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Artist of the Week

TRIPLE A NEWS

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The top of the Most Added list finds a 16-add tie between Marcus Mumford and The Killers, followed by 10 adds posting on Boulder headliner Charley Crockett’s The Man From Waco. Plains garners seven adds for I Walked A Ways With You, as another Boulder performer – Sam Fender – picks up six adds on Seventeen Going Under to round things out.

 

A couple of Boulder participants are looking for love next week, with Julian Lennon’s “Lucky Ones,” and “You Can’t Change Me” by Strung Like A Horse going for adds, as well as Vandoliers’ “Better Run.” As always, you can find the complete Going For Adds listings at the bottom of this page

 

Boulder: It’s A Wrap, 2023 Dates Announced

 

 

 

 

After that it was up to the Fox for Hill Stage performances by Illiterate Light and Ceramic Animal and Main Stage sets by Charley Crockett, Sam Fender, and Nikki Lane then back to our host, the St. Julien, for the Late Night Lounge with Amanda Cross and SOAK.  We also welcomed the last-minute booking news that Lukas Nelson was now scheduled to perform the Awards Luncheon on Friday.

 

Day Two of the JBE Triple A SummitFest opened with a performance by Bruce Sudano warming things up for our first panel, Change in a Changing World hosted by moderator Gary Kraen of WRLT/Nashville then it was off to lunch featuring performances by The Empty Pockets and Cecilia Castleman.  The afternoon brought a performance by Miya Folick then we considered Creating New Traditions during the panel hosted by WAPSBrad Savage before heading back to the tent for a cocktail party with PJ Western and Jessie Baylin.  Our night at the Fox highlighted sets by KT Tunstall and Allison Ponthier on the Hill Stage and Matt Maeson, Delta Spirit, and Myron Elkins took on the Main Stage before we returned to the St. Julien for the Late Night Lounge "Campout" with Michael McArthur and Strung Like A Horse, with the Julien ballroom decked out to look and feel just like a campground!

 

Friday brought a close to this year’s edition of the JBE Triple A SummitFest where we invited KBCO listeners in and partook in the annual Music Meeting hosted by VuHausMark Abuzzahab with a performance by Gavin DeGraw then moved into the tent for the last time for the Awards Luncheon where we were treated to sets by JP Saxe and last-minute addition Lukas Nelson.  Congratulations to all of our nominees, a full list of winners can be found here, and you can see photos from SummitFest here. Thanks to all the labels and performers who participated and all the attendees.join JBE when we return to the Fox and St. Julien for SummitFest, August 2-4, 2023.

Around The Horn

KXT/Dallas has announced Get Loud with KXT, a free concert on Friday, October 21, 2022, at Klyde Warren Park, sponsored by Texas Counter Fitters. The event will celebrate North Texas music, with special performances from Joshua Ray Walker and Luna LunaWMOT/Nashville is looking for an Operations Manager to oversee the station’s systems and technical ops. You can find all the info here... WNRN/Richmond-Charlottesville has announced the lineup for its Dead Air III fundraiser on August 27 at The National in Richmond. There will be performances from 24 local artists covering Grateful Dead music, including Illiterate Light and The Hackensaw Boys. You can find the full lineup here... The Beggars Group has announced that Steve Glauber moves into the new role of Head Of US Operations and Andy Larsen has been promoted to Head Of Sales. Glauber had been US Director Of Digital Operations, while Larsen will now oversee the sales team, moving over from her previous role of Director of Sales… Lamont Dozier, one third of Motown’s Holland-Dozier-Holland songwriting team responsible for a huge number of the label’s hits including “You Can’t Hurry Love,” “Heat Wave,” “Can I Get A Witness,” and “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” has died at the age of 81. No cause of death has been reported.

The inaugural live, in-person JBE Triple A SummitFest took place at the St. Julien Hotel & Spa and Boulder CO’s Fox Theatre last Wednesday-Friday, August 3-5 and the mood was celebratory at the first Boulder gathering since 2019, as old friends reunited and new friends were welcomed, all with a soundtrack of some of the most compelling artists – old and new – heard on the Triple A airwaves performing. Day One kicked off with a performance by The Taylor Scott Band opening up The Keynote Interview of Steve Earle conducted by KBCO’s Bret Saunders. Festivities continued at the Opening Reception with a performance by Daisy The Great and a Julian Lennon World Premiere of his new song, “Lucky Ones.” Af

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Going for Adds

8.15-16

Chadwick Johnson "The Point" (Independent)

Danielia Cotton "Elysian Plains" (Cottontown)

Great Get Gone Rescue Me (Independent)

Jetty Rae Time Traveler (Independent)

Joe Marcinek Band 5 (Independent)

Julian Lennon "Lucky Ones" (BMG)

Loudon Wainwright III "Town And Country" (StorySound)

Quinn Christopherson "Celine" (Independent)

Stella Donnelly "How Was Your Day?" (Secretly)

Strung Like A Horse "You Can't Change Me" (Transoceanic)

Turnover "Myself In The Way" (Run For Cover)

Twiddle "Beautiful" (Independent)

Vandoliers "Better Run" (Soundly)

8.22-23

Ace Of Cups "Baby Come Home" (Independent)

Beware Wolves Beware Wolves (Independent)

Eduardo "Time Machine" (Independent)

Geoff Bradford Persuaded (Independent)

Honey Made "Upstairs" (Independent)

Kathy Ingraham Everlasting Cool (Independent)

Pixies "Vault Of Heaven" (BMG)

Sam Burchfield "Sugar Cane" (Soundly)

Sylvan Esso "Echo Party" (Loma Vista/Concord)

Wildermiss "W.I.F.I." (Independent)

8.29-30

Commonheart "Trying To Get Over" (Julian)

Michael McArthur "Waltz For Life" (Transoceanic)

9/06-07

Built To Spill "Fool's Gold" (Sub Pop)

OUT NOW

Ace Of Cups "Baby Come Home" (Independent)

Barkhouse Paper And Ink (Independent)

Bear's Den "Please Don't Hide Yourself Away" (Communion)

Big Cheese Band Everything (Independent)

Billy Lockett "Not Okay" (Independent)

Bonnie Raitt "Livin' For The Ones" (Redwing)

Gilbert O'Sullivan Driven (BMG)

Hollow Coves "Purple" (Nettwerk)

Jim Lauderdale Game Changer (Independent)

J. Steinfort "Right In Time" (Independent)

Marlon Williams "Thinking Of Nina" (Dead Oceans)

Michelle Branch "I'm A Man" (Warner)

M. Lockwood Porter "The Kid Who Ran Away" (Independent)

Plains "Problem With It" (Anti-)

Positive Vibrations "Two Doors Down" (BMG)

Reed Mitchell "Hold Me By The Shoulder" (Independent)

Sam Fender "Spit Of You" (Polydor/Interscope)

Tommy McLain "Somebody" (Yep Roc)

Turkuaz Paradiso and Apollyon (Independent)

U.S. Girls "So Typically Now" (4AD)

Aoife Nessa Frances "Way To Say Goodbye" (Partisan)

Caamp "The Otter" (Mom + Pop)

DownTown Mystic "Fly" (Independent)

Field Medic "I Had A Dream That You Died" (Run For Cover)

Gone Gone Beyond "Coast" (Independent)

Jewel "Dancing Slow" (Independent)

Kenny Roby "New Day" (Royal Potato Family)

Lara Taubman "Silver Linings" (Independent)

Lissie "Night Moves" (Independent)

Perla "Effort" (Spacebomb)

Phil Hurley The Firebird Sessions (Independent)

Pro-Teens "Curls" (Independent)

Sunny Sweeney "Easy As Hello" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)