Today’s Lost Music Saloon brings you two hours of Saloon-approved new music. I’ll also be giving away two tickets to go see the band Lucero in Charlottesville this Friday, June 30. So tune in for some good new songs, and stay close to your phone for an opportunity to see some good live music!

Lost Music Saloon: PLAYLIST: June 26, 2017: 5-7 p.m.: All New Music

Micah Schnabel: American Throwaway: Your New Norman Rockwell
Janie Barnett & Blue Room: Buy That Thing: You See This River
Dan Mills: Spinnin’ the Cowboys: Something Good
Jim Lauderdale: No Right Way to be Wrong: London Southern
Kasey Chambers w/Paul Kelly: Hey: Dragonfly
Brent Cowles: 9th & Lafayette: Cold Times EP

Adam Ezra Group: Life of a Thief: Hurricane Wind
Sarah Jane Scouten: Bang Bang: When the Bloom Falls From the Rose
Chuck Berry: Wonderful Woman: Chuck
Jeff Tweedy: I Am Trying to Break Your Heart: Together at Last

Steve Earle & the Dukes: News From Colorado: So You Wannabe an Outlaw
Banditos: Visionland: Visionland
Steve McCormick: Say a Prayer for New York City: The Tripping Years EP
Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires: Whitewash: Youth Detention
Gold Star: Come With Me: Big Blue
Sam Amidon: Blackbird: The Following Mountain

The Mojo Gurus: Fifty Miles: Gone
Terry Anderson: Eat My Dust: Jimmy’s Arcade
The Isley Brothers & Santana: Total Destruction of Your Mind: single
Slaid Cleaves: Little Guys: Ghost on the Car Radio

Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie: Red Sun: s/t
The Cash Box Kings: Build That Wall: Royal Mint
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit: Cumberland Gap: The Nashville Sound
Ron Pope: Work: Work
Jefferson Ross: ’77 Lime Green Cadillac Hearse: Live at Hillbilly Haiku
Filthy Friends: Any Kind of Crowd: Invitation

Live in Charlottesville @ The Jefferson on Friday, June 30 @ 7:30/8:30:
– Lucero: Went Looking For Warren Zevon’s Los Angeles

Nicole Rayy: Fireproof: Fireproof
Jerry Douglas: Cavebop: What If
Scott Fab: Lucky: Leave My Friends

Garry, DJ
Lost Music Saloon
WRIR 97.3 FM
Richmond, Virginia
www.wrir.org

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    There aren’t many people sadder than a country-western singer. On tonight’s Mood Indigo, we’ll dive into some twangin’ blue numbers from the 50s, 60s, and 70s.  If you feel like tappin’ your toes and letting those tears flow, this show is for you.

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    The longest day of the year was Wednesday; I hope you sacrificed a goat or a small child or something to mark the occasion. To mark the occasion here on the Breakfast Blend I’ve bring you more summer and beach themed music. Enjoy! Princess Beet Farmer

    170 June 23rd, 2017

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    Greetings,

    This week has been a bit heavy. The line-up for this July’s WRIR and The Commonwealth of Notions Presents was announced via Dust Up Magazine. The initial support for the event is greatly appreciated and we will have a number of weeks to prepare for the seventh volume of this festival.

    More importantly, a long standing Richmond institution called it a day. After 31 years, Video Fan has shut it’s doors. As someone who spent their teenage years working in a similar storefront, it’s a sad day for the community to see a mainstay in the community reach it’s conclusion. Nonetheless, today’s program will be an exploration of music that I identify with cinematic-ally. This will include songs that are from several of my favorite movies and a number of songs from bands in town that share similar qualities.

    I hope you enjoy the set and RIP Video Fan.

    Look below for the playlist!

    As Always, Thanks for Tuning In and Supporting All Things Local!

    120 June 22nd, 2017

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    TONIGHT…THE SCORE FROM…THE FIFTH ELEMENT!!!

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    Welcome to the 13th Anniversary edition of the Lost Music Saloon! The very first Lost Music Saloon show went out over WRIR’s webstream (back before we were even on the air) on June 18, 2004. I had never done any radio of any kind before, but had recently moved to the Richmond area and was looking to try something new. I pitched a program to then-brand-new WRIR that centered around alternative-country music, but included roots rock, modern folk, singer-songwriters, and bits of blues, Tex-Mex, Irish & all things twang. The Lost Music Saloon first began airing on Friday evenings, but soon thereafter I agreed to move my show to Mondays from 5:00-7:00 p.m. when the station started putting together a “Roots Music Monday” line-up of shows. And Monday is where the Saloon has remained for the 13 years since.

    As my way of marking that 13th anniversary, I’m re-creating my very first show done back in 2004 for your enjoyment today. Thanks for listening, and for helping WRIR become the truly independent, non-commercial, community radio success story that it is today.

    Lost Music Saloon: PLAYLIST: June 19, 2017: 13th Anniversary Show!

    01) Backsliders: Throwin’ Rocks at the Moon: Throwin’ Rocks at the Moon/Mammoth
    02) Old 97’s (duet with Exene Cervenka): Four Leaf Clover: Too Far To Care/Elektra
    03) Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers: Jack vs. Jose: Honky Tonk Union/ Emma Java
    04) Scott Miller: Dear Sarah: Thus Always To Tyrants/Sugar Hill
    05) Highwaymen: The Road Goes On Forever: Road Goes On Forever/ Liberty
    06) Steve Earle: Billy and Bonnie: I Feel Alright/WB
    07) Loretta Lynn (duet with Jack White): Portland, Oregon: Van Lear Rose/Interscope
    08) Robbie Fulks (duet with Kelly Willis): Parallel Bars: Very Best Of Robbie Fulks/Bloodshot
    09) Beaver Nelson: Landed In the Mud: The Last Hurrah/Freedom
    10) Joe Ely: Gallo Del Cielo: Letter to Laredo/MCA
    11) Son Volt: Tear-Stained Eye: Trace/WB
    12) Wilco: Box Full of Letters: A.M./Sire
    13) Whiskeytown: Houses On the Hill: Strangers Almanac/Outpost
    14) Ray Charles: 3/4 Time: Complete C&W Recordings/Rhino
    15) Ray Charles (w/Hank Williams, Jr.): Two Old Cats Like Us: Complete C&W Recordings/Rhino
    16) Ted Hawkins: There Stands the Glass: Next Hundred Years/Geffen
    17) Cornershop: Good to be on the Road Back Home: When I Was Born For the 7th Time/Luaka Bop
    18) Jimmie Dale Gilmore: Just a Wave: Spinning Around the Sun/Elektra
    19) Colin Gilmore: Good Times Stay: The Day The World Stopped/ Squirm
    20) Billy Joe Shaver: Blood Is Thicker Than Water: Earth Rolls On/New West
    21) Continental Drifters: Matty Groves: Listen, Listen/Blue Rose
    22) Terry Allen: After the Fall: Human Remains/Sugar Hill
    23) Terry Allen: Ain’t No Top 40 Song: Salivation/Sugar Hill
    24) Yayhoos: What Are We Waiting For: Fear Not the Obvious/Bloodshot
    25) Marlee MacLeod: Mata Hari Dress: Vertigo/TRG
    26) Lyle Lovett: Give Back My Heart: Pontiac/MCA
    27) Mark Germino: Rex Bob Lowenstein: Radartown/BMG

    Closer:
    The Gourds: Steeple Full of Swallows: Noble Creatures

    Garry, DJ
    Lost Music Saloon
    WRIR 97.3 FM
    Richmond, Virginia
    www.wrir.org

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