Tag Archives: The Matchsellers

New Music on KC Cafe Radio: March 15, 2016

The Tearaways The Tearaways (singles)

  • Rock

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Kylie Hughes - Calipopicana Kylie Hughes – Calipopicana

  • Pop

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KC Cafe Radio Rich O’Brien (singles)

  • Americana

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Billy Jack Purnell - Simple Life Billy Jack Purnell – Simple Life

  • Americana

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Jaspar Lepak -Forgiving Wind Jaspar Lepak -Forgiving Wind

  • Country/Folk

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Jaspar Lepak - Send Me Home Jaspar Lepak – Send Me Home

  • Country/Folk

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Lee Sims - Deep in the Heart of Me Lee Sims – Deep in the Heart of Me

  • Country

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The Matchsellers - Songs We Made Up The Matchsellers – Songs We Made Up

  • Folk/Bluegrass

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Wes Weddell - By the Side of the Lake Wes Weddell – By the Side of the Lake

  • Americana

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Robot Raven - Greatest Hits Part One Robot Raven – Greatest Hits Part One

  • Pop/Rock

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Robot Raven - Greatest Hits Part Two Robot Raven – Greatest Hits Part Two

  • Pop/Rock

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The Railsplitters - The Faster it Goes The Railsplitters – The Faster it Goes

  • Folk

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Karrie Pavish Anderson - Twice As Nice Karrie Pavish Anderson – Twice As Nice

  • Folk/Pop

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David Hakan - Stone and Steel David Hakan – Stone and Steel

  • Folk

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Denise Glover - Pathways Denise Glover – Pathways

  • Folk

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Rick Malsick with Evan Smalley- Philodendron Rick Malsick with Evan Smalley- Philodendron

  • Modern Folk

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Barak Hill - All the Empty Space Barak Hill – All the Empty Space

  • Modern Folk

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New Music On KC Cafe Radio: March 24, 2015

Our second installment of new music for March features 15 new albums and 6 new Performing Artists.  Follow the link and check out music from: Mick Byrd and The Backroad Band, Bill Liscomb, Ned Gray, Carlo Acousticman, The Young Novelists, Vernon McIntyre, John M, The Matchsellers, The Stray Birds, Mikal Shapiro, Charlie Mosbrook, Leslie Beauvais, Sky Smeed, and Dan Weber.

Mick Byrd and The Backroad Band - Roots & Ozark Blues Mick Byrd and The Backroad Band – Roots & Ozark Blues

  • Americana/Blues

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Bill Liscomb - Reckless Destiny Bill Liscomb – Reckless Destiny ~New Artist~

  • Americana

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Ned Gray - Texas Chrome Ned Gray – Texas Chrome

  • Adult Contemporary

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Ned Gray - Looking For The Groundswell Ned Gray – Looking For The Groundswell

  • Blues/Country/Folk

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Carlo Acousticman - VIII Carlo Acousticman – VIII

  • Americana

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The Young Novelists - Made Us Strangers The Young Novelists – Made Us Strangers

  • Folk Rock

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Vernon McIntyre - Lonely Heart's Cafe Vernon McIntyre – Lonely Heart’s Cafe ~New Artist~

  • Bluegrass/Folk

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John M - M-VI John M – M-VI ~New Artist~

  • Acoustic Rock

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The Matchsellers - Kosciusko County The Matchsellers – Kosciusko County ~New Artist~

  • Traditional Folk/Americana

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The Stray Birds - Best Medicine The Stray Birds – Best Medicine

  • Americana

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Mikal Shapiro - The Musical Mikal Shapiro – The Musical ~New Artist~

  • Pop/Rock

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Charlie Mosbrook - Something To Believe Charlie Mosbrook – Something To Believe

  • Americana

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Leslie Beauvais - Chemistry Leslie Beauvais – Chemistry ~New Artist~

  • Pop

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Sky Smeed - Drive All Night Sky Smeed – Drive All Night

  • Country/Americana

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Dan Weber - What I'm Looking For Dan Weber – What I’m Looking For

  • Americana

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FAI 2015: Conversations At Folk Alliance

AJ Genero, Kathy Forste and Hilary Scott posing for the camera following their Showcase performanceFor all of us at KC Cafe Radio, the 27th Annual Folk Alliance International conference proved to be our most rewarding experience yet.  It was an honor to host such an outstanding group of fine musicians from across the United States and around the world on our Showcase stage and on our air.

We wish to thank all of those musicians who shared their musical talent, making our nearly 20 hours of live coverage possible and entertaining.  Thanks also to others who were not scheduled to perform on our stage yet dropped by just to say “hello” and lend their support.

Thanks to Sally Smith, proprietor of Whistlestop Antiques in Belton, Missouri, and a KC Cafe Radio board member, who assisted behind the scenes with our production efforts.

The view outside from the KC Cafe Radio showcase room: Union Station and downtown Kansas CityThanks to Folk Alliance International, who placed us inside such a beautiful performance venue at the Westin Crown Center Hotel. It was a treat to look out our windows and gaze over Union Station, the downtown Kansas City skyline, and the Crossroads Arts District, while we enjoyed the live music.

And most importantly, thank you, dear listener, for supporting this excellent demonstration of Bringing You The World’s Finest Original Music with your listenership of our live coverage.  If you missed any of it, you will find the archived recordings elsewhere on this site, just search for “FAI2015.”

Here are the interviews we recorded between performances at our Showcase stage: