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For a label to have any success, it needs at least two things – distribution and talent. The label got lucky when Rufus Thomas walked in the door with more

The story of Stax Records is one of the most unlikely tales of success that you are likely to hear. A white banker who played a little bit of country more

This is our fourth and final show dedicated to the musical output of Jules Shear. To be sure, we are certainly trying to cram too much great material into more

As the ‘80s began, it seemed a certainty that Jules Shear would end up a star, or at least a popular songwriter providing hits for the stars. As the more

Last show we covered the early material released by Shear, including his time with the Funky Kings and Jules and the Polar Bears. This show focuses on his more

Ever since I stumbled on the first Jules and the Polar Bears album in a used record shop, I’ve been smitten with the man. Having never heard a single more

It took the ‘modern’ world a considerable amount of time to catch up with the importance of that Carter Family, in regard to their influence on how music more

“City Folk” may have considered themselves more sophisticated and experienced than presumed ‘backwoods rubes’ like the Carter Family, but the truth is that more

Other than A.P Carter, the family had no reason to believe that their recordings would amount to much. Most people thought A.P. to be a fool for even more

Our second show in this series dedicated to the legacy of the Carter Family covers the year 1928, when Ralph Peer discovered them. At first Peer was more

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