Lee Ann, TLC in the Morning

Love the sunshine blue skies, but the rain is just as pleasing. Half of TLC in the Morning. Get it? Tim Lee Camp.

Jul 212014


Amanda Shires, Jason Isbell (courtesy of NoDepression.com)

Amanda Shires, Jason Isbell scheduled to play Dauphin Island SeaGrass festival (picture courtesy of NoDepression.com)

Tune in for chances to win tickets this week (7/21/14) with TLC in the Morning.

Dauphin Island’s SeaGrass Music Festival is set for August 30 and spotlights some strong Southern Artists:

  • Jason Isbell
  • Amanda Shires
  • Marc Broussard
  • Lisa Mills
  • Ryan Balthrop
  • more to be announced.

Tickets are $25, available online from eventbrite.com. Children 9 and younger will be admitted free.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase; outside food and drink are not allowed.
For more information on the South Mobile County Tourism Authority, visit visitSoMo.com or call 251-861-8747.

Jul 172014

Underhill Family Orchestra





The Underhill Family Orchestra is a rowdy, warpaint-wearing, arm-swingin’-foot-stompin’ 6-piece Rock-and-Roll//Americana outfit from the Alabama Delta. Since their formation in 2009, these twenty-somethings have produced two albums worth of music and played all over the southeast and the midwest bringing their sound, which mixes gypsy//jazz//folk//spiritual//soul//rock-and-roll and other surprises, to the ears and hearts of thousands of people.”We have spent half a decade making sure that we can book our own tours, make our own merch, be our own PR people and still have fun making music we enjoy.”
As the band makes its march into a new year, they hope to bring an even bigger impact and take their sound, which “will make you want to paint your face, forget your age, and kiss a friend, (Luke Buckley//AL.com, Mobile Press-Register)” and their stage show which “defies convention and takes folk rock to strange and idyllic places. A show you won’t soon forget, (Buckley)” to further heights.They hope to come play in your town so you can join in on the experience that is The Underhill Family Orchestra.

jeremy- drums/guitar/vocals
brian- guitar/bass/vocals
joelle- tambourine/vocals


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Jul 172014
92ZEW FREE SHOW – New Artist Showcase — Tuesday, July 22 – Southern Napa, Daphne
92ZEW presents Max Frost, free show Southern NapaABOUT MAX FROST

There are a few things you should know about musician, producer and songwriter Max Frost. He developed his eclectic style of music playing in various projects throughout his teen years. Max became a musician when he was eight, learning guitar simply because music was always around him and he loved it. He started playing shows at 12 and collaborated with a diverse array of artists like Austin icon Bob Schneider and hip-hop MC/producer Kydd. After hearing musicians like Erykah Badu and D’Angelo in his late teens, Max began incorporating hip-hop elements into his blues-inspired stylings, interested in the idea of combining modern rhythms with classic vintage tones in his music.

In September 2012 Frost decided to leave the University of Texas-Austin, where he was studying English, to pursue his solo career. The musician released a single, “White Lies,” a boisterous number that expresses the feeling of paranoia one finds in a relationship and reflects that aching fear of betrayal, in April 2013. The track hit No. 1 on The Hype Machine?s “Most Popular Tracks on Blogs Now” in April and May, and Max suddenly found himself with a far greater audience than Austin, TX. Max channeled the song?s success into the creation of his debut EP, Low High Low, out in October. For the musician, the EP is an opportunity to showcase the way he pulls in aspects of various styles, from blues to funk to electro to hip-hop to pop, and fuses them together in a new way.

Max Frost

“The songs all connect to polar emotional states in life – highs and lows – giving the EP its name,” Max says. “This basic pattern is reflected in the content of the songs and the moods of the melodies. The theme continues in the production aesthetics of low-fi and high-fi, which will continue as the basic concept in my music into my upcoming LP. I hope the songs give a rounded representation of the music I’ve made in the past as well as a window into what I plan to create for the future. I’m influenced by many genres so I wanted to create an introduction that displayed diversity but also had coherence.”

The music itself, as heard on Low High Low, is dynamic and innovative, a new way of capturing classic sonic ideas. It’s also a way for Max to find peace and meaning in the world, and to channel his own experiences into some relatable. There is distinct sense that the listeners can insert themselves into Max?s songs, which is perhaps the most important thing you should know about him.

“A good song is 95 percent of complete thought,” Max says. “A small part of it should be left vague and incomplete because that’s where a listener projects in their own life and their understanding of how it fits as a whole for them. I want to leave space in my music for the other person to project what they’ve lived. That’s true of my new EP and it will be true of my forthcoming album.”


Jul 172014
Johnny Winter performing at NOLA Jazz Fest (Photo: John Davisson, Invision, via AP)

Johnny Winter performing at NOLA Jazz Fest (Photo: John Davisson, Invision, via AP)

Johnny Winter, Texas blues-rock icon (and brother of Edgar Winter), was famous for his blazing ‘70s live shows and was hailed by ‘Rolling Stone’ as one of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time.
70-year-old Winter was found dead in his Zurich, Switzerland hotel room. He was on a world tour.

Read more at USA Today.

Jul 142014
Mobile’s true concert connection, 92ZEW, is pleased to welcome modern concert legends, Widespread Panic, to the Mississippi Coast Coliseum October 12.

Tickets on sale this Friday, July 18, but you can win them before they’re on sale. Tune in for your chance this week with TLC in the Morning and in the 5:00 Traffic Jam with Gene.

Also up for grabs in the Gumbo Shop with Pablo, tickets to the Mobile Symphony’s Music of Whitney Houston (July 24, Saenger Theatre) and in the 3:30 Theme Park the Willie Nelson’s new CD, Band of Brothers, and a gift card to the River Shack beneath Dog River Bridge.

Widespread Panic Website

Widespread Panic on Ticketmaster


Jul 092014

Pink Floyd can confirm that they are releasing a new album, The Endless River, in October 2014. It is an album of mainly ambient and instrumental music based on the 1993/4 Division Bell sessions which feature David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. The album is produced by David Gilmour with Phil Manzanera, Youth and recording engineer Andy Jackson. Work is still in progress, but more details to come at the end of the summer.

More info — PinkFloyd.com

Jul 082014

Tedeschi Trucks Band


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Derek Trucks – Guitar
Susan Tedeschi – Guitar & Vocals
Kofi Burbridge – Keyboards & Flute
Tyler Greenwell – Drums & Percussion
J.J. Johnson – Drums & Percussion
Mike Mattison – Harmony Vocals
Mark Rivers – Harmony Vocals
Kebbi Williams – Saxophone
Maurice Brown – Trumpet
Saunders Sermons – Trombone
Tim Lefebvre – Bass Guitar

Some risks are worth taking. When Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi decided three years ago to dispense with their much-loved individual bands and pool their talents, they had no way of knowing what the public reaction might be to the new hybrid. They found out quickly enough when Revelator, Tedeschi Trucks Band’s 2011 studio debut, excited their sizable, devoted fan bases and the movers and shakers of the music industry alike, landing TTB both a Best Blues Album Grammy and a Blues Music Award for Album of the Year. Their live followup, Everybody’s Talkin’—documenting what many were already regarding as one of the most superb concert acts around not even two years into their existence—continued that forward momentum and picked up a Blues Music Award for Best Rock Blues Album (Susan, Derek and TTB itself each took home separate Blues Music Awards in 2012 as well).

Now, with the release of Made Up Mind (Sony Masterworks, August 20, 2013), there isn’t a shred of doubt that Susan Tedeschi, her husband and creative collaborator, Derek Trucks, and their superb bandmates are on to something—something very big.

For Derek and Susan, TTB’s strength in numbers—the band presently comprises 11 members—virtually guaranteed that a wide range of influences would steer the music to new, previously unexplored places. That diversity is evident throughout Made Up Mind. “I felt that with the personnel in this band, it was just a matter of time before all of these ideas started leaking out,” says Trucks. “As things progress, and as the band grows, I think that is inevitable. But we had a lot of confidence that it was going to be really good right out of the gate.”

It took a while for that gate to swing open, but it was worth the wait. Derek and Susan didn’t want to rush into things, and paced themselves until they were certain that each musician they brought into the fold was an equal, someone who would elevate the band to new plateaus musically. Today, as the result of carefully building it from scratch, Tedeschi Trucks Band is nothing less than one big happy family, a traveling roots music circus of sorts, roving from town to town and pulling out all the stops along the way, never knowing just what will be the highlight of tonight’s show or which band member will be the one to shine in the next moment. Each member of TTB is a strong enough force to be a bandleader in his own right, but the chemical reaction that takes place when they all come together results in a mighty sound that’s even greater than the sum of its considerable parts.



Jul 082014

92ZEW and Huka Entertainment are proud to present the quintessential, 11-piece Southern outfit, Tedeschi Trucks Band, to play the Saenger Theatre September 11. Tedeschi Trucks Band Long time player in Mobile and now considered one of the country’s modern guitar legends, Derek Trucks and his jazzy wife Susan Tedeschi, are touring in support of their latest release Made Up Mind.   The 11-piece outfit recently wowed crowds at Bonnaroo’s Superjam session curated by Trucks. Some of the guests on stage included Ben Folds, Taj Mahal, and Chaka Kan, who did an amazing rendition of Led Zeppelin’s ‘What is and What Should Never Be.’  Check out the audio below. More details at Saenger Theatre here.
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Jul 022014
Mobile Museum of Art is looking for regional artist submissions for its upcoming exhibit, The Art & Design of Mardi Gras, which opens November 2014.

July 3 at 11:59pm is deadline for entries.

Click here for details on Mobile Museum of Art website.

mardi-cat-grasIn celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Mobile Museum of Art has partnered with the Mobile Carnival Museum and the History Museum of Mobile on a major exhibition of the creative enterprise that comprises our city’s annual spectacle of myth and revelry.
The Art & Design of Mardi Gras will open in early November 2014 and remain on view through the Spring of 2015.
Artists were invited to participate in the exhibition by submitting works that reflect their vision of Mardi Gras. Due to space limitations, only a limited number of contemporary works from local and regional artists will be selected for inclusion in the exhibition.

Jul 012014
Ryan Adams’ self-produced, self-titled new album out Sept. 9…. “Gimme Something Good” 7″ vinyl breaks Amazon records.

Pre-order now available itunes and Amazon.

Ryan Adams“Gimme Something Good” Becomes First 7” Single To Go #1 at Amazon.com Music Store

“… he doesn’t seem to have lost a songwriting step. This thing is a total knockout.”—STEREOGUM on “Gimme Something Good”

Ryan Adams has confirmed September 9 as the release date of Ryan Adams, his new album and first to be released on the combined Pax Am/Blue Note imprint. Produced by Adams himself at his own Pax Am Studios in Los Angeles, the eponymous new record is the NC-born singer/songwriter’s first full length since 2011’s acclaimed Ashes & Fire.

Now available for pre-order, Ryan Adams is preceded by the July 1 debut installment of the Pax Am 7” vinyl single series, “total knockout” (Stereogum) and album opener “Gimme Something Good.” At press time, the single, which also features non-LP B-side “Aching For More,” had hit #1 at the Amazon.com music store, marking the first time a physical single has ever been the store’s top-seller.

Pre-orders of Ryan Adams at iTunes will immediately receive an instant grat download of “Gimme Something Good.” The album’s track listing is as follows:

Gimme Something Good
Am I Safe
My Wrecking Ball
Stay With Me
Feels Like Fire
I Just Might
Tired Of Giving Up
Let Go

Adams has begun announcing headline dates in addition to his upcoming headline appearances July 25at the Newport Folk Festival and July 26 at the XPoNential Music Festival in Camden NJ. See below for additional dates and continue to check back at paxamrecords.com/ for further news, updates, etc.

07/22/14 – Portland, ME – State Theatre
07/23/14 – Burlington, VT – Flynn Center For Performing Arts
07/25/14 – Newport, RI – Newport Folk Festival
07/26/14 – Camden, NJ – XPoNential Music Festival at Susquehanna Bank Center
08/05/14 – Aspen, CO – Belly Up Aspen
08/07/14 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theater

Jun 272014
Mobile’s own crafter of tunes, Eric Erdman, writes more songs and launches Kickstarter Campaign to fund recording.

Eric Erdman, he writes the songs that make the whole world cry and/or laugh

Eric Erdman apparently rides the river of songs. They flow so quickly, one would think he was writing songs before walking.

Quality tales for a tune are quite elusive, but Eric not only catches them, he molds, moves and bends them into enduring art for the musically minded.   Travelling the world is a great source of stories, and Eric has written more than 20 songs after his travels.

This time, Eric wants to take it to a whole new level by recording in legendary Fame studios, Muscle Shoals to get that gritty old soul sound of so many legendary albums.

As we all know, some major players use that studio so it’s quite costly. So Eric launched a kickstarter campaign to get the funds for proper treatment of his songs.

You can help out by donating, even if it’s just a dollar. His goal is $15K by July 17 and he’s about halfway there at the moment. Let’s get together and help a Mobile Brother of Music out. With his talent, he’s bound to put Mobile somewhere on the musical map.

Here’s the kickstarter page to donate —>Eric Erdman’s New Songs Need some Muscle Shoals On Em

posted by:  Lee Ann Camp (TLC in the Morning), June 27

Jun 262014
Starting July 8, 2014, you’ll find 92ZEW’s local music spotlight at the new Laps on the Causeway.

One of 92ZEW’s reach for the beach contenders, Kaboom,  will be the first to play the new home for 2nd Tuesday.  Check out Laps for all of your food/fishing needs.  An upscale seafood restaurant, bait & tackle shop, seafood market, and more.


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Jun 262014
Robert Plant reveals “Rainbow” and new album details

Robert PlantRobert Plant has unveiled “Rainbow,” the first track to his forthcoming September 9 album lullaby and… The Ceaseless Roar and the first music released with his band The Sensational Space Shifters. The new self-produced project, his first since 2010′s Band of Joy, arrives via Nonesuch/Warner Brothers on September 9.
Plant describes the new album as “really a celebratory record, powerful, gritty, African, Trance meets Zep…” Nine of the album’s 11 songs were written by Plant and the band.
The Sensational Space Shifters include Justin Adams on various percussion including bendir and djembe and also guitar; John Baggott on keyboards, loops, moog bass and piano; Juldeh Camara on ritti (a single stringed fiddle); Billy Fuller on bass, drum programming and omnichord; Dave Smith on drums and Liam “Skin” Tyson on banjo and guitar.
Pre-order and more info at RobertPlant.com.

Ryan Adams Has Something Goodryan-adams-gimme-something-good

This morning (6/26) we got a sample of Adams’ new material and he’s given us something good. Coincidentally, the song is called “Give Me Something Good.” It is the first single from Ryan’s self-titled album, set for release Sept. 9. We’re not sure if the album includes Ryan’s recent cover of the Pointer Sisters’ “Neutron Dance” performed at a recent tech conference.
Adams plans to hit the road in the fall to support the new release.

Jun 242014
7Horse performed for 92ZEW Free Concert Series at the Hangout. They were so impressed by the area, they included it in a song.  (Pic by Michelle Stancil, MCS Pix)

7Horse performed for 92ZEW Free Concert Series at the Hangout. They were so impressed by the area, they included it in a song. (Pic by Michelle Stancil, MCS Pix)

The rockin’ duo 7Horse liked Gulf Shores so much they put it in a song.

Appearing two times on 92ZEW’s Free Concert Series, and the 2nd time, they surprised fans with a song that has Gulf Shores prominently displayed. At the time they were still working on all the pieces.

Turns out, it’s a real toe-tapper about travelling and the fondness of some places.  Finally we can all hear it. However, it was not included on the new record Songs for a Voodoo Wedding. But you can listen here or maybe hear it on 92.1 FM.

So, what do you think of the tune? Want to hear it more? 7Horse Pics & More on 92ZEW.net 7Horse Website 7Horse on Twitter

Jun 192014
Local artists will be gifting a large-scale piece to the City of Mobile Police Department.

Art-imageMobile Arts Council’s May exhibiting artists Benno Kollegger and Regina Doi Kollegger are gifting a large-scale painting to the Mobile Police Department as a thank you for all the great work they do for the community.

The presentation will take place at the Central Events office (320 Dauphin Street) this Friday, June 20th at 10 AM.

The painting will be on temporary display there, then moved to its permanent home at the Traffic Division located in the Western Administration Complex.


For info :  MobileArts.org

Mobile Arts Council

318 Dauphin Street

Mobile, AL 36606

(251) 432-9796 ext. 8000




Jun 192014
okgo-treadmillsThe Titans of Treadmills, OK Go, are back at it, this time with optical illusionistic new video.

OK Go’s been known to make some outrageously compelling and innovative music videos to their songs, and the video for the brand new song, “The Writing’s on the Wall,” is no exception.  The visual is all about optical illusions.
According to Rolling Stone, the video took three weeks to assemble and 50 takes to get right. It uses mirrors, paint and camera angles to continually trick your eyes. The confusion is meant to symbolize the lyrics, which describe miscommunication in a relationship that’s falling apart.okgo-writing

Stylistically reminiscent of New Order/Joy Division.

The new album, Hungry Ghosts, is out in October.   More info at OKGo.net

If you’ve never seen the treadmills or rube goldberg videos, scroll down to watch

Check out OK Go’s youtube channel for plenty of eye/ear candy.
Here’s the video that made them into music video stars

The witty and brainy outfit came out with this mathematically brilliant Rube Goldberg inspired video a few years later. The timing of the numerous ‘machines’ is impeccable.  At the inaugural Hangout Music Festival, frontman Damian Kulash told us this video was done in one take.  While the final version does have a splice, it’s only because they wanted to incorporate another part of a different take (unfortunately, that’s all he told us as a torrential rain storm distracted us and we were evacuating the grounds when he arrived, lol). Nevertheless, check it out.
Who doesn’t like Rube Goldberg machines?


Fan video filmed at Hangout Festival 2010


Jun 192014

arctic-monkeysThe Arctic Monkeys have released a new video. It’s for their song “Snap Out of It” off their latest album, AM. The clip features a woman coming out of her swimming pool and sitting on a couch, crying and obsessing over handheld camera footage of the band in the studio. She also cooks a steak and dances around. Check out the visual at ArcticMonkeys.com.






Jun 172014
Green Day's Billie Jo Armstrong

Green Day’s Billie Jo Armstrong

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong played a very special show in Oakland, California on Thursday. The rocker performed with his son Joey, along with touring Green Day member Jason White, as a group called Two and a Half Men. According to Restless-Press.com, the set included Green Day songs like “99 Revolutions,” “Church on Sunday,” “2000 Light Years Away” and more. It’s a good thing Joey was on stage with Billie since the rocker told us he forgets about everything back at home while he’s performing (AUDIO). Fan filmed footage is available at Instagram.com/ArmstrongJoey.

Dave Grohl of  Foo Fighters, Hangout Festival 2012 (Dave Vann)

Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters, Hangout Festival 2012 (Dave Vann)

Foo Fighters agreed to play a show in Richmond, Virginia that was crowd-funded and organized without their knowledge. There was a campaign by local fans to sell tickets to a show that didn’t yet exist, with the hopes the group would see the interest and play their first gig in the city since 1998. Fourteen-hundred tickets sold at 50 bucks each and it worked because the band tweeted at the organizers, “See ya soon… let’s have a good time.” A venue and date has not yet been determined but you can learn more about the successful campaign at FooFightersRichmond.com.

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Jun 062014
John Oates, Larry Graham, Brittany Howard - Bonnaroo Super Jam 2013

John Oates, Larry Graham, Brittany Howard – Bonnaroo Super Jam 2013

You’ve heard of the Bonnaroo Superjams, right? One of the biggest musical highs one can experience. Here’s one from 2013 where the booties never stopped shakin’.


  • Jim James (My Morning Jacket)
  • Brittany Howard (alabama shakes)
  • John Oates (Hall & Oates)
  • Larry Graham (Sly & the Family Stone)
  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Later, R Kelly joins the band, later later Billy Idol jammed.

Jun 052014


The new songs aired on 92ZEW within the last week. Some may have played during specialty weekend programming, 92NEW, and Radio Avalon. Top 25 tracks are aired throughout the week.
Let us know your song opinions with the 92ZEW app, it’s free, there’s a running playlist, and you can rate each song up or down.

Jun 042014
South Alabama's own Willie Sugarcapps: (l-r) Corky Hughes, Will Kimbrough, Grayson Capps, Anthony and Savanna Crawford

South Alabama’s own Willie Sugarcapps: (l-r) Corky Hughes, Will Kimbrough, Grayson Capps, Anthony and Savanna Crawford

Willie Sugarcapps, Vienna Teng, Valerie June, The Bankesters, Pete Seeger, The Soul of John Black, I See Stars, Rabbit Rabbit, Sultans of String, Elizabeth Mitchell, Marcio Novelli and Fanfara Tirana Meets Transglobal Underground Are Among The 13th Independent Music Awards Winners

 Fan Online Voting Will Determine The 13th IMA Vox Pop Winners In addition to the judge-determined winners, music fans from around the world have until midnight Friday, July 18th to champion their favorite Nominees and determine The 13th IMA Vox Pop Winners by voting online at: IndependentMusicAwards.com

The fan-selected Winners will benefit from additional marketing support from The Independent Music Awards. To date more than 25,000 music fans have cast their votes in support of their favorite 13th IMA artists.

Willie Sugarcapps, Vienna Teng, Valerie June, The Bankesters, Pete Seeger, The Soul of John Black, I See Stars, Rabbit Rabbit, Sultans of String, Elizabeth Mitchell, Marcio Novelli and Fanfara Tirana Meets Transglobal Underground are among the exceptional self-released and independent label talent named today by Music Resource Group (MRG) as the judge-determined Winners of The 13th Independent Music Awards (The IMAs), the influential international awards program for independent bands and fans.

Willie Sugarcapps (photo:  Keith Necaise)

Willie Sugarcapps (photo: Keith Necaise)

The veteran artists and rising stars named as 13th IMA Winners in more than 80 Album, EP, Song, Music Producer, Music Video and Design categories were winnowed from thousands of submissions from around the globe, and were determined by a panel of influential artists and music industry executives.

Among the noteworthy achievements of the 13th IMA program, Vienna Teng won four categories, the most any artist has received in a given year. The self-proclaimed “chamber folk” artist was honored in the Adult Contemporary Album, A Cappella Song, Social Action Song and Pop Song categories. Mree, who bills herself as an emerging, experimental folk artist, and who is currently entrolled at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, received top honors in the Music Producer category for her sophomore album “Winterwell.” The judges cited the sophisticated soundscapes that cushion the songs among the reasons for honoring the album’s overall production.

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12thRadioKnown for championing original work by artists who follow their own muse, The IMAs provides Winners with performance, promotion and distribution opportunities that will place them in front of music supervisors, talent buyers, record label executives, and most importantly, fans worldwide. “While the number of outlets that promote new, independent music continues to grow, audiences that frequent these are splintered and don’t coalesce into a critical influencing group that artists once depended upon to achieve mainstream success,” said Martin Folkman, Executive Director of The Independent Music Awards. “The IMA program goal is to gain exposure for extraordinary self-released and independent label artists and their recent recordings.”

Artistry Has Its Awards For more than a decade artists and labels from around the world have found new fans and prominence through The Independent Music Awards. Produced by Music Resource Group, publisher of the popular industry contact database The Musician’s Atlas, The IMAs uses its unrivaled access to performance, promotion and distribution to connect Winners and Nominees to new audiences and revenue opportunities. The program receives submissions from artists previously on major labels as well as self-released and indie label talent from more than 70 countries on six continents. Submissions for The 13th Annual Independent Music Awards are currently being accepted at www.TheIndependentMusicAwards.com/submit.

See full list and more

May 282014
Google plans to have its driverless car road-ready in a couple years

Google plans to have its driverless car road-ready in a couple years

Google revealed it plans to build its own self-driving cars from the ground up.

Best of all, there’s more room for texting and/or applying make-up as there’s no steering wheel, accelerator or brakes. But, it does have more sensors in strategic spots than is possible in a regular vehicle. It is also equipped with a big “stop” button. In addition to all this tech, Google’s autonomous car includes internal power steering and power brakes.

So when can we get these easier modes of transportation? Google founder Sergey Brin says, “Within a couple of years, we’ll — if we’ve passed the safety metrics we’ve put in place, which is to be significantly safer than a human driver … have them on the road,” he said.

Google Unveils Self-Driving Car Prototype – Mashable.com

May 262014
NeedtoBreathe, the 1975′s, Bastille, Avett Brothers, Valerie June, Jamestown Revival,  Bombay Bicycle Club, Conor Oberst + spontaneous giveaways from Coca-Cola.

Thank you Local 15 News for some great video coverage of our shenanigans at Hangout Festival and thanks Coca-Cola and Local 15 News  for a good time with fans.
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92ZEW's Gene Murrell and Matty of the 1975

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Bastille Interview

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Matt and Kim interview with Pablo

Coca-Cola Ahhh Oasis

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Desert Noises Interview with Gene

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Valerie June Interview

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Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft

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SHOCKER! Sudden Winners of Comp Tix

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Ozomatli Interview with Lee Ann

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May 262014
Bastille’s Kyle and Will (aka Liam) dropped by the 92ZEW Hangout Radio backstage for a spot of tea(quila) and to have a laugh.
Bastille's Kyle and Will (aka Liam) surprised to meet Rodney Rotten during Hangout Festival

Bastille’s Kyle and Will (aka Liam) surprised to meet Rodney Rotten during Hangout Festival

After their explosive set at Hangout Festival, Kyle & Will (aka Liam) came in to chat about influences, the small village Will grew up, why Kyle sounds like a ‘chimney sweep’ when he sings, drums, and then we get a surprise visitor, Rodney Rotten.

Yep, who knew?

In case you’re wondering who R. Rotten is, here’s his interview from the previous day.

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Interview Rodney Rotten

See y’all again for round 2 at Bonnaroooo.




Of course I know his name is William, but when you have a Brit intro’ing in one ear and a Southerner soundchecking in the other, and you’re from Detroit, there’s some bizarre results.   –> Wil -LIAM …

Sometimes people are just pulling one over too.

Thanks to our partners for helping out backstage, Local 15 News and Coca-Cola.

Thank You, Good Night.

Here’s more interviews / pics / audio from Hangout Festival 2014 and 92ZEW



May 242014
bonnarooBONNAROO 2014 – June 12-15
Win your way in to the Mother of Music Festivals as a special guest of 92ZEW (camping behind mainstage, close to the grounds with clean showers and more!)


Qualify with the Bonnaroo Song of the Day contest. At 7:20 TLC in the Morning will announce the song to listen for. When you hear it, be caller 9 on the ZEWlines 251-433-92FM and you’ll be in the running. Listen for the song to air three times a day.
Grand prize drawing to be announced soon.

  • Elton John
  • Kanye West
  • Jack White
  • Lionel Richie
  • Vampire Weekend
  • The Avett Brothers
  • Phoenix
  • Skrillex Arctic Monkeys
  • Frank Ocean
  • The Flaming Lips
  • Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
  • Kaskade
  • Wiz Khalifa Damon Albarn
  • Neutral Milk Hotel SuperJam: Skrillex and Friends featuring Big Gigantic with special guests Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Robby Krieger (of The Doors), Zedd, Mickey Hart, Janelle Monáe, Warpaint, Chance the Rapper, Thundercat and more
  • SuperJam: Derek Trucks featuring Chaka Khan, Taj Mahal, Eric Krasno, James Gadson, David Hidalgo, Willie Weeks, Nigel Hall, Ryan Zoidis, Eric Bloom and Adam Deitch with special guests Andrew Bird, Susan Tedeschi, Karl Denson, Ben Folds and more
  • The Bluegrass Situation SuperJam hosted by Ed Helms featuring the Lonesome Trio, Dierks Bentley, Sarah Jarosz, Lake Street Dive, The Black Lillies, The Lone Bellow, Robert Ellis, Della Mae, Bryan Sutton, and Dave Johnston of YMSB Disclosure
  • Cut Copy
  • The Head and the Heart
  • Zedd
  • Ms. Lauryn Hill
  • Funkiest Dancer
  • Chromeo Broken Bells
  • Tedeschi Trucks Band
  • James Blake
  • Bobby Womack
  • Umphrey’s McGee
  • Ice Cube
  • Ben Howard Slightly Stoopid
  • Fitz & The Tantrums
  • Cake
  • Janelle Monáe
  • Grouplove
  • Amos Lee
  • CHVRCHES Cage the Elephant
  • Die Antwoord
  • Craig Robinson & The Nasty Delicious
  • Drive-By Truckers Andrew Bird & the Hands of Glory
  • Mastodon
  • Capital Cities
  • Taran Killam & Friends
  • Jake Bugg Chance The Rapper
  • Dr. Dog
  • Yonder Mountain String Band
  • Hannibal Buress
  • John Butler Trio Down n’ Dirty Hosted by Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer
  • Little Dragon
  • T.J. Miller City and Colour
  • The Glitch Mob
  • The Naked and Famous
  • Neal Brennan
  • Phosphorescent
  • Washed Out Danny Brown
  • Warpaint
  • Sam Smith
  • A$AP Ferg
  • Darkside
  • Seasick Steve
  • Shovels & Rope
  • Lucero Real Estate
  • Carolina Chocolate Drops
  • The Wood Brothers The Master Musicians of Jajouka led by Bachir Attar, with special guests Billy Martin, Marc Ribot, DJ Logic and Shahzad Ismaily Pusha T
  • Rory Scovel
  • Meshuggah
  • Poliça
  • DakhaBrakha
  • Goat
  • ZZ Ward Bridget Everett & the Tender Moments
  • Seun Kuti & Egypt 80
  • Blackberry Smoke
  • MS MR
  • First Aid Kit Sasheer Zamata
  • A Tribe Called Red
  • Omar Souleyman
  • Brooks Wheelan
  • The Bouncing Souls Greensky Bluegrass
  • Ty Segall
  • Sarah Jarosz
  • Vintage Trouble
  • Okkervil River
  • White Denim Jonathan Wilson
  • Seth Herzog
  • J. Roddy Walston & the Business
  • Robert Delong
  • Cloud Nothings Thao & the Get Down Stay Down
  • Valerie June
  • King Khan & the Shrines
  • Cherub
  • Emily Heller Break Science
  • The Black Lillies
  • The Lone Bellow
  • Caveman
  • Big Sam’s Funky Nation Jon Batiste and Stay Human
  • La Santa Cecilia
  • Classixx
  • Allah-Las
  • Cass McCombs
  • Vance Joy
  • Haerts Those Darlins
  • Deafheaven
  • Lake Street Dive
  • St. Paul & The Broken Bones
  • The Wild Feathers The Preatures
  • Brad Williams
  • Ryan Belleville
  • DJ Equal
  • DJ Logic
  • Full Service Party
  • Holden
  • Jared Dietch Jonathan Toubin
  • Le Chev
  • Quickie Mart
  • Solu Music
  • Tiki Disco
  • The Weeks
  • Catfish and the Bottlemen Foreign Fields
  • Tim Baker & Adam Hogan of Hey Rosetta!
  • Ásgeir
  • Animals As Leaders
  • Arc Iris The Black Cadillacs
  • Black Pistol Fire
  • Blank Range
  • The Bots
  • Bronze Radio Return
  • Bully
  • Cayucas Desert Noises
  • Diarrhea Planet
  • Donald Cumming
  • The Dunwells
  • ELEL
  • Empires
  • Fly Golden Eagle The Futures League
  • The Griswolds
  • High and Mighty Brass Band
  • Hunter Hunted
  • Jamestown Revival Jennifer Sullivan
  • Jeremy Messersmith
  • John & Jacob
  • Kansas Bible Company
  • Kevin Devine
  • Kins Lily & the Parlour Tricks
  • The Lonely Biscuits
  • Monster Truck
  • The Orwells
  • Parade of Lights Roadkill Ghost Choir
  • Royal Canoe
  • Royal Teeth
  • The Saint Johns
  • Sam Hunt
  • Skinny Lister
  • Speedy Ortiz Streets of Laredo
  • Syd Arthur
  • The Unlikely Candidates
  • Wild Child
  • Willy Mason


May 202014
May 142014

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  • meet n greets with bands,
  • sit in on an interview or private performance,
  • get upgraded to VIP or side-stage seats…
  • you never know what we’ll pull out for the winners.

Register at the Coca-Cola Ahhh Oasis.

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May 132014
May 092014
92ZEW is giving you a chance to get a sneak peak (advance screening) of the new Seth MacFarlane comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West.

See the Trailer Below.

The movie’s not in theatres until May 30, but you can see it in advance with 92ZEW. Tune in for chances to win passes starting May 19 with TLC in the Morning and Gene Murrell in the 5:00 Traffic Jam.

Website – AMillionWays.com

From the guy who brought you Ted comes the funniest, hottest, most outrageous comedy of the year!  A Million Ways to Die in the West.

Starring Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, Neil Patrick Harris, Giovanni Ribisi, Sarah Silverman and Liam Neeson.

In theaters May 30, Rated R.

Cast: Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, Giovanni Ribisi, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Silverman and Liam Neeson

Director: Seth MacFarlane

Synopsis:  Seth MacFarlane directs, produces, co-writes and plays the role of the cowardly sheep farmer Albert in A Million Ways to Die in the West.

After Albert backs out of a gunfight, his fickle girlfriend leaves him for another man. When a mysterious and beautiful woman rides into town, she helps him find his courage and they begin to fall in love. But when her husband, a notorious outlaw, arrives seeking revenge, the farmer must put his newfound courage to the test. million-ways-characters1

Starring alongside MacFarlane are Oscar® winner Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried, Giovanni Ribisi, Sarah Silverman and Neil Patrick Harris. MacFarlane reunites many of the filmmakers behind Universal and MRC’s hit film Ted including Scott Stuber (Bluegrass Films) and Jason Clark who produce, and Wellesley Wild and Alec Sulkin who co-wrote the script.





May 082014
Jack White calls the new Vinyl record invention the “Ultra EP” on a new promo video.
Jack White's 'Lazaretto' vinyl record will play from the inside outward, has secret tracks under the label and an angel hologram

Jack White’s ‘Lazaretto’ vinyl record will play from the inside outward, has secret tracks under the label and an angel hologram

The record, to be released on White’s own Thirdman Records, will play from the inside outward and is likely the first of its kind with a locked groove on the outer edge that will repeat infinitely. It also boasts a hidden track on each side under the label. One of those tracks plays at 78 RPM and the other at 45 RPM, making this 180-gram vinyl release a three-speed record.

Meanwhile, the first song on Side B has two different intros, an acoustic one and an electric one, and depending on where you drop the needle, you’ll hear one of them.

Even more impressive, in the dead wax area of Side A, from the right angle, you can see a hologram of a spinning angel as the record turns. Pick it up on June 10th and see the official video Jack made showing it off below or at YouTube.com/OfficialTMR.



May 072014
super-Earth is the name of the outfit that includes R.E.M. guitarist, Peter Buck and Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic among other famed musicians.
Ex-R.E.M., Sleater-Kinney, Nirvana, Flipper, Swans, Ministry, Young Fresh Fellows studio session

Ex-R.E.M., Sleater-Kinney, Nirvana, Flipper, Swans, Ministry, Young Fresh Fellows studio session

A new supergroup called super-Earth, featuring R.E.M.’s Peter Buck and Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker, made their live debut in Portland, Oregon last week and now, they’re recording music with a big name.

The guys are in the studio with Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic.

Filmmaker Lance Bangs revealed the news by tweeting a photo of the band and Krist, calling it a “studio session.” They’re likely recording the 12 songs the band played live at their recent show but there’s no word on when an album might come out or if Krist will ever perform with the group. Check out the photo at Twitter.com/LanceBangs.

May 022014
While we’re all prepping for one of the biggest and best weekends at the beach, Gulf Shores City Council will be deciding the fate of Hangout Festival 2016 and beyond.

92ZEW sources say Hangout Festival’s request for an additional four years is up for consideration nextweek and some vocal residents are beginning to sway the vote to make it go away.   An anonymous Gulf Shores resident created an online petition to keep the festival and says the purpose of the petition is to “provide a majority voice for the local Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and surrounding area residents who support this annual event.”

If you’re a South Baldwin resident that wants to see the festival continue and have enjoyed a positive economic impact, then you can ‘sign’ the petition here.  One thousand signatures are needed by May 19.

Note the petition is for South Baldwin residents only, because the council looks to voters in their own district for decisionmaking.


May 012014
Black Keys' Dan Aurbach as a preacherHangout Festival headliners, The Black Keys, unveiled a new video for ‘Fever’ and as always, the duo’s video is so crafty, the song almost takes on a new meaning. Super-televangelistic-expialodocious.

Guitarist/Vocalist Dan Aurbach takes on the role of Televangelist, one of those TV Preachers who rake in the cash from the believers who believe their donation guarantees a spot in Heaven.
The new album, Turn Blue, will be released a few days before Hangout Festival. It can be pre-ordered if you hit up theblackkeys.com


Apr 302014

April 30, 2014 – Baldwin County schools closed today due to flooding & closed thoroughfares.
The following roads have been closed at this time:

County Road 55 between Camellia Road and County Road 48

The intersection of Twin Beech and Boothe Road

Boothe Road

County Road 28 at George Younce Road

County Rd 65 south of County Road 24

County Road 83 at Woerner Road

County Road 13 between State Highway 104 and Mosley Road

County Road 32 from State Highway 59 to County Road 87

County Road 12 west of County Road 65

Underwood Road at George Younce Road

Baldwin Beach Express South of County Road 32 and North of Foley Beach Express

County Road 48 between Bohemian Hall Road and County Road 49

County Road 48 between Lacy Road and County Road 33

County Road 54 at Fish River bridge

East Silverhill Avenue between Hubbard Road and Baldwin Beach Express

Hagendorfer Road

County Road 91 south of U.S. 98

Apr 292014

Grizfolk is playing on the beach with 92ZEW’s Countdown to Hangout Festival Free Concert Series along with Wild Feathers, Shannon LeBrie, and Reach for the Beach challengers, The Mulligan Brothers.

Grizfolk website

from radio station KCRW:

grizfolk“In the case of Grizfolk, founded by Swedish natives Fredrik Eriksson and Sebastian Fritze, and Adam Roth, who has ties to America’s Deep South, the results are less global village, and more pushing the possibilities of pop.

One song in particular stood out to me from their recent standing-room-only, A&R-infested appearances at the Monday night residency I curate called School Night: “The Ripple“, (at press time still in the recording stages), which to me could be a crossover country phenomenon.

To be clear, this idea came about not by a cloying marketing strategy, but by honesty. the songs were traded back and forth while the members were in different parts of the world, finally coming together in Los Angeles to form the band, which is a mesmerizing experience live.

Other tracks are straight up anthems that can easily go the distance. “Vagabonds“, in particular, featuring Nikola Bedingfield (of the UK Bedingfields), is one such case, and already getting serious airplay.”

Check out Grizfolk with Wild Feathers and Shannon LeBre for 92ZEW’s Countdown to Hangout Fest free concert series, May 10

Apr 212014
vacation-catFor guests who are staying to the East of the Hangout Festival we recommend you now use Pelican Place at Craft Farms.

Pelican Place at Craft Farms
3800 Gulf Shores Pkwy (Rt 59)
Gulf Shores, AL 36542

The Pelican Place shuttle stop is a park & ride lot located on the North Shuttle Line.

To access the Pelican Place from the East, take Perdido Beach Blvd to Alabama Highway 135 to Ft Morgan Rd (Hwy 180). Turn right on Gulf Shores Pkwy (Rt 59) and continue for about 2.5 mile before seeing Pelican Place on the right.

If you don’t purchase shuttle passes but find you need a ride at the end of a day, look for Chevy area to catch a Chevy home.

Chevrolet is providing rides home to help prevent drinking and driving.


Apr 162014
no-sinner-2-sb1Look for Vancouver based outfit No Sinner at 92ZEW Countdown to Hangout Fest Free Concert Series, opening for 28North
No Sinner, lead by 26-year-old Colleen Rennison is a force of nature, a post modern soul belter and queen of rock, a hard-singing, hard-loving, hard-drinking, hard-working throwback to those her and the guys grew up listening to, including Nina Simone, Tina Turner, Rolling Stones and Diana Ross.


Rennison learned from a cousin that her name was “No Sinner” spelled backwards, is now the singer of a raucous rock band with guitarist Eric Campbell, drummer Ian Browne and rotating bassists Bradley Ferguson and Parker Bossley. Their debut album, Boo Hoo Hoo, includes six tracks from a 2012 EP released on Vancouver indie First Love Records.

Boo Hoo Hoo travels from the juke-joint jump blues of its title track and the Delta swamp of “Runnin’,” with a chugging Creedence beat, to “Love Is Madness” with a Motown bass line and a Dusty Springfield “Spooky” vibe. Other highlights include a cover of Nina Simone’s version of Nat Adderley / Oscar Brown Jr.’s “Work Song”, the soaring, affirmative gospel revival of “Rise Up,” the sensuous plaint of “If Anything” and the feedback-charged “Devil on My Back,” a band composition that features Black Mountain’s Matt Camirand.

No Sinner’s music is about the clash between the sacred and the profane, the preacher and the devil, the sins of Saturday night at the local watering hole being washed away in the redemption of Sunday morning in church; in short, the very contradiction at the heart of rock ’n’ roll.

“It’s a consistent theme in my life to negotiate between being animals and yet righteous,” explains Rennison. “How we need a healthy dose of both good and evil in our lives. Music itself is very much a medium between us and the spiritual world. The things we express in our songs run the gamut from sinful to celestial.”

On returning to her hometown from New York, Vancouver, Colleen started writing with Parker Bossley (formerly of Hot Hot Heat) and joined up with a rotating backing band, for a weekly Thursday night residency at Guilt and Company, a new club in Vancouver’s Gastown district. “I honed my chops, my stage confidence, my style and versatility,” explains Colleen. “I also learned to play with other musicians.”

“Lay down your burdens … And rise up!”

“So much of the music I started listening to as a girl came from churches and gatherings where people congregated and sang their blues away,” she says. “It’s a dirty business loving me / It’s going to be hard sometimes,” she warns on the sultry “If Anything.” “That’s a disclaimer for anyone who wants to get involved with me,” laughs Colleen. “I’m warning you now.”

With her in-your-face stage presence and down-to-earth T-shirt and shorts (“I’d like to think I’m bridging the gap between trash and class,” she says), Rennison is an old soul, wiser than her years might suggest. “I love the idea of these women who very much lived in a man’s world, touring on the road,” she says. “Just the idea of the things these women must have seen, the lives they led and how it came out in the music has always inspired me.

“I’ve always connected with folklore and history, a simpler time of life. Since I was a kid. I’ve always felt a little out of place in the modern world.” You can hear that reverence for the past in Boo Hoo Hoo, along with a desire to drag it kicking and screaming into 2013.

“I just want to play music with people I love and respect” says Colleen. “I want to see the world. People who come to our shows leave happy. And as long as you keep making music that people want to listen to, how could you go wrong? Colossal success would be nice, but right now we’re just concentrating on the quality and, hopefully, the rest will fall into place.”

No Sinner don’t mind you comparing them to other people, but they remain true to their own instincts.“We just write whatever comes to us,” insists Rennison. “We’re fans of a variety of different sounds and kinds of music. We’re inspired that artists like Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, early Kings of Leon and Lucinda Williams brought it back to the basics and breathe in new life. Luckily, we’re in between so many styles, we have the liberty to do what we please. We really don’t have a formula. We’re not here to be the next anybody. We’ve got our own mark to make.”

“Boo Hoo Hoo” hits stores in North America on June 24, 2014

Apr 152014


Saturday, April 19 marks the 7th Annual International Record Store Day, a day when fans can score some major limited edition jams for their collections.

Mobile Records is one of the participating stores and is making it bigger.  Facebook Event Page says they’re open @ 8am Live music starting at 12 noon Discounts Giveaways and Tacos!! Beef, Chx, and Beans. The Volks, Cyborganics, Popwar, Black Titan, Pseudo Box, and on the wings as of yet, The Tony Tornado Tribe, Naked Intruder, and Shifting Tracks!  92ZEW’s TLC in the Morning will be on hand with more musical swag to give away.

Oodles of artists are participating with previously unreleased material, live music, accompanying swag and more for the annual spotlight on vinyl records. Music to an audiophile’s ears.  Statistics show that the day is actually working. CD sales have dropped, yet vinyl record sales are rising dramatically.Mobile-Records-Logo

If you’ve never shopped in a record store, you owe it to yourself to check it out.  It’s more like a designer store vs. Walmart experience. The clerks really do know music and have recommendations for your tastes and tend to remember so the next time you shop, they’ll tell you about the latest and greatest of releases.




For more info, visit:

Record Store Day online with release listings

Mobile Record Store on Facebook  – collectors store featuring 99% vinyl run by Keith Glass who founded the legendary Missing Link label and record shop in Melbourne Australia. We have 3,500 square feet of space. Large front area for new and used vinyl in most every genre plus a dedicated 45 alley way, a country music and 78 room plus sale/digging back of the store bargain center. Hours are Mon-Sat 11am-7pm and Sunday 1-5pm





Apr 152014
Black Keys at Hangout Festival 2012Hangout Festival headliners, The Black Keys, rolled out the hypnotizing title track off their forthcoming album Turn Blue today via Youtube.

Rolling Stone called it “a slow-burning slice of psychedelia”: “When the music is done and all the lights are low,” sings frontman Dan Auerbach over a breezy electric guitar riff, synth-strings and a rumbling bassline. “I will remember the times when love would really glow.”

Listen Now, tell us what you think.

Apr 152014
Red Hot Chili Pepper Chad Smith

Red Hot Chili Pepper Chad Smith

Chad Smith not happy about Al Jazeera reports that the CIA allegedly used Red Hot Chili Peppers music to torture prisoners in Guatanamo Bay.

The drummer told TMZ “I’ve heard that they use more… like, hard rock metal. Our music’s positive man, it’s supposed to make people feel good and that’s… it’s very upsetting to me, I don’t like that at all. It’s bulls**t.”
Chad was informed of the news by a TMZ photog who captured his reaction on video.

See the video at TMZ.com



Apr 152014
ed-obrien. radiohead

Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien turns 46 today

Dave Edmunds (singer-guitarist) is 70
- Considered a pioneer of New Wave music, but considers himself more of
a Rockabilly musician

Emma Thompson (actress) is 55
“Karen Eiffel” in Stranger than Fiction

Tom Kane (voice actor) is 52
“Yoda” on Star Wars: Clone Wars

Samantha Fox (singer) is 48
- Was a contestant on England’s Celebrity Wife Swap

Ed O’Brien (guitarist, Radiohead) is 46
- Is the tallest member in Radiohead at 6’5”, no other band member is taller
than six-feet

Danny Pino (actor) is 40
“Scotty” on Cold Case

Seth Rogen (actor) is 32
“Ben Stone” in Knocked Up

Emma Watson (actress) is 24
“Hermione” in the Harry Potter series

In 1971…The Beatles won an Oscar for Best Film Music (Original Song
Score) for “Let It Be.”

In 1971…According to Rolling Stone, the Illinois Crime Commission
compiled a list of “drug-oriented rock records.” The list included Jefferson
Airplane’s “White Rabbit” and Procol Harum’s “A Whiter Shade of Pale.”

In 1977…Lynyrd Skynyrd gave a gold album for One More for the Road to
Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson. The band donated another gold record
to Atlanta’s Fox Theatre, where the double live album was recorded.

In 1982…Billy Joel’s motorcycle collided with an automobile. He had
surgery to mend a broken wrist.

In 1989…Nesuhi Ertegun, A&R man with Atlantic Records and brother of
the boss Ahmet, died in New York.


Jerry Garcia

In 1996…Jerry Garcia’s ashes were scattered near San Francisco’s
Golden Gate Bridge. A portion of the remains of the Grateful Dead guitarist
had already been deposited into the Ganges River in India.

In 1999…Entropy premiered at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival.
The Stephen Dorff-starring film marked the first time U2 appeared in a
dramatic movie.

In 2000…Former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell attracted demonstrators and
hecklers to a United Nations youth summit in London. The protestors
disagreed with her promotion of birth control.

In 2003…Fleetwood Mac released their album Say You Will. The disc
reunited the band with Lindsey Buckingham, but vocalist Christine
McVie opted to not reunite.

In 2004…Courtney Love was ordered by a Los Angeles judge to stand
trial for two counts of drug possession.

In 2005…DMX was arrested after causing a three-car collision on an
expressway in The Bronx, New York. He was charged with driving with a
suspended license.

In 2005…OutKast settled a lawsuit with civil rights activist Rosa Parks.
Parks sued the band after they named a song after her on 1998’s Aquemini
album. The rappers agreed to help develop programs to educate kids about
Parks’ importance in American history.

Apr 142014
Apr 142014

Wild Feathers special releases for Record Store Day

To celebrate Record Store Day on April 19, Wild Feathers are releasing a new t-shirt, as well as a “Got It Wrong” (Clearmountain Mix)/“Marie” (previously unreleased b-side) 7 inch single, limited to 2,000 units.

Look for 92ZEW celebrating Record Store with Mobile Records on Sage Ave., Mobile. Live music from the Volks, rare releases, and more vinyl than that old man’s ’72 LeMans.

Check out the Nashville rockers for 92ZEW’s Countdown to HangoutFest Free Concert Series, May 10, along with Mulligan Brothers, Grizzfolk, and Shannon LeBre, at The Hangout in Gulf Shores.
Record Store Day – The Wild Feathers Official Blog.

Apr 142014


New tunes spinning on 92ZEW this week. If you’d like to know more about the music, artist, or song, and be part of the music selection committee, get the free 92ZEW app for Android and iPhone (plenty of other cool things on the app too).

Added into rotation this week new music from The Kongos and Hangout Fest 2014 artists, The Avett Brothers, Ingrid Michaelson, Ozomatli and St. Paul & the Broken Bones.

Listen out for the Kongos, my bet is you’ll be hearing their unique blend of rockin’ world music on a Top 40 radio station soon (like at least 80 times a week, lol).  That’s my music prediction of the week.

posted by: Lee Ann Camp, April 14, 2014



TW Artist Title  
1 Broken Bells Holding On For Life  
2 Wild Feathers Got It Wrong Countdown 2 Hangout 5/10
3 Arctic Monkeys Do I Wanna Know?  
4 U2 Invisible  
5 Vance Joy Riptide 92ZEW Free Show – Soul Kitchen 6/12
6 Coldplay Magic  
7 Foster The People Coming Of Age  
8 LaMontagne, Ray Supernova  
9 Mowgli’s Say It, Just Say It  
10 Black Keys Fever Hangout Fest headliner
11 Fitz & The Tantrums The Walker Hangout Fest
12 Boy & Bear Southern Sun  
13 Beck Blue Moon  
14 Bastille Bad Blood Hangout Fest
15 Kongos Come With Me Now  
16 Grizfolk The Struggle Countdown 2 Hangout Free Concerts 5/10
17 John Butler Trio Only One  
18 Ozomatli Brighter Hangout Fest
19 Ward, ZZ Last Love Song  
20 Jamestown Revival California (Cast Iron Soul)  
21 Majestico I Just Want To  
  92NEW – All New Tunes 9-10pm Weeknights  
22 G. Love & Special Sauce Nothing Else Quite Like Home  
23 28 North Call Me Up Countdown 2 Hangout Free Concerts
24 Bad Suns Cardiac Arrest  
25 Hey Monea Adeline  
26 Falls Home  
27 Neon Trees Sleeping With A Friend  
28 Birds Of Tokyo Lanterns  
29 June Valerie Pushin’ Against A Stone  
30 Drive-by Truckers Pauline Hawkins  
31 Aloe Blacc The Man  
32 Hold Steady Spinners  
33 Cage The Elephant Come A Little Closer  
34 Hozier Take Me To Church  
35 Ace Reporter Untouched And Arrived  
36 American Authors Best Day Of My Life  
37 Head And The Heart Another Story  
38 Sugarcapps, Willie Trouble  
39 Carlile, Brandi Keep Your Heart Young  
40 Hutchinson, Eric Tell The World  
41 Revivalists Navigate Below  
42 Kodaline All I Want  
43 Elbow New York Morning  
44 Kodaline Love Like This  
48 St. Paul & The Broken Bones Call Me Hangout Fest
106 Lee, Amos Chill In The Air  
107 North Mississippi Allstars Rollin ‘N Tumblin  
108 Sons Of Fathers Roots & Vine Countdown 2 Hangout Free Concerts
119 Balthrop, Ryan Roll Roll Roll  
120 Erdman, Eric Peanut Butter & Jealousy  
125 Moon Taxi The New Black  
  Catt Sirten’s Radio Avalon  
45 Bona Fide Feat. Marc Antoine Mitch Mitch  
46 Reeves, Dianne Feat. Sean Jones I Want You  
47 Neu, Andrew Night Of The Mojito  
49 James, Boney Acalento (Lullaby)  
50 McLachlan, Sarah In Your Shoes  
53 Culbertson, Brian Feat. Chuck Loeb Fullerton Ave.  
54 Lington, Michael Soul Appeal  
55 Legend, John All Of Me  
56 MisterWives Kings And Queens  
57 Gov’t Mule Whisper In Your Soul  
58 Standring, Chris Voices In My Head  
59 Essix, Eric Blowin’ In The Wind  
60 Corro, Enrique Song For Dianna  
61 Hiroshima Red Buddha  
63 Dave Koz & Friends You Haven’t Done Nothin’  
65 Standring, Chris Another Fine Mess  
66 Gorka, John Mind To Think  
67 Tench, Benmont Blonde Girl, Blue Dress  
68 Navarro, Ken Running Toward The Sun  
69 Warshauer, Laura Running From The Grave  
70 Wilson, Dan Disappearing  
73 Bromberg, Brian Rory Lowery, Private Eye  
74 Citrus Sun People Of Tomorrow  
75 Meadows, Marion The Visitor  
76 Neu, Andrew Take Five  
77 Harper, Ben Jamaica Say You Will  
78 Baldwin, Bob Music Changed My Life  
79 Duke, George Burnt Sausage Jam  
80 Roman Street Beloved  
81 Scott, Kim Rite Of Passage  
82 Citrus Sun Micia  
83 Keb’ Mo’ Rock Me On The Water  
84 Cohn, Marc Feat. Joan As Police Woman Too Many Angels  
85 Jeff Lorber Fusion Dragonfly  
86 Pieces Of A Dream People Say  
87 Falls Please  
88 MacArthur, Mike Sanctified  
90 Colvin, Shawn Call It A Loan  
91 Najee Shinjuku  
92 Lake Street Dive Rental Love  
93 Larsson, Walle Unspoken  
94 Baldwin, Bob Your Love’s Alive  
95 Fitzsimmons, William Centralia  
96 Miller, Marcus Mr. Clean  
97 Golub, Jeff W/Brian Auger The Cat  
98 Lake Street Dive I Want You Back  
99 Owen, Judith In The Summertime  
101 Fritzen, Jonathan Feat. Jackiem Joyner Love Will Overcome  
102 Corro, Enrique Cool Chile  
103 Satellite Say The Words  
109 Reynolds, Bob Creep  
110 Bromberg, Brian Forgiveness  
111 Verbs Glad All Over  
112 Stoltz, Kelley Are You My Love  
113 Standring, Chris Absolute Madness  
114 Baldwin, Bob Feat. Marion Meadows & Joey Sommerville Red Clay  
115 Supersuckers Get The Hell  
116 Larsson, Walle Feat. Jonathan Fritzen Nordica  
117 Jellybricks About The Weekend  
118 Smith, Jumaane Feat. Michael Buble Come Rain Or Come Shine  
121 Rivera, Mark Feat. Ringo Starr Money Money Money  
122 Fusion, Jeff Lorber Feat. Jean Luc-Ponty King Kong  
123 Rodrigo Y Gabriela The Soundmaker  
124 Sons Of Fathers Feel The Fall  
Apr 112014
rock and roll hall of fame Nirvana kinda reunited to play with a slew of chick rockers pretending to be Kurt Cobain.  Kiss didn’t reunite.  Other inductees were Hall & Oates, Peter Gabriel, The E Street Band, Cat Stevens and Linda Ronstadt.


Other Highlights of the Honorary Night: 

· British musician and manager Peter Asher honored late Beatles manager Brian Epstein and original Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham with the Ahmet Ertegun Award for non-performers. They become the first managers inducted into the Hall.


Peter Gabriel, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

Peter Gabriel, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

Peter Gabriel was inducted by Coldplay’s Chris Martin.  

Martin read a joke “excerpt” from the Bible, that he claimed was from the Book of Genesis (get it?). It told the story of the band and the “Angel Gabriel.” He went on to list off the singer’s accomplishments, saying, “He helped John Cusack get his girlfriend back in the movie Say Anything.” When he accepted the honor, Peter advised up and coming musicians to surround themselves with brilliance. Peter and Chris then together performed “Washing of the Water,” also from Us. Peter went on to do “In Your Eyes” with Senegalese singer Youssou N’Dour.


KISS, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame (Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)

KISS, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame (Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)

Rage Against the Machine guitarist, Tom Morello, inducted Kiss.

He told the crowd, “Kiss was never a critics’ band, kiss was a people band.” Morello said the criteria for induction should really be impact, influence and awesomeness and explained how Kiss excels at all of those. He listed all the non-original members of the band, who aren’t being inducted, and said they deserved a round of applause. He then brought up what he called Rock and Roll all Nite and Party Every Day Hall of Fame inductees Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss. When accepting the honor, Gene stated, “This is a profound moment for all of us,” and he complimented each of his bandmates individually, past and present. Peter spoke about being male breast cancer free and said he’d always be “The Catman” in and out of make-up. Ace said he wrote a speech but said his sunglasses weren’t prescription so he couldn’t read it. He went on to discuss his sobriety and the need to educate people about addiction since they think it has to do with will power. Ace said to them, “Try using will power when you have diarrhea.” Paul used his stage time to say how the people should have more of a say in who gets into the Rock Hall since the people are the ones who buy tickets, not the ones who nominate.

Art Garfunkel inducted Cat Stevens, also known as Yusuf Islam.

In his speech, Yusuf said, “I never thought I’d be on the same stage as Kiss.” He also said the decision to induct him into the Rock Hall was a brave one because he doesn’t drink, he doesn’t throw TVs out windows and the only woman he sleeps with is his wife. He said that because of that, the decision was rock and roll. Cat then performed “Wild World” and “Peace Train.”

Sheryl Crow, Carrie Underwood, Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris performing for Linda Rondstadt (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

Sheryl Crow, Carrie Underwood, Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris performing for Linda Rondstadt (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

The Eagles’ Glenn Frey inducted his former bandleader, Linda Ronstadt,

Carrie Underwood, Emmy Lou Harris and Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Nicks and Sheryl Crow all performed Ronstadt’s tunes.

Bruce Springsteen inducted The E Street Band

E Street Band get the Award for  Musical Excellence, which used to be called “The Sidemen Category,” but when the E Street members were called sidemen, Bruce said it was a “misnomer if there ever was one.” The Boss spoke about how each original member came to the band and he paid special tribute to late saxophonist Clarence Clemons. He went on to say his one regret of the night is that Clarence and late organist Danny Federici couldn’t be there. Bruce also spoke highly of his bandmate and wife, Patti Scialfa.

Springsteen inducts E Street Band in Hall of Fame (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

Springsteen inducts E Street Band in Hall of Fame (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

About the group as a whole, Bruce stated, “Real bands are made from the neighborhood,” adding, “I told a story with the E Street Band that was and is bigger and better than the story I could’ve told on my own.” Each member of the group then gave a lengthy acceptance speech. Clemons’ widow, Victoria, said in hers, “He was known as the Big Man for many reasons.” The crowd hooted and she bashfully said, “You guys are so bad.” She then played a snippet of him singing that Clarence recorded on his phone while alone in his car. After 40 minutes of speeches, Bruce and the band played, what else, “The E Street Shuffle.” They followed that up with “The River” and “Kitty’s Back.”

Hall & Oates, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame induction (Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)

Hall & Oates, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame induction (Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)

The Roots’ Questlove inducted Hall & Oates,

“Underneath it all, they were soul artists” said Questlove.  “Hall and Oates will cure any known illness.” He then referred to the Hall as the Rock and Roll Hall and Oates of Fame. When Daryl Hall and John Oates came up to accept the award, they referenced the long E Street Band speeches saying, “Lucky for you, there’s only two of us.” Daryl went on to say, “Do you know we’re the only homegrown Philadelphia band that’s in the Hall of Fame? I don’t say that because I’m proud of it, I say it because it’s fed up,” and he listed some Philly artists the Hall has overlooked. They then started to play “She’s Gone” but bad feedback made it so that Hall couldn’t hear and he stopped the song. He joked that Springsteen blew out the monitors. They started the tune again with better luck then did “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)” and “You Make My Dreams Come True.”

Nirvana induction Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

Nirvana induction Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe took the stage to induct Nirvana.

In his speech, Stipe said, “Nirvana tapped into a voice that was yearning to be heard.” He went on to say, “The idea of America – that hopeful idea – had been dismantled. But with their music, Nirvana blasted through all that with crystalline, nuclear, rage-infused fury.” Drummer Dave Grohl was the first to speak, thanking the four Nirvana drummers who came before him. He also thanked his mom for letting him “listen to some pretty fd-up st.” Dave went on to tell aspiring musicians not to look at posters of their idols and say, “Fk, I could never do that,” rather to think, “F*k, I’m going to do that.” Bassist Krist Novoselic was next. He wished Kurt was there, calling Cobain an intense artist who really connected with a lot of people. Kurt’s mother then briefly remarked, teary-eyed, “I just miss him so much, he was such an angel.” Then, Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love, emotionally said how much she wished Kurt could be there. She hugged his bandmates and added, “Tonight, he would have really appreciated it. I just want to give this to our daughter Francis Bean, who couldn’t be here because she was ill.” The band then performed “Smells Like Teen Spirit” with Joan Jett on vocals, marking the first time they performed the song with a singer since Kurt’s death. Next up, Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon took on vocals for “Endless Nameless,” then St. Vincent sang “Lithium” and Lorde performed “All Apologies.”

· Often times there is a jam at the end of the Induction Ceremony and there were rumors that some rockers would play AC/DC’s “Highway to Hell,” but for one reason or another, the show ended after Nirvana’s set.

Check it out yourself May 31st when it debuts on HBO.

Apr 092014
The first weekend of 92ZEW and Bud Light’s Countdown to Hangout Festival was a little wet, but splendid nonetheless for us true music fans.The Mowgli's 92ZEW Countdown to Hangout Free Concert Series Apr 6 2014  (Michele Stancil, MCSPix),

The Mowgli’s sunshiney attitude and sounds appeared to keep the rain at bay (heavy downpours were predicted, however, the sun arrived and the rain left for a beautiful night of great tunes. Everyone sang along with ‘Say It, Just Say It’ and of course their big hit ‘San Francisco’.  Yep, we were all feelin’ the love, especially when they covered a Hall & Oates’ classic. Too bad I forgot my funky 60′s glasses, striped pants and ruffle shirt.

The band had a little more edge to the indie beach sounds heard on their debut album, which is definitely a better experience than seeing a band that sounds exactly like their album. They brought on the musical feeling of the 60′s Woodstock era (sans the massive crowds rolling in the mud and dancing around bonfires).

In chatting with the So Cal band, they revealed current plans of heading into the studio very soon to record their sophomore album, but are keeping the writing and sound details top secret. They did reveal a timeframe of sometime in the Fall. Katie was looking quite smashing in her 60′s revolutionary outfit too.
Power to the People Mowgli’s.

The bandmembers are: Dave Appelbaum – keyboards and vocals; Colin Louis Dieden – vocals, guitar, percussion; Katie Jayne Earl – vocals and percussion; Josh Hogan – guitar and vocals; Matthew Di Panni- bass guitar and vocals; Spencer Trent – percussion, guitar, melodica, and vocals; Andy Warren – drums, percussion, and vocals

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Thanks to Michelle Stancil (MCSPix) for sharing some of her mighty fine pics too.

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