The next ConservativeLA Radio show (on Duane FM in the Hughniverse, Friday, 02/13/15, 7:00 Pacific/10:00 Eastern) will be a two-part show.

The first hour will consist of what I’ll call New Retro–newer artists who, for the most part, harken back to old school Country and the like. With the exception of Big Sandy & The Fly-Rite Trio (a favorite of David Burge AKA Iowahawkblog), the bands come from these two articles by Nicholas Pell:

10 Country Artists You Should Be Listening To

10 More Country Artists You Need to Listen To

The second hour will be songs about wrecks and crashes, with an emphasis on train wrecks.

Hence the show title, New Retro Wrecks. See what I did there?

Spotify set list here.

Hope you can stop by and listen, and join us in chat!

Set list:

Jason Boland: When I’m Stoned
The Whiskey Sisters: So Close To The Sung
Jamey Johnson: The Dollar
Eric Strickland & the B Sides: I’m Bad For You
Lindi Ortega: Little Lie
The .357 String Band: Down On A Bender
Big Sandy & The Fly-Rite Trio: Hot Water
Dallas Moore: Texas Tornado
Joseph Huber: Shovel On Your Shoulder
Big Sandy & The Fly-Rite Trio: Don’t Desert Me
Daniel Romano: Lost (For As Long As I Live)
Caitlin Rose: Pink Champagne
The Secret Sisters: Lonely Island
Big Sandy: Queen Of My Heart
Lydia Loveless: They Don’t Know
Shovels & Rope: Ohio
Sturgill Simpson: Living the Dream
Big Sandy & The Fly-Rite Trio: Power of the 45
Whitey Morgan and the 78’s: I Ain’t Drunk
Hellbound Glory: Goodnight, Irene
The Louvin Brothers: The Wreck On The Highway
King Wilkie: Wrecking Ball
Old 97’s: I’m A Trainwreck
John Hiatt: Blues Can’t Even Find Me
Ryan Adams: My Wrecking Ball
Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale: The Train That Carried My Gal
James House: Train Wreck
Green Day: Brutal Love
The Primitives: Crash
Emmylou Harris: Wrecking Ball
Johnny Cash: The Wreck Of The Old 97
Michael Juan Nunez and the American Electric: Train Wreck
John Hiatt & The Goners: Almost Fed Up With The Blues
Tom Petty: You Wreck Me
Gillian Welch: Wrecking Ball
Eric Church: Like A Wrecking Ball
Roy Acuff & The Smoky Mountain Boys: Wreck on the Highway