Featured Friday Music Shuffle – Dog Days Mix

Here we are at the last Featured Friday Music Shuffle for July.  Next Friday, we will be shuffling up a whole new crop of Featured Artists. 

Another opportunity to remind you to vote for your favorite Featured Artist to be Band of the Month for July.  The poll is on the left sidebar near the top.  One vote per computer or something like that.  Vote now!  Polls will close next Tuesday around midnight.


First up this morning is actually one of our Featured Artists for June. Toward the end of the polling period for Band of the Month, I realized that I had inadvertently left Dean Fields off of the poll. So, I have added him to the poll for July.  This morning I decided to add one of his songs to the final featured Friday shuffle.  Forever Never Knowing  is an infectious indie pop song from his outstanding Under a Searchlight Moon EP.



Next up we have FallsStart with their catchy, hard rocking song, Happy Song. The song is featured on the band’s forthcoming EP Our Summer. Which is due out August 10.




Next up we have a band from Burlington, VT doing a cover of a piece written by the guy who used a slingshot to defeat a mighty giant.  From their whimsical set, Lawrence Welks Does God: Psalms we have 11. In the hands of LW&OB2X, David’s Psalm is set to a disco beat caustic, pleading vocals. HALLELUJAH!






And finally, we have a track from Wolf and Cub with the a song from their double A-side Shut Me Out/Got Nothing Coming 7″ with Got Nothing Coming.

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Historic Print (L): Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Nashville, Tennessee, 1897 / The Henderson Litho. Co., , 20 x 24in Historic Print (L): Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Nashville, Tennessee, 1897 / The Henderson Litho. Co., , 20 x 24in

Historic Print (L): Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Nashville, Tennessee, 1897 / The Henderson Litho. Co., This is a museum quality, reproduction print on premium paper with archival/UV resistant inks. Date: c1896. Subject:  Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition (1897 : Nashville, Tenn.) Exhibitions–Tennessee–Nashville–1890-1900. Centennial celebrations–Tennessee–Nashville–1890-1900. SOURCE: Library of Congress


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