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Country Pocket playlist for 02/19/2018

Sarah McQuaid joins us to discuss her new album "If You Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous"

Country Pocket playlist for 01/22/2018

M. Witte comes on for an hour focused on murder ballads and his new album Ol' Boy. Then, a replay of Robert Randolph and Noam Pikelny discussing their now Grammy-nominated albums.

Country Pocket playlist for 01/08/2018

Guests CALICO the Band. The new album is Under Blue Skies. Interview and guest DJ set included. Also, the best new releases from December.

To see CALICO the Band on January 17 in NYC:

Country Pocket playlist for 12/25/2017

Holiday Edition!

Country Pocket playlist for 11/27/2017

Thor Platter leads today's show with his debut album Take Time. With the end of 2017 coming near, I can't help but replay Natalie Hemby's interview and album. It's an easy Top 5 of the Year for me and it last aired in March.

Two shows left this year! Something pretty special is hitting on Christmas Day.

Country Pocket playlist for 11/13/2017

Nora Jane Struthers gets an extra long appearance on the show this week, plus a trimmed down rerun of our Mile Twelve episode now that their album is out.

Country Pocket playlist for 10/30/2017

Dori Freeman, Drew Kennedy, and three songs with spooky titles because I had 10 minutes to fill.

Country Pocket playlist for 10/16/2017

What a jam-packed show this week! Gill Landry, Amber Cross, and Jake Duda all stop by to chat about their new albums. This playlist should give you a pretty good idea of the highlights from each.

Country Pocket playlist for 09/04/2017

Sam Gleaves is back on the program to promote his Smithtown show on Sunday, September 10th at 7 pm. Local favorite Rorie Kelly is opening. The first half of the show draws from Sam's duo album Sam Gleaves & Tyler Hughes. The second half of the program features songs from both top names and locals at The Great Eastern Music Festival.

Country Pocket playlist for 08/21/2017

There's nothing I can do, it's a total eclipse of a playlist. Lots of sun, moon, and shadow songs.

Country Pocket playlist for 06/26/2017

Four hours of show. 6-7pm features favorites to this point in the year, 7-8 was a preview of Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, 10-11 was a rerun of an interview with Justin Townes Earle and 11-12 was a rerun of segments with Whitney Rose and The Travelling Ones

Country Pocket playlist for 06/23/2017

Paul Nipper for hour one and live in studio He-Bird, She-Bird for hour two.

Country Pocket playlist for 05/29/2017

Justin Townes Earle and Whiskey Gentry were guests.

Country Pocket playlist for 04/17/2017

First, Jaime Wyatt talks about her 'outlaw' experience and distaste for judgement. Then at 7, a preview of Friday's concert produced by this very show in Smithtown's Frank Brush Barn. I figured the best way to do that was to rerun our Sep 6 show. We don't have much time for other tracks but I slipped one in from Jack White protege Lillie Mae.

Next week: Jenni Lyn (of Della Mae) with a solo album and more

Country Pocket playlist for 04/03/2017

Robert Randolph (of Robert Randolph & His Family Band) and Timothy George, who performs as The Singing Butcher, were guests.

Country Pocket playlist for 03/06/2017

Natalie Hemby, Cary Morin and The Traveling Ones were featured tonight. Next week, Noam Pikelny is confirmed with two more guests in the works.

Country Pocket playlist for 02/20/2017

Today's show features Darin & Brooke Aldridge, Banjo Nickaru & Western Scooches and Whitney Rose. Come back next week for Natalie Hemby, Cary Morin and more.

Country Pocket playlist for 02/06/2017

We're baaaaaack! Buffalo Ruckus stars. Not enough music? Check out a few favorites from the past few months and our guests here: https://open.spotify.com/user/think_trevor/playlist/5s1v7VZLt5RlKuRmgjMw...

Country Pocket playlist for 12/13/2016

Courtney Hartman talks Della Mae, Standing Rock, her new EP and the weirdest definition of fun ever on Country Pocket

Country Pocket playlist for 11/29/2016

Jack Grelle comes on to discuss grandmas, expectations for women and black lives matter