Gems From 2015 - Episode #332

December 4th, 2015
Gems From 2015 - Episode #332

We look back on an amazing year of gourmet music and play some of the stand-out gems like The Oh Hellos, Mat Kearney, Jessi McNeal, and Nick Flora.

Songs Played in This Episode (13)
  • Hymns for Her Tell Her You Do
    on Hymns for Her
    by Dave Barnes
  • Becoming Ghosts for Tinder
    on Becoming
    by Giants & Pilgrims
  • I Am Me Wallflower
    on I Am Me
    by Gracie Schram
  • Futureboy It’s All Coming Together
    on Futureboy
    by Nick Flora
  • Hand Me A Hymnal In the Sweet By and By
    on Hand Me A Hymnal
    by The Banner Days
  • Sticks and Stones The Days to Come
    on Sticks and Stones
    by 77s
  • Song-A-Month 2015 Flesh and Bone
    on Song-A-Month 2015
    by Matthew Clark
  • Dear Wormwood Soldier, Poet, King
    on Dear Wormwood
    by The Oh Hellos
  • Sentimental Creatures Deserve
    on Sentimental Creatures
    by Jess Ray
  • E Let ‘em Know
    on E
    by Jon Troast
  • Just Kids Moving On
    on Just Kids
    by Mat Kearny
  • Promised Land Stone by Stone
    on Promised Land
    by Jessi McNeal
  • How We Spend Our Days You Can Have Me
    on How We Spend Our Days
    by Zach Vinson

Producer Notes:

This year has been an incredible one for the world of gourmet music.  It's not every year that you get a new studio project by Andrew Peterson, Josh Garrels, Sara Groves, Jenny & Tyler, JJ Heller, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, and The Vespers - all in the same year.  And that only scratches the surface.  We will still be compiling votes from our UTR Panel of Critics to countdown the Top 11 Gourmet Albums of 2015, but we wanted to take a moment this week and celebrate this wonderful year of music with some of the standout gems.  We play Seattle singer-songwriter Jessi McNeal, something from Nick Flora's brilliant "Futureboy EP," one of the song-a-month submissions by Matthew Clark, teenager Gracie Schram, and new duo The Banner Days.  This is one episode you might want to repeat a few times!  (Dave)

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