• Published: Mar 30th, 2011
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Rock Again, with The Ragged Hearts

The label themselves as Country/Glam/Rock, but I know one thing. The Ragged Hearts sound wonderful.

Rock Again
The White Lady, by The Ragged Hearts (The Ragged Hearts on Facebook)

First played on The Rock Show #66, August 2006.

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  • Published: Mar 25th, 2011
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The Rock Show at SXSW, #4

Back from Austin, but still in a SXSW state of mind, it’s time to wind down with five more great bands from the streets of the Texas capital.

The Rock Show at SXSW #4

Modern Freedom, by Adrian and the Sickness (Adrian and the Sickness on MySpace).
Birds, by The Submarines (www.thesubmarines.com).
Eggshells, by Rachel Sermanni (Rachel Sermanni on MySpace).
Getcha Good, by Jenn Grant (www.jenngrant.com).
When We Swam, by Thao with The Get Down Stay Down (www.thaomusic.com)

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  • Published: Mar 23rd, 2011
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Rock Again, with The Murmur

It’s a rich 1960’s summer of love sound, but this is a 21st century band, from Kidderminster. But it’s a wonderful sound to listen to once more.

Rock Again
Another Vietnam Morning, by The Murmur (www.themurmur.co.uk)

First played on The Rock Show #40, January 2006

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