Guest Co-Host: Judah & The Lion - Episode #361

October 14th, 2016
Guest Co-Host: Judah & The Lion - Episode #361

What would Judah & The Lion play if they were in charge of the UTR Playlist for a week?  We get to find out! These kings of "folk, hop, 'n roll" join us all hour and play some of the artists that inspire them - including Brady Toops, Ellie Holcomb, & John Mark McMillan.

Songs Played in This Episode (11)
  • Folk Hop N’ Roll Forever, Always
    on Folk Hop N’ Roll
    by Judah & the Lion
  • Borderland Counting On
    on Borderland
    by John Mark McMillan
  • Love & War & The Sea in Between Farther Along
    on Love & War & The Sea in Between
    by Josh Garrels
  • She Remains the Same Savior
    on She Remains the Same
    by Andrew Ripp
  • Chasing Someday Fire and Dynamite
    on Chasing Someday
    by Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors
  • The Very Best of Kurt Carr In the Sanctuary
    on The Very Best of Kurt Carr
    by Kurt Carr & Kurt Carr Singers
  • Asaph’s Arrows Come Thou Fount
    on Asaph’s Arrows
    by Kings Kaleidoscope
  • Harps & Arrows Project Build My Home
    on Harps & Arrows Project
    by Judah Lee
  • As Sure As The Sun Marvelous Light
    on As Sure As The Sun
    by Ellie Holcomb
  • Live From The Woods Washed By The Water
    on Live From The Woods
  • Brady Toops Golden Bell
    on Brady Toops
    by Brady Toops

Producer Notes:

The roots of this episode harken back to UTR's former parent organization, ReFrame Media.  I had the privilege of hosting Judah & The Lion for a private lunch-time concert and interview back in May 2014.  Things started to explode for the band that summer, and only a few months after playing a lunch concert for 3 dozen people, they were playing on Latenight with David Letterman!  Part of the interview we did that day was to put them in charge of picking out the music on UTR.  I've been saving this interview in my back pocket... but with only a few weeks left of the UTR Radio Show, it's time to put the pieces together for this show.  And, J&TL exceeded my expectations with some really great song picks -- and a diverse array of sounds as well.  Nice work, gentlemen!  Also, our Kickstarter campaign to do a creative relaunch of UTR has begun. We will need the whole UTR community pulling together on this -- artists, donors, Board members, and likely 150+ people who have never given a financial gift to UTR.  CLICK THIS LINK to view the reward tiers, campaign video, and to jump on board. Thanks!  (Dave)

Comments (1)

Thoroughly enjoyed this show, thank you so much!

edavelaar 07:14 PM Thu, Oct 20, 2016

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