Sunday, December 29, 2019
Welcome to the Minstral Show, the podcast that spotlights the very best music from around the world, made exclusively in the 21st century.
Another decade of Rock n Roll has come and gone as 2019 gives way to the evolving artistic freedoms of the 2020’s.
Although, once thought dead, Rock has flourished in the shadows over the last decade as millions of artists who once had the doors of opportunity closed to them, suddenly found a spotlight via the internet…The result of which has breathed new life into artistic freedom, collaboration, independence and the re-emergence of the small record Label.
Rock n Roll will never die…and what better way to prove it than to feature great new music by JD McPherson, Jeff Lynne, The Hanging Stars, The Who, ASA, and Alain Whyte…Also included are fantastic songs by United Ghosts, Peacefield, Alan Reed, Potter’s Daughter, Colin Devlin and Sonic Divide.
The new age of Rock n Roll is in full swing and you get that here, on the Minstral Show.
Be sure to support the artists by going to their official websites, buying their music and joining their email platforms. Details are below.
The Minstral Show Episode 80
JD McPherson – Red Bows (for a Blue Girl)
Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Time of Our Life
United Ghosts – Ever Closer
The Hanging Stars – Tom Petty
The WHO – Ball and Chain
Peacefield – Daylight’s Coming Fast
ASA – Good Thing
Alain Whyte – A Higher Power
Alan Reed – Turning Away
Potter’s Daughter – Movement IV
Colin Devlin – High Point
Sonic Divide – Horizon
Be sure to support the artists by going to their official websites, buying their music and joining their email platforms. (See Artist Links below.)
Special thanks to: Southbound Snake Charmers & John Palmer for their music contribution to this program.
Program Intro Song:
Southbound Snake Charmers - Cut My Time
3rd set Intro
John Palmer- Nyx
The World United Music Podcast was carried on 11 different platforms including Anchor FM, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, Castbox, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, PodBean and of course on our World United Music Blog. You can still find the show on Breaker & PodBean linked below. Hey, “Catch the Wave!”
…and of course, here, on the World United Music Blog. 😊