Our Corner of the Rock 'n' Roll Life
Boston, Gary Cherone, Nuno Bettencourt, NEMS, New England Music Scrapbook Newsletter.
Instruments: banjo, banjo player, acoustic bass, electric bass, string bass, upright bass, bass player, bassist, dobro player, drummer, drums, fiddle, fiddle player, fiddler, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, guitar player, guitarist, harmonica, harp, keyboardist, keyboards, mandolin, mandolinist, multi-instrumentalist, organ, organist, percussion, percussionist, pianist, piano, piano player, saxophone, saxophonist, singer, songwriter, pedal steel guitar, pedal steel guitarist, synthesizer, violin, violinist, vocals, vocalist.
States: Connecticut, Conn, CT, Maine, ME, Massachusetts, Mass, MA, New Hampshire, N.H., NH, Rhode Island, R.I., RI, Vermont, VT.
Styles, genres: alt folk, alternative folk, alt country, alternative country, alt rock, alternative rock, bluegrass, country and western, country music, country rock, country-rock, country western, folk singer songwriter, folk singer-songwriter, fusion, jazz, rhythm and blues, rhythm n blues, rock and roll, rock n roll, roots music, roots rock, roots-rock, string band, stringband, swing band.
ECHOJANES: P J Brown, Marie Forman, Colleen Mercier, Sarah Salerno, Janice Warkowski, Out of the Mouths of JANES, Connecticut.
ELEVATORS: Frontline (LP, Arista AB 4270, 1980), Northampton MA, Pioneer Valley, Western Mass., Western Massachusetts.
MARK ERELLI: .
THE MEMORIAL HALL RECORDINGS: "The Memorial Hall Recordings" (CD, Signature Sounds Recordings SIG 1271, 2002). Index: "Call You Home", "Devil's Train", "Fine Time of Year", "Help Me Find a Way To Say Goodbye", "Hillbilly Pilgrim", Western Massachusetts Pioneer Valley, singer-songwriter, "What's Changed?", WRSI-FM (The River) out of Northampton Massachusetts.
HILLBILLY PILGRIM: "Hillbilly Pilgrim" (CD, Signature Sounds Recordings SIG 1281, 2003). The Spurs: Frankie Blandino, steel guitar; Rich Dubois, fiddle. Index: "Ain't No Time of Year To Be Alone", "Brand New Baby", C&W, Country and Western, Enfield Massachusetts, Lorne Entress, "The Farewell Ball", "I'll Always Return" from his debut album, "Let's Make a Family", Medford Massachusetts, "My Best Was Just Not Good Enough for You", Reading Massachusetts, rockabilly, "Troubadour Blues", "Trouble" duet with Erin McKeown, Western swing, "Why Should I Cry" from "Compass and Companion".
EDNA JEAN PHILBRICK: Heartless and Cruel b/w Married Man (45, Hurricane, n.d.) by E J and the Wild Country Band, Clair Marlo, Clara Werse.
The Boston Globe, CD Baby, Paste Magazine, Signature Sounds Recordings.
The Greenfield Recorder Diversions section Sounds Local column.
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