20
Jan
Upcoming Great Peacock Shows
Thursday February 6th - Lexington, KY @ Willie’s Locally Known
Friday February 7th - Columbia, SC @ Columbia Muesum of Art
Saturday, February 8th - Atlanta, GA @ The EARL w/ Tedo Stone and The Quaildogs
Saturday, February 15th - Dothan, AL @ JonJam
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Upcoming Great Peacock Shows

Thursday February 6th - Lexington, KY @ Willie’s Locally Known

Friday February 7th - Columbia, SC @ Columbia Muesum of Art

Saturday, February 8th - Atlanta, GA @ The EARL w/ Tedo Stone and The Quaildogs

Saturday, February 15th - Dothan, AL @ JonJam

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24
Oct
"Music for the Mountains 2" is the second in a series of compilation CD’s assembled to raise money and awareness to help fight mountaintop removal coal mining. It features 23 songs specially written, recorded, or donated for the project. NONE OF THE SONGS ON THE CD ARE AVAILABLE ANYWHERE ELSE. "Music for the Mountains 2" was released at a benefit concert of the same name on Saturday, October 12, 2013 at the Southgate House Revival in Newport, KY. All proceeds from the sale of this music are divided 50/50 between Ohio Citizen Action and Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, our two most local non-profits fighting against mountaintop removal coal mining. For more information, visit www.magnoliamountain.net/m4tm.htm 
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http://magmountain.bandcamp.com/album/music-for-the-mountains-2
<a href=”http://magmountain.bandcamp.com/album/music-for-the-mountains-2” data-mce-href=”http://magmountain.bandcamp.com/album/music-for-the-mountains-2”>Music for the Mountains 2 by Various Artists</a>

"Music for the Mountains 2" is the second in a series of compilation CD’s assembled to raise money and awareness to help fight mountaintop removal coal mining. It features 23 songs specially written, recorded, or donated for the project. NONE OF THE SONGS ON THE CD ARE AVAILABLE ANYWHERE ELSE. "Music for the Mountains 2" was released at a benefit concert of the same name on Saturday, October 12, 2013 at the Southgate House Revival in Newport, KY. All proceeds from the sale of this music are divided 50/50 between Ohio Citizen Action and Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, our two most local non-profits fighting against mountaintop removal coal mining. For more information, visit www.magnoliamountain.net/m4tm.htm 

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http://magmountain.bandcamp.com/album/music-for-the-mountains-2

08
Oct
Doc Feldman - DIYtrotter Session
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<a href=”http://hi54lofirecords.bandcamp.com/album/diytrotter-009-doc-feldman” data-mce-href=”http://hi54lofirecords.bandcamp.com/album/diytrotter-009-doc-feldman”>DIYtrotter: 009 - Doc Feldman by Doc Feldman</a>
I’m more than a little bit chuffed to not only have a brand new DIYtrotter Session to share —it’s been almost been a full 5 months since Wes Tirey recorded 008— but to have that new session be from the guy responsible for one of the best albums I’ve heard this year. If you’ve spent any time around me in real life or the internet in the last couple months, there’s a good chance you’ve heard me mention how great Doc Feldman & The LD50’s album ‘Sundowning At The Station’ is. 
So through the combination of my very regular intake of ‘Sundowning At The Station’ + the fact that I happen to be Facebook friends with the bearded guy behind that album, a new & lovely DIYtrotter Session was born. A session that features two tracks from one of my favourite albums of the year (‘Ready’ and ‘Cold Tile Floor’), two brand new Doc Feldman gems (‘Through the Narrows’ and ‘San Antonio Missions’), a haunting cover of Jason Molina’s ‘The Old Horizon’, and an unexpected penny whistle over top a mini djembe drum beat track called ‘Sasquatch Belly Laugh’. 
And the whole thing is yours for the price of one mouse click on the ‘FREE DOWNLOAD’ link. 
More Doc Feldman: docfeldman.bandcamp.com 
More DIYtrotter Sessions: hi54lofi.com/hi54lofi-records/diytrotter/
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released 07 October 2013
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tags: bedroom sessions diytrotter doc feldman folk kentucky acoustic alternative bedroom pop folk home made indie lo-fi Nottingham

Doc Feldman - DIYtrotter Session

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I’m more than a little bit chuffed to not only have a brand new DIYtrotter Session to share —it’s been almost been a full 5 months since Wes Tirey recorded 008— but to have that new session be from the guy responsible for one of the best albums I’ve heard this year. If you’ve spent any time around me in real life or the internet in the last couple months, there’s a good chance you’ve heard me mention how great Doc Feldman & The LD50’s album ‘Sundowning At The Station’ is. 

So through the combination of my very regular intake of ‘Sundowning At The Station’ + the fact that I happen to be Facebook friends with the bearded guy behind that album, a new & lovely DIYtrotter Session was born. A session that features two tracks from one of my favourite albums of the year (‘Ready’ and ‘Cold Tile Floor’), two brand new Doc Feldman gems (‘Through the Narrows’ and ‘San Antonio Missions’), a haunting cover of Jason Molina’s ‘The Old Horizon’, and an unexpected penny whistle over top a mini djembe drum beat track called ‘Sasquatch Belly Laugh’. 

And the whole thing is yours for the price of one mouse click on the ‘FREE DOWNLOAD’ link. 

More Doc Feldman: docfeldman.bandcamp.com 

More DIYtrotter Sessions: hi54lofi.com/hi54lofi-records/diytrotter/

credits

released 07 October 2013

tags

tags: bedroom sessions diytrotter doc feldman folk kentucky acoustic alternative bedroom pop folk home made indie lo-fi Nottingham

05
Aug

Tedo Stone - “Big As The Ocean” - Shaker Steps - Lexington, KY

17
Jul
15
Jul
Doc Feldman & The LD50 - Sundowning at the Station - available everywhere today.  
Buy on cd + download 
http://docfeldman.bandcamp.com/#
Itunes link -  https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/sundowning-at-the-station/id673370373
stream, dl, cd… #ShopIndie
<a href=”http://docfeldman.bandcamp.com/album/sundowning-at-the-station” data-mce-href=”http://docfeldman.bandcamp.com/album/sundowning-at-the-station”>Sundowning at the Station by Doc Feldman & the LD50</a>
Doc Feldman & The LD50 - Sundowning at the Station
After years of supporting other musicians and playing in bands, including his most recently defunct band, Good Saints, veteran multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Derek “Doc” Feldman is releasing his first solo album Sundowning at the Station. The album was recorded by Jason Groves at Sneak Attack! In Lexington, Kentucky and is being released via This Is American Music on July 16th, 2013. Calling themselves “the LD50,” Doc enlisted the help of a few friends, including close friend and sometimes songwriting collaborator James Jackson Toth (aka Wooden Wand), to help fill out the sound. 
Similar to an old, well-constructed house that has been lived in by lonesome, lost, and booze-lovin’ residents for centuries, each element on Sundowning at the Station serves its purpose and without one the others collapse. One might be tempted to listen to this album with a couple of pain pills and a shot of whiskey to numb the heartache, but the songs themselves serves as the vaccination from the real disease. Songs like the mournful “Ready” and the bluesy and bruised “Alive for Now” both sung with honesty and experience. Or there’s the earthy minimalist howl of “Can’t Quit You.” There’s the hardened and gritty “Cold Tile Floor” or lapsteel-laced “A Texas Moan,” both of which are collaborative songwriting efforts between Feldman and Toth. “A Texas Moan” has been re-worked here, but the song itself was originally released on a 7” vinyl split with Kill County when Doc and James were with Good Saints. Also of particular note is the weary yet hopeful “Battle Hymn” performed by Doc, but written by old friends and St. Louis, Missouri staples Brothers Lazaroff.
“Doc Feldman’s debut album Sundowning at the Station brings the gothic South front and centre. Find yourself immersed in a bluesy whiskey soaked ode to what real country should be…finally something to dig my teeth into again and again.” – Sandy Smith, Slowcoustic
“Doc Feldman’s new album sounds like the weary, worndown end of a dark barroom set. Tired, frustrated, and beaten, his songs are of a particularly compelling breed of Southern gothic. There’s hope there, but the kind of hope you find at the ass-end of a hot humid Southern day as you collapse on your bed for rest. There’s depth to these songs, and weight, and something that fills up your soul just a little bit.” – Devon Leger, Hearth Music
 
Released by: This Is American Music 
Release/catalogue number: TIAM0027 
Release date: Jul 16, 2013 

Doc Feldman & The LD50 - Sundowning at the Station - available everywhere today.  

Buy on cd + download 

http://docfeldman.bandcamp.com/#

Itunes link -  https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/sundowning-at-the-station/id673370373

stream, dl, cd… #ShopIndie

Doc Feldman & The LD50 - Sundowning at the Station

After years of supporting other musicians and playing in bands, including his most recently defunct band, Good Saints, veteran multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Derek “Doc” Feldman is releasing his first solo album Sundowning at the Station. The album was recorded by Jason Groves at Sneak Attack! In Lexington, Kentucky and is being released via This Is American Music on July 16th, 2013. Calling themselves “the LD50,” Doc enlisted the help of a few friends, including close friend and sometimes songwriting collaborator James Jackson Toth (aka Wooden Wand), to help fill out the sound. 

Similar to an old, well-constructed house that has been lived in by lonesome, lost, and booze-lovin’ residents for centuries, each element on Sundowning at the Station serves its purpose and without one the others collapse. One might be tempted to listen to this album with a couple of pain pills and a shot of whiskey to numb the heartache, but the songs themselves serves as the vaccination from the real disease. Songs like the mournful “Ready” and the bluesy and bruised “Alive for Now” both sung with honesty and experience. Or there’s the earthy minimalist howl of “Can’t Quit You.” There’s the hardened and gritty “Cold Tile Floor” or lapsteel-laced “A Texas Moan,” both of which are collaborative songwriting efforts between Feldman and Toth. “A Texas Moan” has been re-worked here, but the song itself was originally released on a 7” vinyl split with Kill County when Doc and James were with Good Saints. Also of particular note is the weary yet hopeful “Battle Hymn” performed by Doc, but written by old friends and St. Louis, Missouri staples Brothers Lazaroff.

“Doc Feldman’s debut album Sundowning at the Station brings the gothic South front and centre. Find yourself immersed in a bluesy whiskey soaked ode to what real country should be…finally something to dig my teeth into again and again.” – Sandy Smith, Slowcoustic

“Doc Feldman’s new album sounds like the weary, worndown end of a dark barroom set. Tired, frustrated, and beaten, his songs are of a particularly compelling breed of Southern gothic. There’s hope there, but the kind of hope you find at the ass-end of a hot humid Southern day as you collapse on your bed for rest. There’s depth to these songs, and weight, and something that fills up your soul just a little bit.” – Devon Leger, Hearth Music

 

Released by: This Is American Music 

Release/catalogue number: TIAM0027 

Release date: Jul 16, 2013 

12
Jul
Next Tuesday 7/16 we’ll be introducing you to Lexington, Kentucky’s own Doc Feldman and releasing his debut record Sundowning at the Station.  
read some and come back Tuesday to get it on cd and/or download
After years of supporting other musicians and playing in bands, including his most recently defunct band, Good Saints, veteran multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Derek “Doc” Feldman is releasing his first solo album Sundowning at the Station. The album was recorded by Jason Groves at Sneak Attack! In Lexington, Kentucky and is being released via This Is American Music on July 16th, 2013. Calling themselves “the LD50,” Doc enlisted the help of a few friends, including close friend and sometimes songwriting collaborator James Jackson Toth (aka Wooden Wand), to help fill out the sound.
Similar to an old, well-constructed house that has been lived in by lonesome, lost, and booze-lovin’ residents for centuries, each element on Sundowning at the Station serves its purpose and without one the others collapse. One might be tempted to listen to this album with a couple of pain pills and a shot of whiskey to numb the heartache, but the songs themselves serves as the vaccination from the real disease. Songs like the mournful “Ready” and the bluesy and bruised “Alive for Now” both sung with honesty and experience. Or there’s the earthy minimalist howl of “Can’t Quit You.” There’s the hardened and gritty “Cold Tile Floor” or lapsteel-laced “A Texas Moan,” both of which are collaborative songwriting efforts between Feldman and Toth. “A Texas Moan” has been re-worked here, but the song itself was originally released on a 7” vinyl split with Kill County when Doc and James were with Good Saints. Also of particular note is the weary yet hopeful “Battle Hymn” performed by Doc, but written by old friends and St. Louis, Missouri staples Brothers Lazaroff.“Doc Feldman’s debut album Sundowning at the Station brings the gothic South front and centre. Find yourself immersed in a bluesy whiskey soaked ode to what real country should be…finally something to dig my teeth into again and again.” – Sandy Smith, Slowcoustic“Doc Feldman’s new album sounds like the weary, worn down end of a dark barroom set. Tired, frustrated, and beaten, his songs are of a particularly compelling breed of Southern gothic. There’s hope there, but the kind of hope you find at the ass-end of a hot humid Southern day as you collapse on your bed for rest. There’s depth to these songs, and weight, and something that fills up your soul just a little bit.” – Devon Leger, Hearth Music
 
RIYL: Jason Molina, Richard Buckner, Wooden Wand

Next Tuesday 7/16 we’ll be introducing you to Lexington, Kentucky’s own Doc Feldman and releasing his debut record Sundowning at the Station.  

read some and come back Tuesday to get it on cd and/or download

After years of supporting other musicians and playing in bands, including his most recently defunct band, Good Saints, veteran multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Derek “Doc” Feldman is releasing his first solo album Sundowning at the Station. The album was recorded by Jason Groves at Sneak Attack! In Lexington, Kentucky and is being released via This Is American Music on July 16th, 2013. Calling themselves “the LD50,” Doc enlisted the help of a few friends, including close friend and sometimes songwriting collaborator James Jackson Toth (aka Wooden Wand), to help fill out the sound.

Similar to an old, well-constructed house that has been lived in by lonesome, lost, and booze-lovin’ residents for centuries, each element on Sundowning at the Station serves its purpose and without one the others collapse. One might be tempted to listen to this album with a couple of pain pills and a shot of whiskey to numb the heartache, but the songs themselves serves as the vaccination from the real disease. Songs like the mournful “Ready” and the bluesy and bruised “Alive for Now” both sung with honesty and experience. Or there’s the earthy minimalist howl of “Can’t Quit You.” There’s the hardened and gritty “Cold Tile Floor” or lapsteel-laced “A Texas Moan,” both of which are collaborative songwriting efforts between Feldman and Toth. “A Texas Moan” has been re-worked here, but the song itself was originally released on a 7” vinyl split with Kill County when Doc and James were with Good Saints. Also of particular note is the weary yet hopeful “Battle Hymn” performed by Doc, but written by old friends and St. Louis, Missouri staples Brothers Lazaroff.

“Doc Feldman’s debut album Sundowning at the Station brings the gothic South front and centre. Find yourself immersed in a bluesy whiskey soaked ode to what real country should be…finally something to dig my teeth into again and again.” – Sandy Smith, Slowcoustic

“Doc Feldman’s new album sounds like the weary, worn down end of a dark barroom set. Tired, frustrated, and beaten, his songs are of a particularly compelling breed of Southern gothic. There’s hope there, but the kind of hope you find at the ass-end of a hot humid Southern day as you collapse on your bed for rest. There’s depth to these songs, and weight, and something that fills up your soul just a little bit.” – Devon Leger, Hearth Music

 

RIYL: Jason Molina, Richard Buckner, Wooden Wand

14
Nov
Magnolia Mountain - Town & Country

Magnolia Mountain - Town & Country

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