Our apologies but we have to take one more Sunday off this weekend. Instead of a live show, we will be playing back our Aug. 11th program featuring Austin singer/songwriter Jimmy LaFave. It was a great show and if you missed it the first time, you can experience it this Sunday morning as it was meant to be experienced.
Austin's Jimmy LaFave was in town for a house concert and we got to sit down to talk to Jimmy about his latest album and his love for Woody Guthrie. Here is what Wikipedia says about Jimmy LaFave:
LaFave crafted a musical style called Red Dirt music and became a disciple of the state's most famous folk musician: Woody Guthrie. LaFave is an Advisory Board member and regular performer at the annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival. In 1996 he received the Kerrville Folk Festival songwriter of the year award and appeared on the TV show Austin City Limits. He has recorded 15 albums and his 2007 release, Cimarron Manifesto, reached the No. 1 mark on the Americana Music Association album chart. In 2012, LaFave released the studio album Depending On The Distance.
Hope you'll join us this Sunday for a reprise of our acoustic session with Jimmy LaFave. For more about Jimmy LaFave, click HERE.