.

Purchase TICKETS  for their Dec. 6th show at Radio Radio.

Written by Rob Peoni


Video: First Aid Kit “Emmylou”

Swedish sisters First Aid Kit stopped by KCRW recently. Johanna and Klara Soderberg gained notoriety after their cover of Fleet Foxes’ “Tiger Mountain Peasant Song” reached millions on Youtube in 2008. Later that year, they released an EP entitled Drunken Trees.

First Aid Kit released The Big Black & The Blue their first full-length album in 2010. Just now heading into their twenties, it will be interesting to see how this project will change as the sisters mature. Below watch as they perform “Emmylou” live from the KCRW studios. The track will be featured on their forthcoming release The Lion’s Roar.

Written by Rob Peoni