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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.
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Galactic, Big Ol’ Dirty Bucket and Joe Marcinek bring the funk and jazz to this week’s episode, while Ronnie Penque, Leftover Salmon, Slightly Stoopid and Cousin Fungus keep us in the margins of classic jam sounds.
Take the drum circles from Mali and the Congo, add in roots music from Kentucky and bluegrass from Tennessee, and heighten it all with the sounds of Jazz, and you got one helluva jam session.
When you’re with these partiers, even Salt Lake City turns into the wildest place on earth.
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.
New music from Ghost Town Blues Band plus some new bands for this host—Joe Marcinek Band and Leftover Salmon. Plus, two of my favorites—Broken Social Scene and Vetiver.
New Marco Benevento, Amendola cs. Blades, Twin Peaks, Longriver and live Wood Brothers, plus so much more.
Ronnie Penque interview, new Tweed and Altered Five. Plus some great sounds from Lotuspool.
Covering different sounds of American music with Ronnie Penque, Marco Benevento, the Suneaters, Keller Williams, Great American Taxi and more.
One shot of Labor and one shot of Love from this week’s musical guests of Jam Session.
New cuts by the Wood Brother and Amendola vs. Blades plus a lot of live, soothing sounds.
Fresh collabs from CATS w/ Joe Russo and Fluid Foundation w/ SS. It’s a Slightly Stoopid inspired setlist.
HB Karl W. Davis! One of Chris Robinson’s best in a long time. And a push to the edge of the jam genre.
Late night summer drive music, where the solo keeps you truckin’.
A wide range of first-taste Widespread Panic to brand new sounds from the Republic of Congo.
New Music from Sarah Bethe Nelson and Richard Reed Parry, Long Island Jam Bands, and some women-centric jams for the wife.
A look at the annual Santa Cruz Mountain Sol Festival featuring Bob Weir and Wolf Bros, Turkuaz, Achilles Wheel, and more.
Gov’t Mule makes their Outlaw Music Festival debut, Lettuce preps for a new album, and Roots of Creation goes ska.
Welcoming Asheville, North Carolina’s jamband the Snozzberries to the Jam Session family today!
Taking a peek at this year’s Summer Meltdown, Pilgrimage and Petaluma Music Festival
Jam Session favorites TAUK and Kung Fu will headline the 16th annual Camp Euforia Music Festival in Lone Tree, Iowa.
Welcoming instrumental jam band Cousin Fungus to the Jam Session family today with a 3-track spotlight
International Orange joins the Jam Session family and Seth Walker puts out a new album this Friday with Royal Potato Family
Special highlights on the kickass lineups of the 19th annual FloydFest in July, as well as the inaugural BeachLife Festival in Los Angeles in May
Both the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and SweetWater 420 Fest recently revealed their 2019 lineups which include performances from Jam Session favorites like Rubblebucket, Widespread Panic, Turkuaz and BIG Something. We’re featuring those artists this week, in addition to new music spotlights on the Joe Marcinek Band and Robert Walter’s 20th Congress, two artists with amazing new albums out now. We’re also checking in with Papadosio, who kick off their Spring Tour in mid-March in Covington, Kentucky
Three-track spotlight on the new album from the Joe Marcinek Band titled “JM3”
Spotlight on two of our favorite festivals, the 2019 Electric Forest and FloydFest
Spotlight on the new album from Lotus, plus initial festival lineup reveals for Cali Roots, DelFest, and more

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