All Listener Requests - Episode #287

August 15th, 2014
All Listener Requests - Episode #287

This week's playlist is being decided by YOU, the UTR listeners.  We'll hear songs by Andrew Peterson, Levi Weaver, and four artists making their UTR debut.

Songs Played in This Episode (11)
  • The Humble Beginnings Seeing Light
    on The Humble Beginnings
    by 6'10
  • PSk (EP) Love Like Jesus
    on PSk (EP)
    by PawnShop Kings
  • Sweet Tennessee Back's Against the Wall
    on Sweet Tennessee
    by Judah & The Lion
  • Ragamuffin Calling Out Your Name
    on Ragamuffin
    by Andrew Peterson
  • The Soul Felt it's Worth Love is All it's Worth
    on The Soul Felt it's Worth
    by Maeve
  • [Web Single] Machines of the Past
    on [Web Single]
    by The Diving Bell
  • Feel Free There You Are
    on Feel Free
    by Carolyn Arends
  • O How the Mighty Have Fallen Mercy Will Prevail
    on O How the Mighty Have Fallen
    by The Choir
  • Your Ghost Keeps Finding Me Paddleboats
    on Your Ghost Keeps Finding Me
    by Levi Weaver
  • Child of Dust - EP Hold Me Close
    on Child of Dust - EP
    by Savannah Ellis
  • Faint Not Holding on to Hope
    on Faint Not
    by Jenny & Tyler

Producer Notes:

June was filled with "specialty shows" like Kelly's farewell and the Critics' picks.  July was all repeat episodes.  So we've collected a fair number of listener requests over the last 2-3 months, and it's always fun to dedicate a whole hour to the songs and artists suggested by our UTR family.  As it seems to happen regularly with these types of episodes, we are introduced to a fair number of artists that we weren't aware of.  I was especially excited to learn about the new outfit called 6'10 (which opens the show).  I have long been aware of Chicago based punk rock band Flatfoot 56.  This is the folkier side of that band featuring lead singer Tobin Bawinkel and former F56 member Josh Robieson [who happens to be a personal acquaintance].  (Dave)

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