In the twenty third episode of CCJam, kevie introduces the listeners to California rock band John Travoltage. They are active on Facebook, Soundcloud, Jamendo and Reverbnation. The tracks on this episode do contain some language that some listeners may find offensive, for that reason it carries a NSFW label. The track included in this podcast are:
In the 22nd episode of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to the London based hard-rock band Fallen to Flux. The band are very active at the moment with a new EP and the opening of a new merchandise store. They are active on about.me, Twitter, Facebook, itunes, Youtube, Bandcamp, Spotify and Jamendo.
The tracks included in the podcast today are:
CCJam turns 20 and Kevie has the first ever recorded interview with Ayrshire band Mantra. As they talk about their formation, upcoming EP and they also take some time to ponder what the future holds for the promising young rock band. The tracks included in this episode are:
- On the Grass
In the 19th episode of CCJam Kevie introduces the listeners to Mirva, aka Madelaine Vallin, a singer songwriter originally from Sweden, but now plying her trade in Sydney, Australia. Madelainne is actively involved with Global March For Peace and Unity and her song One was used as the soundtrack to the Save The Children Australia’s “Mums Helping Mums” campaign. The One EP is available to download from Jamendo, her One EP and a full length album We’re Here Now are available in physical format from CDbaby.
Tracks included in this episode:
In the seventeenth episode of CCJAm, Doug Whitfield introduces the listeners to the bands La Olla Express and Blue Swerver, both have a Brazilian World Cup theme flowing through the episode and Doug talks about a crowd funding project which he is currently involved with. Along with the tracks: