Jonathan Foster brings us this performance of Two Wheels from Redding, California. Jonathan tells us:
This is a brand new unreleased tune of mine, making it’s world-wide-web (it’s on computers & phones now!) debut. It’s a celebration of life and reminder of the confusion and reality that is suicide.
Honey Don’t is Bill Powers and Shelley Gray, an american/folk act out of Paonia, Colorado over on the western slope of the middle of nowhere. Here they are with a performance of Anything For You in hopes that Jack Johnson will be watching.
Little known fact about me, the cello is my third favorite instrument. So, when I saw this submission by Brooklyn’s The June Rise, I was quite excited. You don’t see the cello being the focal point of many bands nowadays, and thats a damn shame. Looks like the put out a record last December called “Of Raging Waters,” which I will have to make a mental not to check out.
Here’s Zach from Rushmore Beekeepers and his dog Kyla with a performance of Some Deeper Meaning. Zach is worried that Kyla may not love him after leaving before his performance was over, but we all know a dog’s love is like an Allman Brothers song…it’s just goes on and on and on.
Dos Ringos give us their second CXCW2014 performance with this acoustic version of “Roses”. Which is a off their first album.
Dos Ringos on Facebook
Another performance from Not An Airplane with GoPro on the headstock,, this time walking around his house.
not an Airplane on Facebook
Let it be known that Buddy, the dog, did not sign a consent for to be in this video and thus may sue us here at CXCW. Let’s just hope he doesn’t even try, cause we know people who can people/dogs/remote controls disappear. Now that that is out of the way, who we have here is Michigan native Jeff German and a song he wrote just last Monday. So was that 4 days ago, or 11 days ago? Can never figure that out. Either way, Jeff has a brand spanking new record coming out next week entitled 12 Rounds on Slothtrop Records.
From Berlin, Germany here’s The Teenage Spaceship with a performance of Early Bird.
That is one tasty looking sandwich, and I bet those two pups enjoyed it as much as we enjoyed this tasty song with those tasty organ flourishes. They traded their couch for that organ by the way, even we would call that a good trade.
Alone at 3am on Facebook
Today on CXCW weve seen Huke Green record in a port-o-potty, and now we have The Blind Owl Band recording at a rest stop in Pennsylvania. Man, I would have loved to walk into that stop and see these cats doing what they doin this. It would put a huge smile on my face, but I’m sure there was some old man who waved his fist in disapproval. They’re on the road right now, so make sure you check out their site for all the dates. I should mention they are playing in Bloomsburg, PA, tonight!