It all depends on my mood. Browse a little, if you please.

no hard feelings – play this at my funeral.  seriously.

zeb – my new favorite guitar player blistering Turkey in the Straw.

morning jam – Monday morning music by Nathaniel Rateliff

this is how you write a song – my old buddies Scott and Seth are tinkering around

Pokey Lafarge – kind of reminds of early Dan Hicks

First Aid Kit – laid back grooves

the original cool cats – like Brubeck, man.

chris thile – just don’t burn your guitar after you listen to chris

Strike the match. – smoking blues – on a violin

art + music – a little art, followed by some trumpety jazz.

boze naigle – poetry jam from the edgy west coast artist

twenty one pilots – a tender love ballad (scratch the word tender…and ballad)

freedom – hippity hop hop music with soul by Josh Garrels

Guitars and Cadillacs – an interview with Dwight Yoakam, plus a clip from Buck Owens’ funeral.

Poison Tree – a meloncholy tune from the Milk Carton Kids

Milk Carton Kids – the MCK doing the tiny desk concert.

Robert Zimmerman – not really music here, but links to Bob Dylan songs.

You Are My Sunshine – have you heard Chris Stapleton and his wife, Morgane?

Sorry You Asked – Dwight again. roller skating music.

Gorecki – a slow and sorrowful tonal piece. you have to be in the mood.

Mahogany – a little bit of Josh Garrels from the Mahogany Sessions

Ben Sollee – cool cello music

A story in song. – ever hear a Darrell Scott song? this is a good place to start

Hopeful Voice – Falling Slowly, from the movie Once

Love and Hate – i can’t believe I don’t have more Avett Brothers on here

Laundry Room – oh, wait. i have this one, too

groovy groovy jazzy funky – Flip Fantasia

Dig the funk. – Eddie Bo, Hook and Sling

Out of Sight – James Brown. must have been feeling the funk

Walking in Memphis – there’s a great story behind the music

I’ve got this friend. – too bad The Civil Wars aren’t making music anymore

You Gotta Move, he sang. – this song inspired my novel, A Prayer for Rain

Mr. Bojangles – remember this song from the 70s? great version from David Bromberg

Parker Millsap – singing from the rooftops

Yo. It’s Elvis. – try to sit still

Murder in the City – hey, another Avett Brothers song