This week on the Sundilla Radio Hour, our guest is Amy Black. We called her to talk about her Muscle Shoals Session EP and had a great chat about her new album This is Home and her Alabama roots. We mark the 50th anniversary of The Beatles first appearance on Ed Sullivan. And, we remember a good friend Sundilla, T.R. Ritchie, who passed away this past week.
Take a journey through the best that singer-songwriters and acoustic musicians of all kinds have to offer through music and conversation. The Sundilla Radio Hour airs Thursday night from 7 to 8 p.m. on Troy Public Radio. The most recent four episodes can also be streamed any time from our Live365 station. The producer is Bailey Jones and the host is Kelly Walker. We welcome your comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laura Cantrell “All the Girls are Complicated” No Way There from Here (Thrift Shop 2014) 3:03
Cat Stevens “I Love My Dog” Matthew and Son (Deram 1996) 2:21 Rescue K911 shelter in Camp Hill, AL who helped Mary (pictured above) find her forever home with show producer Bailey Jones.
Amy Black “Make Me and Angel” This is Home (Reuben 2014) 5:13
Amy Black “You Better Move On” The Muscle Shoals Session (Amy Black 2013) 3:53
Amy Black “Alabama” This is Home (Reuben 2014) 3:46
T.R. Ritchie “My Father’s Wildest Dream” My Father’s Wildest Dream (Apex 2002) 3:48
T.R. Ritchie “I’m Gonna Take it with Me” Wild Horses (Apex 2009) 3:19
John Denver “Mother Nature’s Son” An Evening with John Denver (RCA 1975) 2:27
Alison Krauss “I Will” Now That’s I’ve Found You (Rounder 1995) 4:05
Ben Folds “Golden Slumbers” I Am Sam (V2 2002) 1:21
Billy Bragg “She’s Leaving Home” Reaching to the Converted (Rhino 1999) 3:03