From: Sue Cavendish [suecavendish_at_blueyonder_dot_co_dot_uk]
Sent: 30 July 2008 15:32
Subject: Hot NetRhythms!
Hello Everyone, welcome back to NetRhythms
The 'hot' gig tonight is the fabulous CHERRYHOLMES family band
at the LUMINAIRE, 311 High Road, Kilburn, London NW6
get on over - doors open at 7.30pm - and there is air-conditioning!
If you love Bluegrass harmonies this is the gig for you.
Read Michael Mee's review:
We'll we sending out a new LISTINGS Newsletter next week.
Warning all bands & booking agents!
Please check our LISTINGS page
and if anything is missing, email NetRhythms with details of Autumn TOURS.
We require dates, venues and contact phone for bookings
MERCURY NOMINATIONS are just in - with the winner of the Prize being announced on Awards Night in September.
It used to be the "Mercury Music Prize". However they've dropped the "music" bit and are now sponsored by Nationwide!
The 12 nominees are:
Elbow - The Seldom Seen Kid (Universal/Fiction)
Radiohead - In Rainbows (Beggars/XL Recordings)
British Sea Power - Do You Like Rock Music (Beggars/Rough Trade)
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss - Raising Sand (Universal/Rounder)
Burial - Untrue (Hyperdub)
Estelle - Shine (Warner/Atlantic)
Adele - 19 (Beggars/XL Recordings)
Laura Marling  - Alas I Cannot Swim (EMI/Virgin)
Rachel Unthank & The Winterset - The Bairns (EMI)
Neon Neon - Stainless Style (Lex)
Portico Quartet - Knee Deep In The North Sea (Vortex)
The Last Shadow Puppets - The Age Of The Understatement (Domino)
The Latest Album & Book Reviews - late JULY 2008
Cherryholmes - Cherryholmes II - Black and White (Skaggs Family Records)
Various Artists - Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys (Anti)
Eve Selis - Angels and Eagles (HCT)
Rachel Harrington - City Of Refuge (Skinny Dennis Records)
Ron Sexsmith - Exit Strategy of the Soul (Kensaltown)
Rusty Truck - Luck's Changing Lanes (Rykodisc)
Reckless Kelly - Bulletproof (Yep Roc)
Ry Cooder - I, Flathead (Nonesuch/Perro Verde)
Robyn Ludwick - Too Much Desire (Freedom)
Chip Taylor - New Songs Of Freedom (Train Wreck)
Angel Band - With Roots And Wings (Appleseed)
The Watson Twins - Fire Songs (Vanguard)
The Baseball Project - Vol 1: Frozen Ropes and Dying Quails (Blue Rose)
Tony Joe White - Deep Cuts (Munich Records)
Blueprintmusic - SlowPaceQuickening (Blueprintmusic)
The Long Notes - The Long Notes (JS Records)
Rattle The Boards - The Parish Platform (Doon Productions)
The Claque - Sounding Now (WildGoose Studios)
Kerfuffle - To The Ground (Rootbeat)
Oliver Loughlin & Damian O'Brien - The Factory Turn (Copperplate)
David Bromberg Quartet - Live, New York City 1982 (Appleseed)
Hellsongs - Hymns In The Key of 666 (Despot)
Matt Taylor Band - No Trouble At All (Bluesy Electric Recordings)
Janet Russell - Love Songs And Fighting Talk (Harbourtown)
Various Artists - The Clare Set (Free Reed)
The Maerlock - Sofa (Fellside)
Bill Whaley & Dave Fletcher - Acorn To Oak (Bilda)
The Homemade Jamz Blues Band - Pay Me No Mind (NorthernBlues Music)
Moreland & Arbuckle - 1861 (NorthernBlues Music)
Rupa & The April Fishes - Extraordinary Rendition (Cumbancha)
The Garifuna Women's Project - Umalali (Cumbancha)
Steve Turner - The Whirligig of Time (Tradition Bearers)
Bob Cheevers - Fiona's World (Berkalin Records)
Broadcaster - Primary Transmission (Red Grape)
Dick Gaughan - Live! At The Trades Club (Greentrax)
Isambarde - Living History (Whirly Whorl)
Ann & Dave Reader - Scarecrow (Own Label)
Flo & Eddie - The Phlorescent Leach & Eddie / Flo & Eddie (FloEdCo)
Grahame Hood - Empty Pocket Blues: The Life and Music of Clive Palmer(Book) (Helter Skelter)
BB & The Blues Shacks - Unique Taste (Crosscut Records)
Storm Warning - Something Real (Own Label)
Our new NETRHYTHMS Front Page Favourites are Hamish Birchall and Show of Hands - they've been there before and they'll surely be there again! There's news of how to download the video of SoH's "Roots" single - the "Live Music" anthem. Then there's the update of progress (or lack of it) for changes to the Licencing Law. Things move slowly but as long as we don't give up thinking we can make a difference, we will!
Love, Sue
Sue Cavendish, Editor