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Saturday, January 9, 2016

Top current songs on Birch Street Radio

Our Marvelous Mix includes music from the mid-1960s until this week. Here are some of the latest entries to our playlist - some from well-known artists, others a bit off the mainstream, because we like to mix it up!
  • The Wild Feathers - Overnight
  • Josh Ritter - Where the Night Goes
  • Seinabo Sey - Poetic
  • Half Moon Run - Turn Your Love
  • Ruen Brothers - Aces
  • Rebecca Pronsky - Snowing Sideways
  • The Chemical Brothers - Wide Open, featuring Beck
  • TGZ Band - Everything
  • Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, John Fogerty & Eddie Vetter - What's So Funny ('Bout Peace, Love and Understanding)
  • Little Hurricane - Heart Skips a Beat
  • Tedeschi Trucks Band - Anyhow
  • Foo Fighters - Saint Cecilia
  • Adele - Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
  • Lake Street Dive - Call Off Your Dogs
  • Beach Slang - Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas
  • Aurora - Running With The Wolves
  • Squeeze - Cradle to the Grave
  • Beach House - All Your Yeahs
  • Coldplay - Adventure Of A Lifetime
  • Mumford & Sons - Ditmas
  • Cage the Elephant - Mess Around
  • The Decemberists - Why Would I Now?
  • Elton John - Looking Up
  • Wild Ones - Dim the Lights
  • Jeff Lynne's ELO - When I Was A Boy
  • Heather Nova - Girl On The Mountain
  • Joe Jackson - A Little Smile
  • Moving Panoramas - One
  • Martin Courtney - Northern Highway
And a real find: A new track from Crack the Sky: "The Beauty of Nothing."
This progressive rock band won critical acclaim and a loyal following in the 1970s but, due to record company issues and the like, never got "Big" outside the Mid-Atlantic region. Still, they keep on keeping on, playing in and around the Baltimore area and occasionally releasing new recordings - and you can catch them on Birch Street Radio!

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