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What's New?

Lucius scores big out of the gate, with 30 stations jumping on Second Nature. Next is 12 adds posting on Eddie Vedder’s Earthling, followed by an 11-add tie between Japanese Breakfast and Fontaines DC. Finally, 10 adds puts Brandi Carlile’s In These Silent Days back on the list.

 

Looking into next week, Kacey Musgraves shoots the “Camera Roll,” Parquet Courts are “Watching Strangers Smile,” Robert Plant & Alison Krauss are “Searching For My Love” and Spoon is “Wild.”  As always, you can find the complete Going For Adds listings at the bottom of this page

 

WMOT/Nashville Presents The JBE Artist Revue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“As anyone who has ever talked to me knows, creating and presenting radio content is my first love and I’ll jump at any chance to do it at any time,” comments Barton. “Since I’ve also been trying to work with WMOT PD Jessie Scott for the last two decades, ’MOT’s Tuesday Night Special slot seemed like the natural place to try out this idea. It’s also thrilling for me to have Ellie along on this ride. Big thanks to Jessie for giving me the opportunity to indulge myself.”

 

“Having attended several of the Jack Barton Entertainment monthly industry presentations, I have been so impressed with the bands and interviews,” adds Scott. “Since Jack and I have been conspiring to work together for decades, this is the perfect opportunity to partner, and dig a little deeper into some of the artists they have presented. We welcome Jack and Ellie to bring the JBE Artist Revue to the airwaves and beyond.”

 

The JBE Artist Revue airs live next Tuesday, January 25 at 7 p.m. CST on WMOT and can be heard on the web at wmot.org.

Around The Horn

The JBE Triple A SummitFest returns to the St. Julien Hotel & Spa and Boulder, CO’s Fox Theatre Wednesday-Friday, August 3-5 and Early Registration is only $349 through March 15. Click here to register. Rooms at the St. Julien start at the special JBE rate of $299/night and you can reserve yours here. Once again, JBE is proud to welcome All Access as the Media Sponsor of the event. Don’t forget to check out the JBE Spotify pages where you’ll find music from all past VSF performers plus artists from the upcoming SummitFest, once they’re announced, here. You can also listen to the JBE Artist Of The Week playlist here...  The Current/Minneapolis celebrates its 17th Anniversary on Saturday, January 22, 2022, at First Avenue. Doors open at 7 p.m. Featured artists include Low Cut Connie, Jade Bird (solo), Kiss The Tiger and Miloe… WTTS/Indianapolis’ Rock on the River 2022 returns on Friday, September 30 at the TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park. Pre-sale for station members begins Thursday, January 20 at 10 a.m… Radio Milwaukee Station Director Jordan Lee is exiting the station to join Paragon Media Strategies as a Consultant.  Lee begins at Paragon on January 31 after 13 years at Radio Milwaukee, where he previously served as PD and on-air talent.  Lee will focus on multiplatform content and branding for Paragon’s public radio clients...  Neal Francis will join Amos Lee for most of his summer tour dates. They kick things off on May 29 at Bottlerock in Napa, CA and finish up a month later in Durham, NC on June 25. The full tour can be found here... Rock & Roll Hall of Fame-er Ronnie Spector, who was inducted as a member of The Ronettes, passed away last week after a brief bout with cancer.

Next Tuesday, January 25, Jack Barton Entertainment will present the JBE Artist Revue at 7:00 p.m CST on WMOT/Nashville, looking back at some key releases from 2021. Hosted by JBE President Jack Barton and JBE VP Ellie Sanders, the show will take a dive into last year’s albums by Amythyst Kiah, Bendigo Fletcher, Billy Strings, Jon Batiste and Maggie Rose, mixing album tracks with some standout performances from JBE’s Virtual SummitFest series.

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Going for Adds

 

01.24-25

Abby Bryant & The Echoes "Not Your Little Girl" (Independent)

Ajay Mathur "Stuck On 75" (Independent)

Andrew Cole & The Bravo Hops "Heaven On A Half Shell" (Independent)

Babe Rainbow "Smash The Machine" (Independent)

Bleachers "How Dare You Want More" (RCA)

Blond In Car "I'm Just Slow" (Independent)

Bruce Sudano "Fatal Love" (Independent)

Carson McHone "Still Life" (Independent)

Cate Le Bon "Moderation" (Independent)

Chris Castino & Chicken Wire Empire Fresh Pickles (Independent)

Cosmos Sunshine "Anything You Like" (Independent)

Didon "Beside You" (Electrofone)

Father John Misty "Funny Girl" (Sub Pop)

Fontaines D.C. "Jackie Down The Line" (Partisan)

Freakons "Blackleg Miner" (Fluff & Gravy)

Fruit Bats "Without Any Airs" (Merge)

Hollis Brown "Paint It Black" (Independent)

Ian Noe "Pine Grove (Madhouse)" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Infamous Stringdusters "Hard Line" (Independent)

Jack Broadbent "Ride" (Independent)

Jeremy Ivey "Orphan Child" (Anti-)

Jon River "The Few" (Independent)

Kacey Musgraves "Camera Roll" (Interscope)

Kick And The Hug Ladies And Gentlemen, Kick And The Hug (Independent)

Landon Lloyd Miller "Light Is Growing" (Independent)

Parquet Courts "Watching Strangers Smile" (Rough Trade)

Penny & Sparrow "Need You" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Robert Glasper "Black Superhero" (Loma Vista/Concord)

Robert Plant & Alison Krauss "Searching For My Love" (Rounder/Concord)

Sam Redmore "Party" (Jalapeno)

Slambovian Circus Of Dreams A Very Unusual Head (Independent)

Slightly Stoopid "Everyday People Remix" (Independent)

Spoon "Wild" (Matador)

String Bone "Wow! Oh Yeah!" (Independent)

01.31-02.01

B. Knox "Little Wars" (Independent)

Big Thief "Simulation Swarm" (4AD)

Dip "Paddle To The Stars" (Dualtone)

Greg Bucking Greg Bucking (Independent)

Hatchie "Quicksand" (Secretly Canadian)

Hippo Campus "Ride Or Die" (Grand Jury)

Hurray For The Riff Raff "Pierced Arrows" (Nonesuch)

Ibibiio Sound Machine "All That You Want" (Merge)

Jackson Browne "Still Looking For Something" (Inside)

Joe Kenney "If It Lasts" (Independent)

Keller Williams Grit (Independent)

Palace "Shame On You" (Independent)

Paula Boggs Band "King Bruster" (Independent)

Sam Fender "Seventeen Going Under" (Polydor/Interscope)

Sarah Lake "You Don't Have To" (Independent)

Wally Barnick New Road (Independent)

02.07-08

Durand Jones & The Indications "The Way That I Do" (Dead Oceans)

Guerilla Toss "Cannibal Capital" (Sub Pop)

Grey DeLisle "Valentine" (Independent)

Lucy Dacus "Kissing Lessons" (Matador)

Maia Friedman "First To Love" (Last Gang)

Steve Poltz "Can O'Pop" (Compass)

Suz Slezak "Beautiful Mess" (Nine Mile)

Teddy Grossman "Giving Up" (Independent)

02.14-15

Marshall Crenshaw "Will Of The Wind" (Megaforce)

Taylor Rae "Home On The Road" (Independent)

Wild Rivers "Thinking 'Bout Love" (Nettwerk)

02.21-22

Taylor Scott "Leaning Tree" (Independent)

02.28-03.01

Colin Hay "Man Without A Name" (Compass)

Eli "Paperboy" Reed "Mama Tried" (Yep Roc)

OUT NOW

Allergies "Going To The Party" (Jalapeno)

Aoife O'Donovan Age Of Apathy (Yep Roc)

Bonobo "Shadows" (Ninja Tune)

Brandi Carlile "Broken Horses" (Elektra)

Cactus Blossoms "Hey Baby" (Independent)

Carole Sylvan "I Still Love You Anyway" (Independent)

Christian Parker Every Passing Mile (Independent)

David Haerle "Finding Natalie (Reprise)" (Independent)

Declan O'Rourke "The Harbour" (Independent)

Gregg Hill Born Liar (Independent)

High Plains Drifters "The One That Got Away" (Amplify)

Jackie Bristow "Livin' For Love" (Independent)

Jason McCue "Eyes" (Fluff & Gravy)

Keller Williams "Warranty" (Independent)

Ken Wiley "Lulu" (Independent)

Lucius "Next To Normal" (Mom + Pop)

Masterminds "Mesmerized" (Independent)

Midlake "Bethel Woods" (ATO)

Opium Moon "I'll Wait For You" (Six Degrees)

Sarah Borges "Wouldn't Know You" (Blue Corn)

Taryn Hadfield "Manic Pixie Dream Girl" (Independent)

Twangtown Paramours "Anyone But You" (Independent)

Willamena "The Same Way" (Independent)

Anais Mitchell "Bright Star" (BMG)

Bound16 V1 Surface (Independent)

Davy Knowles "Hell To Pay" (Provogue)

Districts "Outlaw Love" (Fat Possum)

Divine Comedy "The Best Mistakes" (Independent)

Los Days West Wind (Independent)

Mike Anderson "Slamming The Door" (Independent)

Old Crow Medicine Show "Paint This Town" (ATO)

Pierce Turner "Tommy and Timmy" (StorySound)

Sully Band "If I Could Only Be Sure" (Blue Elan)

Rufus Du Sol "On My Knees" (Warner)

Superchunk "Endless Summer" (Merge)

Youngers "Willie McCoy" (Independent)

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