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Part two of a two part series as we look back at the top Jam releases of 2019.
Part one of a two part series as we look back at the top Jam releases of 2019.
Before we count down the Top 20 form 2019, let’s take a week to appreciate the men who started at all.
New Wood Brothers and Benevento, revisiting the Summer of 2019 with Fruit Bats, Upstate and Night Moves, and classic McGee, Panic and Leftover Salmon.
New music by the Kitchen Dwellers, more Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad and first-time features by Tristan Israel and the Jitterbug Vipers.
New music from The Wood Brothers. Great piano from Clayton Doley and Greg Schatz. Mike Montrey, Dangermuffin, Elephant Revival and much more.
Great keyboard work from MMB, John Popper led Blues Traveler and Brother’s Keeper, a jazz/reggae/ska mix from Robert Walter’s 20th Congress, Back on the Train, and Bim Skala Bim, and the great American sounds of Robert Earl Thomas.
New music from the Kitchen Dwellers, some heavy metal sounds from Umphrey McGee, and a real “feel-good” start to the show with CRB and The Big Happy.
Drunken Hearts’ new album ‘Wheels of the City’ plus some ALO and Big Something. Organ solos gets some attention in the second half of the show.
Jam Bands in the purest form. Playing the classics all episode with SCI, moe., Slightly Stoopid, Blues Traveler, Widespread Panic and more.
New Music from Sarah Bethe Nelson and Richard Reed Parry, Long Island Jam Bands, and some women-centric jams for the wife.
A new host. A new feel. A new year. A new country.