Monday, 10 August 2015

Gilded Palace Radio Show: 10th August 2015

Hatchets, harnesses, guns and old fires: new releases from Hip Hatchet, Phil Lee and Brent Best on the latest show, plus a few 'deep cuts' from Drew Nelson, Salter Cane and Patrick Park.

Listen here:

Gilded Palace Radio Show: 10th August 2015 by Gildedpalace on Mixcloud

Playlist for 10th August 2015:
Brent Best: Daddy Was A Liar: Last Chance/ At The Helm
Hip Hatchet: Hold You Like A Harness: Hip Hatchet
Sarah McQuaid: Walking Into White:
Michael Dean Damron: Am I The Only One Drinking Tonight: Sad Crow Records
Flophouse Jr: Make You Laugh:
David Celia: Tongues: Seedling Music
Stellan Wahlstrom Band: The Mercy: Belpid Records
Phil Lee: Some Gotta Lose: Palookaville
Mark Brown: Cried In Your Bed:
Ana Egge: Flat Top Guitar:
Sam Lewis: Virginia Avenue: Brash Music
Drew Nelson: Im A Little Catfish: Waterbug Records
Ed Dupas: Flag: Mackinaw Harvest
Daniel Romano: Old Fires Die: New West
Stephanie Urbina Jones: Como Se Llama Mama:
Danny Schmidt: Guns And The Crazy Ones: Live Once
The Grahams: Glory Bound: 12 South
Danni Nicholls: Home Down The Line: Transmission Recordings
Have Gun Will Travel: Good Old Shakespeare: This Is American Music
David Starr & Ben Harris: Alive Again: Cedaredge Music
Patrick Park: Nothings Wrong: Downward Road
Simon Murphy: Lone Star Heart: self-released
Sarah MacDougall: Sparrowhead: Rabbit Heart
Anna Laube: Oh My Oh Me Oh Me Oh My: Ahh Pockets
The Delta Bell: Until The Night: Ginsoaked/At The Helm

Salter Cane: Black Swollen River:

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Gilded Palace Radio Show: June 29th 2015

Happy Canada Day! Old Man Luedecke leads a troupe of Canadians right through the show – Sarah MacDougall, Sun Belt and Flophouse Jr follow. Souled American pay tribute to birthday boy, Kris Kristofferson – just don’t tell me how the story ends.

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Playlist for June 29th 2015:

Old Man Luedecke: The Early Days: True North

The Delta Bell: Strings: Ginsoaked/At The Helm
Sean Taylor Songs: The Only Good Addiction Is Love: Sean Taylor Songs
The Stampede String Band: Three Days Waiting: Stampede String Band
Blueflint: I Climbed A Mountain: Johnny Rocks
Malcolm Holcombe: Early Morning: Gypsy Eyes
Daddy (Tommy Womack/@Will Kimbrough) : Nobody From Nowhere: Cedar Creek
Sarah MacDougall: The Story of Pippi And Lionheart: Sarah MacDougall
Don Gallardo & How Far West: Cup Of Rain: Clubhouse
Sun Belt: So For The Stars: Off Season Records
Dale Watson: A Day At A Time: Red House
Bill Feehely: Side Pocket: self-released
Flophouse Jr: Dismay:
Souled American: Please Don’t Tell Me How The Story Ends: Incidental
Elle Osborne: The Murder Of Allen Bain: Earth
Dark Green Tree: Yearn For Love: Haven Records
The Dreaming Spires: Easy Rider: Clubhouse
Kenny Butterill: Dead End Of A Dusty Road: No Bull Songs
Fragile Jack: National Bag: self-released
David Starr & Ben Harris: Ezra Came To Call: David Starr Music & Ben Harris
Simon Stanley Ward: American Voice:
Grant Langston Official Music Page: I Work Too Hard: California Country Union
Jeremy David Pinnell Light Me Up: Sofaburn
Shane Sweeney Music: Complex Ecosystems: Last Chance
Aldous Harding: Titus Groan: Spunk/Woo Me

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Monday, 6 April 2015

Gilded Palace Radio Show (6th April 2015)

Do the Resurrection shuffle! Charlie Parr’s back! He has a new album, Stumpjumper, released on his new home of Red House Records. Malcolm Holcombe, Thirty Pounds of Bone and Annabelle Chvostek complete a strong week for new releases, along with a brace from JP Harris & The Tough Choices.

Playlist April 6th 2015: listen here -
Charlie Parr: Resurrection: Red House Records
Thirty Pounds Of Bone: Glass Of An Iris: Armellodie
Malcolm Holcombe: Who Carried You: Gypsy Eyes/Proper
Hub City Ramblers: Wild Poppy Bloom: Hub City Ramblers
April Verch: Belle Election: Slab Town
Danny Schmidt: Looks Like God: Live Once Records
Dark Green Tree: Yearn For Love: Haven Records
Gurf Morlix: Orphan Tears: Rootball Records
Vanessa Peters: Pacific Street: Vanessa Peters
Hans Chew: Chango: At The Helm
Michael Dean Damron: Diabetes Blues: Michael Dean Damron
Drew Nelson: Promised Land: Red House Records
Girls Guns & Glory: Moanin The Blues: Lonesome Day
Fernando: Angel Of Death: Domingo Records
The Eastern: Talking Americana Cowboy Yeeha Blues: Rough Peel
Jep And Dep: Baby Come Down: Word Got Out
Kimmie Rhodes: Worthy Cause: Sunbird Records
Audrey Auld: Walls: Reckless Records
Annabelle Chvostek: Jerusalem: Annabelle Chvostek
Mark Olson: Your Life Beside Us: Rykodisc
Jeffrey Foucault: My Mexican Home: Signature Sounds
JP Harris &The Tough Choices: I’m Staying Here: Cow Island
JP Harris &The Tough Choices: Give A Little Lovin’: Cow Island

Monday, 27 January 2014

Gilded Palace Radio Show (27th Jan 2014)

Somebody poisoned the waterhole! The new Gilded Palace Radio Show is up with a little protest thrown in for our West Virginian friends. Can somebody explain why there's been hardly any media coverage? Shocking! Maybe it's a good day to get political... just make sure you've got a good attorney (we have: see Track 26).  

The early rush of great releases continues - this week we can add The New Mendicants (Joe Pernice, Norman Blake and Mike Belitsky (The Sadies) as well as Doug Paisley's third (with guest spots from Garth Hudson and Mary Margaret O'Hara) to the 'potential end-of-year contenders' pile.

Playlist (listen here:
1: The New Mendicants - Cruel Annette - One Little Indian
2: Chris Mills - False Moustache - Loud Romantic
3: Dan Stuart - What Are You Laughing About? - Cadiz
4: Ben Weaver - Mr. Reilly (Vic Chesnutt) - Rock The Cause
5: Brandy Clark- The Day She Got Divorced - Slate Creek
6: Matt The Electrician- Muddy Waters - Matt The Electrician
7: Buzz Busby & Leon Morris - Flat Creek - Rounder Records
8: Thomas Denver Jonsson / I'm Kingfisher- After The Earthquake - Kite Records
9: The Jigantics - Water When The Well Is Dry - Rawtone Records
10: Jason Eady - Liars & Fools - Old Guitar
11: Charlie Parr - Clearlake - Chaperone Records
12: Peter Case - Well Runs Dry - Vanguard
13: Robby Hecht - Soon I Was Sleeping - Old Man Henry
14: David Berkeley - Broken Crown - Straw Man
15: Ed Snodderly - Johnson City Rag - Majestic
16: Rich Mahan & The Cocktail Heroes - Coffee In The Morning - The House Concert European Hub
17: Richmond Fontaine - Collapse - Cavity Search
18: Rob Lutes - The Ship That Sails Today - Lucky Bear Records
19: John Prine - Hello In There - Oh Boy
20: Doug Paisley - Where The Light Takes You - No Quarter
21: TheSweet Lowdown - The Heart Is A Hollow Thing - The Sweet Lowdown
22: Nathaniel Rateliff - Still Trying - Mod Y Vi
23: Shinyribs - Bolshevik Sugarcane - Nine Mile Records
24: Damien Jurado - Silver Katherine - Secretly Canadian
25: Jarrod Dickenson - Misty Eyes & A Troubled Mind - Jarrod Dickenson
26: The District Attorneys - I Can't Make the Distance You'll Have to Meet Me Halfway - This Is American Music

Monday, 13 January 2014

Gilded Palace Radio Show (Jan 13th 2014)

Welcome to the first show of 2014. Not only are there a clutch of great albums for this year already (Jason Eady, Chris Mills, Damien Jurado) but I also appear to have spent the holidays turning up fantastic records I missed in 2013... can't stop playing Shelby Earl, Brandy Clark and the latest Christian Kjellvander. And why haven't I listened to Matt The Electrician before now...?
No good music around nowadays? Don't you believe it for a minute!

On a more sombre note, the show kicks off with a tribute to Will Indian, who passed away a couple of days ago. Will played guitar for James 'Slim' Hand (and Cornell Hurd) and I was lucky enough to not only get to watch him play, but also to travel with him for a few days on James' debut UK tour. Fond memories of a search for "the ultimate balti" in Birmingham, me losing five Texans in full Western dress at Oxford M40 service station (they should have stuck out like a sore thumb, right?). He was a great guitar player and a good (and funny) man. Our thoughts are with his family and his (and our) friends Slim, Speedy and Rusty. There's a nice tribute over at Saving Country Music. RIP Will.

Finally, if you've ever had trouble streaming the show in the past, you'll be pleased to hear that the new Totally Radio site is now up and running. Not only does it feature a completely new look, but you can also stream ANY recent show directly from its own dedicated page. We're catching up :-) Even got a Facebook page...

Show available to listen at and featuring

1: James Hand - Mighty Lonesome Man (Hillgrass Bluebilly)
2: Matt The Electrician - It's A Beacon It's A Bell (
3: Shelby Earl - Swift Arrows (Spark And Shine)
4: Drag The River - Black In Bloom (Xtra Mile)
5: Brandy Clark - Just Like Him (Slate Creek)
6: Christian Kjellvander - The Trip (Tapete Records)
7: Mark Mcguire - In Search Of The Miraculous (Dead Oceans)
8: Ashtray Hearts - Hollow Heart (Free Election)
9: Chris Mills - Quiet Corners ( - UK TOUR FEB 2014
10: Glossary - Bitter Branch (Last Chance - reissued for 2014)
11: Fred Eaglesmith - Whip A Dog (AML)
12: Shinyribs - Take Me Lake Charles (Nine Mile Records)
13: The O's - You Are The Light (Electric Honey)
14: Jarrod Dickenson - Your Heart Belongs To Me (Jarrod Dickenson Music)
15: Damien Jurado - Silver Donna (Secretly Canadian)
16: Brinsley Schwarz - Hymn To Me (UA)
17: Malcolm Holcombe - Straight And Tall (Echo Mountain)
18: Amelia White - Old Postcard (White Wolf)
19: Jason Eady - OK Whiskey (Old Guitar)
20: Susan Cattaneo - Worth The Whiskey (Jersey Girl)
21: Frog Holler - Least Most Wanted (Zobird)
22: Fox And The Bird - When I Was Young (
23: Fox And The Bird - Wreck Of The Fallible (
24: Stevie Ray Latham - Melissa's Song (At The Helm)
25: Nathaniel Rateliff - Don't Get Too Close (Mod Y Vi)
26: Ron Sexsmith - Pennies From Heaven (Vanguard)
27: Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors - Rooftops (Magnolia Music)

Monday, 11 November 2013

Gilded Palace Radio Show (Nov 11th 2013)

Brand new Drag The River tracks (two of 'em!), brand new Chris Mills… and brand new Joel RL Phelps. Is it Christmas already?!

Listen now at (try out the 'beta player': use the link on the TR home page and scroll through to 'Gilded Palace') 

Drag The River - Witchita Skyline - Xtra Mile
Drag The River - Not That Kind - Xtra Mile
New Country Rehab - Lizzy Dying Of A Broken Heat - Kelp Records
Chris Mills - When We Were Young - Loud Romantic
Richard Buckner - Surrounded - Merge
Mark Eitzel - Decibels and Little Pills - Decor
Villareal - Low Cloud Revisits - Numbskull
Danny & The Champions Of The World - Stay True - Loose
Joel RL Phelps & The Downer Trio - Exiting the Garden - Damnably
Barton Carroll - Avery County I'm Bound To You - Skybucket
The Tillers - I Gotta Move (feat. JD Wilkes) - Muddy Roots Music
Jellyfish - The King Is Half - Undressed (acoustic) - Omnivore
The Jamie Freeman Agreement - Steel Away - Union Music
David Newbould - Don't Give Up On Love - David Newbould
Eric Taylor - Molly's Painted Pony - Ruby Blue
Downtown Mystic - Everything - Sha - La Music
Allison Brown - Something Holy -
Pert Near Sandstone - The Story of You Me & Your Mama - Per Near Music
John Parkes - Lincolnshire - AAZ
Morning Bride - The North Sea - Imprint Records
Kreg Viesselman - Tin Cups - Continental Song City
Yarn - Clay Pigeons -
The Sadies - So Much Blood - Yep Roc
Michael Meeking And The Lost Souls - Are You Listening? - At The Helm
Bonehoof - Peggy Powler - Bonehoof

Friday, 8 November 2013

Gilded Palace Radio Show (Nov 8th 2013)

Already a tremendous year for and Americana releases (The Rockingbirds, John Moreland, Willard Grant Conspiracy), competition for the Festive Fifteen 2013 just got tougher with the release of the new album by Canadian maestros, The Sadies. They have long been Gilded Palace favourites, and indisputably one of the greatest live bands around. 

Over the last couple of albums, they have started to produce records that demonstrated a maturity of songwriting beyond the stunning slick instrumentals and fiery cover versions they had made their trademark. And, now, with Internal Sounds, I really believe they have cracked the formula that marries the power of their live sound with some really strong self-penned songs, not to mention a production job from Dallas Good that showcases the band’s talent at its highest point yet. And this in a year when they also found time to contribute to their kin-folk project, The Good Family Album – they look apparently unstoppable!

For many years, we’ve told people they are *the* band to see on stage: Internal Sounds marks them out as a band to be reckoned with on record too. The album’s out now on Yep Roc, with UK and European shows planned for the spring of 2014. Can’t wait to see them again…

Gilded Palace Radio Show - playlist until November 11th 2013

The Sadies - Another Tomorrow Again - Yep Roc
Barton Carroll - Every Little Bit Hurts - Skybucket
Mark Eitzel - What the World Holds Together - Décor
Ha Ha Tonka - The Past Has Arms - Bloodshot
Have Gun, Will Travel - Silver and the Age of Opulence - This Is American Music
Will Johnson - Little Raider (Fuel/Friends Music Blog session) -
Mike Gangloff- Queen Of The Earth, Child Of The Skies - Blackest Rainbow
Jadea Kelly - Powell River - Darth Jadea
The High Bar Gang - Sinners - True North
Yarn - Lay Down Your Lovin Heart - yarnmusic
Erich McMann - Keep Me Lovin You - erichmcmann
Jonn Prine - It's a Big Old Goofy World - Oh Boy!
Tim Grimm - Blame It On The Dog - Cavalier
Annie Lou - Take Your Leg Off Mine - Annie Lou Music
John Paul Keith - Everything's Different Now - Big Legal Mess
My Darling Clementine - Let's Be Unhappy - Continental Song City
Asheligh Flyyn - New Angel in Heaven - Home Perm
Scott Cook - You Don't Find Out in the End – Groove Revival
Stephen Fearing - The Half - Life Of Childhood - Lowden Proud
Session Americana - Gold Mine - Continental Song City
Sage & The Saints - Would I Run – Sage Music
Bo Porter - It Ain't Like My Baby - Holy Smokes
Jerry Paquette - Back Porch Blues - Raincoast Music
The Snakes - The Last Train - Bucketfull Of Brains
Michael Meeking And The Lost Souls - Ride On - At The Helm
The Tillers - Tecumseh on the Battlefield - Muddy Roots

Listen now at (try out the 'beta player': use the link on the TR home page and scroll through to 'Gilded Palace') 
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