27
Mar
We’re happy to announce that This Is American Music is teaming up with Caleb Caudle to release his full length Paint Another Layer On My Heart in June 2014.  Caleb has been criss-crossing the eastern US relentlessly, playing dates with folks like John Moreland, American Aquarium, and Jessica Lea Mayfield, and has crafted a record we think is pretty special, with an assist from a few people whose names may be, or should be, familiar.  We can’t wait for y’all to hear it.  Stay tuned for more release info and May, June and Summer tour date announcements.  
Vinyl / digital / cd
Paint Another Layer On My Heart
Track listing:1. How’d You Learn2. The Countdown3. Drag4. Trade All The Lights5. Bottles & Cans6. Monday7. Missing Holidays8. Miss You Like Crazy9. Another Night10. Come On OctoberPersonnel: Engineered by Jon Ashley at ECHO mountain in Asheville, NC and Mastered by Evan Bradford.Bass/vocals: Jordan PowersDrums: Jack FosterElectric Guitar: Tommy ScifresPedal Steel: Whit WrightPiano/B3 organ: Greg HerndonVocals: Lydia Loveless
photo cred: Andy Tennille
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Follow along here: 
http://calebcaudle.com/
https://www.facebook.com/calebcaudlemusic

We’re happy to announce that This Is American Music is teaming up with Caleb Caudle to release his full length Paint Another Layer On My Heart in June 2014.  Caleb has been criss-crossing the eastern US relentlessly, playing dates with folks like John Moreland, American Aquarium, and Jessica Lea Mayfield, and has crafted a record we think is pretty special, with an assist from a few people whose names may be, or should be, familiar.  We can’t wait for y’all to hear it.  Stay tuned for more release info and May, June and Summer tour date announcements.  

Vinyl / digital / cd

Paint Another Layer On My Heart

Track listing:
1. How’d You Learn
2. The Countdown
3. Drag
4. Trade All The Lights
5. Bottles & Cans
6. Monday
7. Missing Holidays
8. Miss You Like Crazy
9. Another Night
10. Come On October

Personnel: Engineered by Jon Ashley at ECHO mountain in Asheville, NC and Mastered by Evan Bradford.

Bass/vocals: Jordan Powers
Drums: Jack Foster
Electric Guitar: Tommy Scifres
Pedal Steel: Whit Wright
Piano/B3 organ: Greg Herndon
Vocals: Lydia Loveless

photo cred: Andy Tennille

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Follow along here: 

http://calebcaudle.com/

https://www.facebook.com/calebcaudlemusic

21
Oct

We got together with our friends at Mod Mobilian a few weeks ago for Hurray for the Riff Raff's “My Dearest Darkest Neighbor” release show…and this happened. Great video/sound work, everyone.

http://modmobilian.com/2013/10/live-music-video-premiere-hurray-for-the-riff-raff-slow-walk-live-at-amb/

09
Sep
07
Aug

if you feel it, you gotta do it…

Hurray For The Riff Raff - My Dearest Darkest Neighbor

04
Jul

Hurray For The Riff Raff - My Dearest Darkest Neighbor 7/1/13

Mod Mobilian Records and This Is American Music are proud to announce the release of Hurray for the Riff Raff’s album “My Dearest Darkest Neighbor” on July 1st, 2013. The album will be available for the first time publicly, including the previously unreleased “My Sweet Lord.”

These are songs I’ve gathered over the years. I’ve taken them with me wherever I go. For a musician who lives most of her life on the road, the songs you know and love are one of your only consistencies. They carry a feeling of home. These songs have been there for me in a dark hour. They’ve guided me down long roads that stretched through time. They have illuminated me on the human spirit, its unbreakable will, its strength and power. The songwriters who’ve penned them have inspired me endlessly. I have studied them through records because I hope to never cease my education on how to write a good tune. I threw on two songs I’ve written that were building blocks for me. These are my attempts at the folk tradition of writing a song where someone else left off. I try to learn from the greats. These are soul songs, let’s sing them together. - Alynda lee Segarra

Released by: Mod Mobilian / This Is American Music 
Release/catalogue number: MM-TIAM002 
Release date: Jul 1, 2013 
01
Jul
Out Today on This Is American Music / Mod Mobilian
Hurray For The Riff Raff - My Dearest Darkest Neighbor 
buy on cd / download right now ——
http://hftrr.bandcamp.com/album/my-dearest-darkest-neighbor
available on Itunes, Amazon, Spotify, and everywhere else tomorrow (7/2)
<a href=”http://hftrr.bandcamp.com/album/my-dearest-darkest-neighbor” data-mce-href=”http://hftrr.bandcamp.com/album/my-dearest-darkest-neighbor”>My Dearest Darkest Neighbor by Hurray For The Riff Raff</a>
Mod Mobilian Records and This Is American Music are proud to announce the release of Hurray for the Riff Raff’s album “My Dearest Darkest Neighbor” on July 1st, 2013. The album will be available for the first time publicly, including the previously unreleased “My Sweet Lord.” 
These are songs I’ve gathered over the years. I’ve taken them with me wherever I go. For a musician who lives most of her life on the road, the songs you know and love are one of your only consistencies. They carry a feeling of home. These songs have been there for me in a dark hour. They’ve guided me down long roads that stretched through time. They have illuminated me on the human spirit, its unbreakable will, its strength and power. The songwriters who’ve penned them have inspired me endlessly. I have studied them through records because I hope to never cease my education on how to write a good tune. I threw on two songs I’ve written that were building blocks for me. These are my attempts at the folk tradition of writing a song where someone else left off. I try to learn from the greats. These are soul songs, let’s sing them together. - Alynda lee Segarra 
tour dates
July 8   Birmingham, AL  (Bottle Tree)July 9   Knoxville, TN  (Barley s Tap Room)July 10   Asheville, NC  (Grey Eagle)July 11   Nashville, TN  (The End)July 12   St. Louis, MO  (Firebird)July 13   Okemah, OK  (The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival)July 14   Tulsa, OK  (Change Ballroom with Alabama Shakes)July 15   Albuquerque, NM  (Pope Joy Hall with Alabama Shakes)July 17   Los Angeles, CA  (The Hollywood Paladium with Alabama Shakes)July 18   Los Angeles, CA  (The Hollywood Paladium with Alabama Shakes)July 19   Los Vegas, NV  (The Pearl Theatre with Alabama Shakes)July 21   Vancouver, Canada  (The Vancouver Folk Festival)July 23   Vancouver, Canada  (The Vancouver Folk Festival)July 23   Vancouver, Canada  (The Vogue Theatre with Alabama Shakes)July 25   Waterford, CT  (Hearthness Memorial Park with Judy Collins)July 26   Portsmouth, NH  (Prescott Park Arts Festival)July 27   Newport, RI  (Newport Folk Festival)July 30   North Hampton, MA  (Iron Horse)Aug. 1   Brooklyn, NY  (Knitting Factory)Aug. 2   New Haven, CT  (Cafi Nine)Aug. 3   New London, CT  (The Hygenic Art Park Concert)Aug. 4   Woodstock, NY  (Colony Cafi)Aug. 7   Washington, DC  (Black Cat)Aug. 8   Bethlehem, PA  (Musikfest)Aug. 9   Philadelphia, PA  (Jonny Brenda s)Aug. 10   New York, NY  (The Lincoln Center, Hearst Plaza)Sept. 6  - Portland, OR  (The Bunk Bar, acoustic duo)Sept. 7-8   Sisters, OR  (The Sister s Folk Festival, acoustic duo)

Out Today on This Is American Music / Mod Mobilian

Hurray For The Riff Raff - My Dearest Darkest Neighbor 

buy on cd / download right now ——

http://hftrr.bandcamp.com/album/my-dearest-darkest-neighbor

available on Itunes, Amazon, Spotify, and everywhere else tomorrow (7/2)

Mod Mobilian Records and This Is American Music are proud to announce the release of Hurray for the Riff Raff’s album “My Dearest Darkest Neighbor” on July 1st, 2013. The album will be available for the first time publicly, including the previously unreleased “My Sweet Lord.” 

These are songs I’ve gathered over the years. I’ve taken them with me wherever I go. For a musician who lives most of her life on the road, the songs you know and love are one of your only consistencies. They carry a feeling of home. These songs have been there for me in a dark hour. They’ve guided me down long roads that stretched through time. They have illuminated me on the human spirit, its unbreakable will, its strength and power. The songwriters who’ve penned them have inspired me endlessly. I have studied them through records because I hope to never cease my education on how to write a good tune. I threw on two songs I’ve written that were building blocks for me. These are my attempts at the folk tradition of writing a song where someone else left off. I try to learn from the greats. These are soul songs, let’s sing them together. - Alynda lee Segarra 

tour dates

July 8   Birmingham, AL  (Bottle Tree)
July 9   Knoxville, TN  (Barley s Tap Room)
July 10   Asheville, NC  (Grey Eagle)
July 11   Nashville, TN  (The End)
July 12   St. Louis, MO  (Firebird)
July 13   Okemah, OK  (The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival)
July 14   Tulsa, OK  (Change Ballroom with Alabama Shakes)
July 15   Albuquerque, NM  (Pope Joy Hall with Alabama Shakes)
July 17   Los Angeles, CA  (The Hollywood Paladium with Alabama Shakes)
July 18   Los Angeles, CA  (The Hollywood Paladium with Alabama Shakes)
July 19   Los Vegas, NV  (The Pearl Theatre with Alabama Shakes)
July 21   Vancouver, Canada  (The Vancouver Folk Festival)
July 23   Vancouver, Canada  (The Vancouver Folk Festival)
July 23   Vancouver, Canada  (The Vogue Theatre with Alabama Shakes)
July 25   Waterford, CT  (Hearthness Memorial Park with Judy Collins)
July 26   Portsmouth, NH  (Prescott Park Arts Festival)
July 27   Newport, RI  (Newport Folk Festival)
July 30   North Hampton, MA  (Iron Horse)
Aug. 1   Brooklyn, NY  (Knitting Factory)
Aug. 2   New Haven, CT  (Cafi Nine)
Aug. 3   New London, CT  (The Hygenic Art Park Concert)
Aug. 4   Woodstock, NY  (Colony Cafi)
Aug. 7   Washington, DC  (Black Cat)
Aug. 8   Bethlehem, PA  (Musikfest)
Aug. 9   Philadelphia, PA  (Jonny Brenda s)
Aug. 10   New York, NY  (The Lincoln Center, Hearst Plaza)
Sept. 6  - Portland, OR  (The Bunk Bar, acoustic duo)
Sept. 7-8   Sisters, OR  (The Sister s Folk Festival, acoustic duo)

25
Jun
Coming to This Is American Music Monday 7/1
Available everywhere worldwide 7/2
Hurray For The Riff Raff - My Dearest Darkest Neighbor


These are songs I’ve gathered over the years. I’ve taken them with me wherever I go. For a musician who lives most of her life on the road, the songs you know and love are one of your only consistencies. They carry a feeling of home. These songs have been there for me in a dark hour. They’ve guided me down long roads that stretched through time. They have illuminated me on the human spirit, its unbreakable will, its strength and power.  The songwriters who’ve penned them have inspired me endlessly. I have studied them through records because I hope to never cease my education on how to write a  good tune. I threw on two songs I’ve written that were building blocks for me. These are my attempts at the folk tradition of writing a song where someone else left off. I try to learn from the greats. These are soul songs, let’s sing them together. - Alynda lee Segarra



Track Listing

1. Delta Momma Blues (Written by Townes Van Zandt)  
                                                        
2. Fine and Mellow (Written by Billie Holiday, adapted by Alynda lee Segarra)                        
        
3. My Morphine (Written by Gillian Welch)                                                                                

4. Black Jack Davey (Traditional)                                                                       

5. Western Cowboy (Written by Lead Belly arranged by Alynda lee Segarra)                           

6. Jealous Guy (Written by John Lennon)                                                                                

7. Just A Heart (Written by James Hand)                                                                                

8. Angel Ballad (Written by Alynda lee Segarra, based on the Gillian Welch composition “Ruination Day”)            
 
9. Cuckoo (Written by Alynda lee Segarra)                                                                              

10. People Talkin’ (Written by Lucinda Williams)                                                                    

11. River (Written by Joni Mitchell)                                                                                        

12. I’m Goin’ Away (Written by Elizabeth Cotten)                                                                  

13. Lonesome I Could Cry (Written by Hank Williams)                                                      

14. My Sweet Lord (Written by George Harrison)

Coming to This Is American Music Monday 7/1

Available everywhere worldwide 7/2

Hurray For The Riff Raff - My Dearest Darkest Neighbor

These are songs I’ve gathered over the years. I’ve taken them with me wherever I go. For a musician who lives most of her life on the road, the songs you know and love are one of your only consistencies. They carry a feeling of home. These songs have been there for me in a dark hour. They’ve guided me down long roads that stretched through time. They have illuminated me on the human spirit, its unbreakable will, its strength and power.  The songwriters who’ve penned them have inspired me endlessly. I have studied them through records because I hope to never cease my education on how to write a  good tune. I threw on two songs I’ve written that were building blocks for me. These are my attempts at the folk tradition of writing a song where someone else left off. I try to learn from the greats. These are soul songs, let’s sing them together. - Alynda lee Segarra
Track Listing
1. Delta Momma Blues (Written by Townes Van Zandt)  
                                                        
2. Fine and Mellow (Written by Billie Holiday, adapted by Alynda lee Segarra)                        
        
3. My Morphine (Written by Gillian Welch)                                                                                
4. Black Jack Davey (Traditional)                                                                       
5. Western Cowboy (Written by Lead Belly arranged by Alynda lee Segarra)                           
6. Jealous Guy (Written by John Lennon)                                                                                
7. Just A Heart (Written by James Hand)                                                                                
8. Angel Ballad (Written by Alynda lee Segarra, based on the Gillian Welch composition “Ruination Day”)            
 
9. Cuckoo (Written by Alynda lee Segarra)                                                                              
10. People Talkin’ (Written by Lucinda Williams)                                                                    
11. River (Written by Joni Mitchell)                                                                                        
12. I’m Goin’ Away (Written by Elizabeth Cotten)                                                                  
13. Lonesome I Could Cry (Written by Hank Williams)                                                      
14. My Sweet Lord (Written by George Harrison)
12
Jun
Hurray For The Riff Raff - My Dearest Darkest Neighbor coming via This Is American Music / Mod Mobilian 7/1/13.

“These are songs I’ve gathered over the years. I’ve taken them with me wherever I go. For a musician who lives most of her life on the road, the songs you know and love are one of your only consistencies. They carry a feeling of home. These songs have been there for me in a dark hour. They’ve guided me down long roads that stretched through time. They have illuminated me on the human spirit, its unbreakable will, its strength and power.  The songwriters who’ve penned them have inspired me endlessly. I have studied them because I hope to never cease my education on how to write a good tune. I threw on two songs I’ve written that were building blocks for me. These are my attempts at the folk tradition of writing a song where someone else left off. I try to learn from the greats. These are soul songs, let’s sing them together. “  - Alynda lee Segarra
Track Listing
1. Delta Momma Blues (Written by Townes Van Zandt)                                                           
2. Fine and Mellow (Written by Billie Holiday, adapted by Alynda lee Segarra)                                 
3. My Morphine (Written by Gillian Welch)                                                                                
4. Black Jack Davey (Traditional)                                                                        
5. Western Cowboy (Written by Lead Belly arranged by Alynda lee Segarra)                           
6. Jealous Guy (Written by John Lennon)                                                                                
7. Just A Heart (Written by James Hand)                                                                                
8. Angel Ballad (Written by Alynda lee Segarra, based on the Gillian Welch composition “Ruination Day”)             
9. Cuckoo (Written by Alynda lee Segarra)                                                                              
10. People Talkin’ (Written by Lucinda Williams)                                                                    
11. River (Written by Joni Mitchell)                                                                                        
12. I’m Goin’ Away (Written by Elizabeth Cotten)                                                                  
13. Lonesome I Could Cry (Written by Hank Williams)                                                      
14. My Sweet Lord (Written by George Harrison)

Hurray For The Riff Raff - My Dearest Darkest Neighbor coming via This Is American Music / Mod Mobilian 7/1/13.

“These are songs I’ve gathered over the years. I’ve taken them with me wherever I go. For a musician who lives most of her life on the road, the songs you know and love are one of your only consistencies. They carry a feeling of home. These songs have been there for me in a dark hour. They’ve guided me down long roads that stretched through time. They have illuminated me on the human spirit, its unbreakable will, its strength and power.  The songwriters who’ve penned them have inspired me endlessly. I have studied them because I hope to never cease my education on how to write a good tune. I threw on two songs I’ve written that were building blocks for me. These are my attempts at the folk tradition of writing a song where someone else left off. I try to learn from the greats. These are soul songs, let’s sing them together. “  - Alynda lee Segarra

Track Listing

1. Delta Momma Blues (Written by Townes Van Zandt)                                                           

2. Fine and Mellow (Written by Billie Holiday, adapted by Alynda lee Segarra)                                 

3. My Morphine (Written by Gillian Welch)                                                                                

4. Black Jack Davey (Traditional)                                                                        

5. Western Cowboy (Written by Lead Belly arranged by Alynda lee Segarra)                           

6. Jealous Guy (Written by John Lennon)                                                                                

7. Just A Heart (Written by James Hand)                                                                                

8. Angel Ballad (Written by Alynda lee Segarra, based on the Gillian Welch composition “Ruination Day”)             

9. Cuckoo (Written by Alynda lee Segarra)                                                                              

10. People Talkin’ (Written by Lucinda Williams)                                                                    

11. River (Written by Joni Mitchell)                                                                                        

12. I’m Goin’ Away (Written by Elizabeth Cotten)                                                                  

13. Lonesome I Could Cry (Written by Hank Williams)                                                      

14. My Sweet Lord (Written by George Harrison)

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