Attached is a link to our set list from our best of 2015 show yesterday. Thank you for listening!
Next week our good friend Tom Gilliam of Ghost Town Silence joins us with his top releases of 2015 and we continue the conversation about music released in 2015. Seems appropriate for the first show of 2016. We are still collecting listener’s best of 2015 lists that we will share here soon! Send your lists to drjwudr on gmail, twitter or on our facebook group or radio show page!
There was so much great music in 2015 that we are planning on two back to back radio shows celebrating that music! We will even be joined by some special guests! We will have our list of some of the most interesting music from 2015 — well, at least for Dr. J and Mrs Dr. J but we think that we will have at least a few things you will enjoy!
We also had some new music from Me & Mountains – a few sneak peeks at their upcoming record ‘Gold’ which included the title track and a fantastic tune in The Only Way To Be. The later tune written by a father to his young son. There was also new music from Good English who had a big year in 2015 as well as a few peeks at the new Manray record. There were many fantastic live shows that we will have to discuss as well
This was a year that gave us new music from outside of Dayton too! For music lovers across genres there was some great music from: The Bottlerockets, Lightouts, The Decemberists, Mittenfields, Bad Bad Hats, Low, My Morning Jacket, Ryan Adams, Sleater-Kinney, Sea of Bees, Jason Isbell, Timeshares, Steve Earle & The Dukes, Ultimate Painting, Turbo Fruits, Wilco, Mikal Cronin, Waxahatchee, Varsity, Father John Misty, The Worriers, Pocket Panda, White Reaper, Twin River, a live records from The Drive-By Truckers and The Jayhawks and a fantastic 20th anniversary re-release from Son Volt.
So, join us as we celebrate some terrific music from 2015 beginning this coming Tuesday on WUDR from 3-6pm (e)!
This Springfield, Missouri indie band has been making some of the smartest indie pop since the early 2000’s. The High Country marks their return after two years. And while the lineup has changed a bit with the departure of one of the band’s principal songwriters, John Robert Cardwell, Phil Dickey capably took over all main vocals and wrote some catchy indie powerpopish shoe gaze.
Take a peek/listen at one of the reasons that we loved this record!