On The Way Up | Episode 33

Feb 27, 2018

On this episode we feature some of the artists making a big splash on our airwaves lately.  Tunes include a live 1963 album from the late great Doc Watson, R&B from England’s James Hunter Six, and newer voices as well, with a new spin on reggae from Holly Cook, hypnotic desert soundscapes from 3hatttrio, thick jazz grooves from Charlie Peacock and much more. We’ll also get to a Segue Of The Week with a band that seemed poised to break out into international stardom, only to vanish from our sight just five years ago -- the good news is that we’re expecting something new from them this year.


  • Doc Watson     “Train That Carried My Girl From Town” from Live At Club 47
  • Sunny War     “With The Sun” from With The Sun
  • 3hattrio      “Dust Devil” from Lord Of The Desert
  • First Aid Kit        “It’s A Shame” from Ruins
  • James Hunter Six    “I Got Eyes” from Whatever It Takes
  • Hollie Cook        “Stay Alive” from Vessel Of Love
  • Curtis Roush    “Real Love” from Cosmic Campfire Music
  • Treetop Flyers    “Things Will Change” from The Mountain Moves (Segue Of The Week)
  • Charlie Peacock    “Automatt” from When Light Flashes Help Is On The Way