Trail Mix | January 2016

first_img 3:53 Ocean and Sea Bird Dog 4:58 3:08 All I Ever Wanted Sam Means Audio PlayerMichael ClemJohn DonneUse Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.00:000:00 / 3:22 5:06 2:50 5:05 2:30 If I Should Fall From Grace With God Deer Tick 5:18 3:22 Oh Now Nathaniel Bellows 1:58 When We Were Young The Winterlings Southern Railroad Blues Lew Card 4:12 4:06 Riverside Stone Cupid Love In The Smokies Seven Handle Circus Back To You Battleme 3:50 It’s a brand new month in a brand new year, and that can only mean that Trail Mix has a brand new set of tunes ready for you.Of course we do! And it’s a mix most worthy of kicking off 2016.Featured this month is “Magic Hour,” a brand new track from Aoife O’Donovan. The former lead singer of the masterful acoustic band Crooked Still returns with her second solo release, In The Magic Hour, later this month. O’Donovan is joined by such acoustic stalwarts as Chris Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sarah Jarosz, and this record, her second on the always awesome Yeproc label, was produced by Grammy-nominated Tucker Martine, whose previous work includes projects with The Decemberists and Neko Case.Another exciting inclusion this month is from long time Trail Mix faves Deer Tick. Their take on The Pogues’ “If I Should Fall From Grace With God” is part of a compilation from Bloodshot Records called Bloodshot Six Pack To Go: Working Songs For The Drinking Class. Other artists included in the project are, among others, Trail Mix alums like Banditos, Dale Watson, The Yawpers, Elizabeth Cook, Joe Pug, and J.P. Harris & The Tough Choices.Also featured this month are brand new tracks from Battleme, Lew Card, The Winterlings, Bird Dog, Swaying Wires, Brooke Waggoner, Stone Cupid, Chris Storrow, Seven Handle Circus, Coldair, Sam Means, Cross Record, Ron Pope & The Nighthawks, Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands, Nathaniel Bellows, and the Mike Farley Band.Be sure to stay tuned to the Trail Mix blog this month. On tap are chats with Michael Clem, long time bassist and singer for Eddie From Ohio, The Cactus Blossoms, and a show preview and ticket giveaway for Travis Book and Jon Stickley’s performance at The Down Home in Johnson City, Tennessee, on January 21st.And if you are still looking for a New Year’s resolution, how about this one – I will get out there and support the amazing artists I discover on Trail Mix. Buy a couple records. Go see a show or two. Turn a friend on to a great tune you have heard right here. These artists will appreciate it. Won’t You Come And Sing For Me Laurie Lewis And The Right Hands 2:23 Take Me Home Ron Pope John Donne Michael Clem 2:56 Raised the Bar Chris Storrow Nowhere Swaying Wires Denounce Coldair Embed Clown Collector The Cactus Blossoms Widow Maker Brooke Waggoner 3:07 Magic Hour Aoife O’Donovan Rain Mike Farley Band 4:18 3:40 4:14 Copy and paste this code to your site to embed. last_img read more

Charlie Lake house fire tied to incident in Fort St. John

first_imgPhoto:  A home in Charlie Lake has been completely destroyed by fire – Adam Reaburn/Energeticcity.ca- Advertisement -The Fort St. John RCMP continues to investigate a house fire in Charlie Lake last weekend. The cause is still under investigation, but the RCMP believe the fire was intentionally set and connected to a dispute in Fort St. John earlier that night.Corporal Steve Perret says they believe it all started at residence on 101 avenue.[asset|aid=3123|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=4a9682045b88d59bae6b3afc96bc7d35-Perret – house fire_1_Pub.mp3] The RCMP have a suspect in the case and hope to make an arrest soon. It’s believed both incidents may have been caused by a tenancy dispute as the property in Charlie Lake was a rental.The fire started shortly before 10pm on Saturday August 21st, at a home on Charlie Lake Crescent. Fire crews from both Fort St. John and Charlie Lake were called to the fire which destroyed the home.Advertisementlast_img read more