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With the add date a week away, The Jayhawks top the list with 20 adds posting on XOXO. Next is Work Hard And Be Nice by Michael Franti & Spearhead, with 16 adds, followed by a 14-add tie between Phoebe Bridgers and Phish. Finally, Nathaniel Rateliff’s And It’s Still Alright makes a return, garnering 12 adds.

 

The Jayhawks make their return official after the Memorial Day weekend with “This Forgotten Town,” while Lauren Calve introduces herself with “Better Angels” and Michaela Anne looks for love for “Good Times.” Of course, you’ll always be able to find the complete Going For Adds listings at the bottom of this page.

 

Jackson Browne, Anderson East At VSF

With the first JBE Triple A SummitFest in Boulder, CO, scheduled for August 4-7, 2020, postponed until August 3-6, 2021, Triple A will gather at the Virtual SummitFest 2020 (VSF) on the Jack Barton Entertainment Facebook page on the evenings of August 5-6, 2020, with All Access on board as Official Media Sponsor for both 2021 and VSF. This week brings the news that singer/songwriter Jackson Browne, who had been scheduled to be The Keynote Interview, will keep that commitment virtually, in the form of a Q&A with Noteworthy’s Norm Winer, in a private Triple A Zoomcast prior to the start of music on Wednesday, August 5. It can also be revealed that Anderson East will join the performance lineup that already includes Phoebe Bridgers, Fruition, Nahko and Medicine For The People, Diana DeMuth, Hollis Brown, JD McPherson, Jensen McRae, Joe George and Will Hoge, with a few more artists still pending.  In addition to the performances, there will be a virtual tip jar directly connected to the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund, benefiting live music workers and musicians who can’t earn a living again until large gatherings are permitted (you can donate here). JBE is also creating a Triple A Watch Party in our Virtual Fox Balcony on Zoom, where the Triple A community can opt-in to hang out and watch the performances together. The annual Triple A Awards will be presented in a short presentation in the Virtual Fox Balcony prior to the performances on Thursday, August 6.

 

The JBE Triple A SummitFest 2021 will take place August 3-6, 2021 at the Fox Theatre and Embassy Suites in Boulder, CO, as had been planned for this year. Embassy Suites will automatically cancel all reservations for the 2020 event and JBE will announce when they are taking reservations for 2021.

 

2020 Registration/Refund Info: All registrations purchased for 2020 remain valid for 2021. If you would instead like your registration refunded, please send your request to summitfest@jackbartonentertainment.com and include your Order Number, number of registrations and Registrant Names. We will accept refund requests for 30 days through June 6, 2020 and begin the refund process once all requests are received. Please make sure you send your request to this address only in order to assure your refund gets processed.

 

Around The Horn

Birmingham Mountain Radio has been giving back to its community during the COVID-19 pandemic. In recent weeks the station has matched listener donations up to a total of $1K to Great Grocery Giveback, a non-profit organization providing one week's worth of groceries to people who have been furloughed or laid off because of the pandemic.  Next, they matched listener donations up to a total of $500 to Birmingham Service Industry United, a non-profit organization that provides meals to furloughed restaurant and bar industry workers.  Now, they will be matching listener donations up to a total of $500 to The Greater Birmingham Humane Society88.5FM/Los Angeles will debut a new show hosted by multi-Grammy Award-winning and Rock And Roll Hall of Famer Joe Walsh this week. The weekly, one-hour The Joe Walsh Old-Fashioned Rock n’ Roll Radio Show will debut at 6 p.m. this Saturday, May 21… WTMD/Towson announced its Virtual First Thursday series will start on Facebook on June 4 at 8 p.m. The show features guest appearances and performances from artists including Allen Stone, Fantastic Negrito, Airborne Toxic Event, Chicano Batman, Margaret Glaspy, Hollis Brown and others to be announced… WNRN/Charlottesville’s in-studio sessions will present some of its favorite musicians with Home Studio Sessions. Artists will play from home, and share stories about ways to stay positive during the pandemic. Among the artists who have participating are Laura Marling, Brian Fallon, Brandy Clark, Michaela Anne and more… Aleah Vose has been named the new MD at KCLC/St.Charles, MO, replacing the graduating Erica DeCosta. You can reach her at (636) 949-4887 or at kclcmusicdirector@lindenwood.edu... Canadian singer/songwriter Kathleen Edwards is back with her first album in six years, Total Freedom, to be released August 14 by Dualtone. The announcement was accompanied by the release of the first single, “Options Open.” Total Freedom was recorded in Nashville and Ontario with Ian Fitchuk and longtime Edwards collaborator Jim Bryson.

Going for Adds

05.25-26

Allergies Carry Me Home (Independent)

Cosmos Sunshine The Way Is Clear (Independent)

Devonns The Devonns (Independent)

Distant Cousins "Here & Now" (Independent)

Eliot Bronson "With Somebody" (Independent)

Jaguar Jonze "Rabbit Hole" (Nettwerk)

Jayhawks "This Forgotten Town" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Judith Owen "Hold My Hand" (Twanky)

Lauren Calve "Better Angels" (Independent)

Leilani Villamor "You Picked A Bad Time To Win" (Independent)

Michael McDermott "What In The World..." (Independent)

Michaela Anne "Good Times" (Yep Roc)

Moby "My Only Love" (Mute)

OK Go "All Together Now" (Independent)

Pottery "Hot Heater" (Partisan)

Radnor & Lee "Simple Harmony" (Independent)

Tom Abbott Puppet Boy (Independent)

06.01-02

Jess Grant Landline (Independent)

Kathleen Edwards "Options Open" (Dualtone)

Local Native ft. Sylvan Esso "Dark Days" (Loma Vista/Concord)

Man Man "Future Peg" (Sub Pop)

Marius Holth Wild Poem (Independent)

Night Hikes "Raven" (Independent)

Noted "Pure Insanity" (Independent)

Orb "Daze" (Cooking Vinyl)

RAC "Passion" (Counter)

S.G. Goodman "Old Time Feeling" (Verve Forecast)

Teddy Thompson "It's Not Easy" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Zenobia Halak Halak (Crammed)

06.08-09

David Ramirez "My Love Is A Hurricane" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Gerry Cinnamon "Where We're Going" (AWAL/Kobalt)

Lianne La Havas "Can't Fight" (Nonesuch)

Robin & Eddy and The Secrets Folk Compilation (Independent)

Sarah Jarosz "Johnny" (Rounder/Concord)

06.15-16

Blitzen Trapper "Masonic Temple Microdose #1" (Yep Roc)

John-Robert "Adeline" (Warner)

Liza Anne "Bad Vacation" (Arts & Crafts)

Water Tower "Town" (Independent)

06.22-23

Cerny Brothers "Days Of Thunder" (Cleveland International)

Dermot Kennedy "Giants" (Interscope)

Laura Cortese "Dreaming" (Compass)

Margo Price "Letting Me Down" (Loma Vista/Concord)

06.29-30

Kenny Roby "Vampire Song (Whatcha Gonna Do)" (Royal Potato Family)

07.06-07

07.13-14

Blitzen Trapper Holy Smokes, Future Jokes (Yep Roc)

OUT NOW

Aksak Maboul Figures (Crammed)

Chapell Cinco (Independent)

Cooker John Path To Nothing (Independent)

Cristian Machado "Die Alone (Stay With Me)" (Chesky)

Devonns "Green Light" (Independent)

Eric Hirshberg "What You Get" (Independent)

Eric Johnson "Charldron's Boat" (Independent)

Fontaines D.C. "A Hero's Death" (Partisan)

Jaguar Jonze "Rabbit Hole" (Nettwerk)

John Craigie "Don't Ask" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Low Cut Connie "Private Lives" (Contender)

Magnolia Boulevard "Ride" (Independent)

Matt Bushman "Luminescent" (Independent)

Matt Costa "Avenal" (Dangerbird)

Matt Maeson "Hallucinogenics" (Atlantic)

Michael Franti & Spearhead "I Got You" (Boo Boo Wax/Thirty Tigers)

Nathaniel Rateliff "Time Stands" (Fantasy/Concord)

Nihiloxica "Black Kaveera" (Crammed)

Pennan Brae "Pay Dirt" (Independent)

Phish "Everything's Right" (Jemp)

Pressing Strings "Brave" 9 (Independent)

Radio Free Universe "Love Right Now" (Independent)

Real Estate "The Main Thing" (Domino)

Sarah Harmer "Take Me Out" (Arts & Crafts)

Smoove & Turrell "It Ain't Working" (Jalapeno)

Sunny Sweeney "Poet's Prayer" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Walk-A-Bout 20-20 (Independent)

Zach Heckendorf "Up" (Aware)

Alice Bag "Spark" (In The Red)

Alpha Cat "Thatched Roof Glass House" (Independent)

Birdthrower "Let Me Drive" (Independent)

Brock & Sgro "You And Me" (Independent)

Buscabulla "NTE" (Ribbon)

Devon Gilfillian "The Good Life" (Capitol)

Evann McIntosh "What Dreams Are Made Of" (Mom + Pop)

Get Right Band Itchy Soul (Independent)

Growlers "Dream World" (Independent)

Hamilton Leithauser "Isabella" (Glassnote)

Ladama "Nobreza" (Six Degrees)

Lazer Lloyd Tomorrow Never Comes (Independent)

Lone Bellow "Good Times" (Dualtone)

Marcus King "One Day She's Here" (Fantasy/Concord)

Matt Bushman "Luminescent" (Independent)

Milky Chance & Jack Johnson "Don't Let Me Down" (BMG)

Nick Cave "Cosmic Dancer" (BMG)

Rhett Repko "Can Someone Help Me Now?" (Independent)

Season Ammons "We'll Get By" (Cobalt Blue)

Shabazz Palace "Chocolate Souffle" (Sub Pop)

VickiKristinaBarcelona "Cold Cold Ground" (Story Sound)

Will Hoge "The Curse" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

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