CCJam Episode 65 – Ted Weems

In episode 65 of CCJam, Gavin brings you the music of Ted Weems, a bandleader and musician originally from Philadelphia.

You can find the entire collection of Ted Weem’s work over at archive.org

Tracks played in this episode:

  • Slappin’ The Bass (from 1930)
  • Jig Time (from 1931)
  • Bedding: The Boulevard of Broken Dreams (from 1933)
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CCJam 64 – The Devil Music Company

In episode 64 of CCJam, Dave features the music of the US rock band The Devil Music Company.

Please note, there is some strong language in the first track in this episode.

The Devil Music Company is a rock & roll collective based out of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Nashville, Tennessee, and Los Angeles, California.

You can download The Devil Music Company’s music from Spotify, Apple Music, Bandcamp, Jamendo, and pretty much anywhere else you can buy and download music.

And of course you can find them over on their Facebook page and their official website.

The tracks included on this episode are:

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CCJam 63 – The Riders

In episode 63 of CCJam, Yannick features two tracks from The Riders, a rock/metal band from Ukraine. Their album “Reality Resistance” is powerfull, heavy yet melodic, with a good balance between the clear vocals and the music.

Find out (a bit) more about The Riders on Facebook, Soundcloud, Bandcamp and VK.
The two tracks featured on this episode are taken from their 2019 – and only – album “Reality Resistance” which is available on Jamendo.

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CCJam 62 – The Hedgerow Folk

In episode 62 of CCJam, Dave features the music of Alabama-based Christian folk-rock indie-worship band The Hedgerow Folk.

In episode 62 of CCJam, Dave features the music of Alabama-based Christian folk-rock indie-worship band The Hedgerow Folk.

They were formed when Jon Myles and Amanda Hammett began leading worship together in their local church. Joined by Bryant Hains, the three began working and writing together, eventually solidifying their group under the name The Hedgerow Folk (taken from a line of a C.S. Lewis poem).

You can download The Hedgerow Folks’s music from Spotify, Google Play, iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon, Jamendo, and pretty much anywhere else you can buy and download music.

And of course you can find them over on their official site, at hedgerowfolk.com.

The tracks included on this episode are:

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CCJam 61 – VITNE

In episode 61 of CCJam, Yannick shares two tracks from VITNE, a heavy metal and rock songwriter from Son, Norway. His music draws inspiration from various genres including power metal, 80s-era glam, folk, Japanese and Celtic music.

Find more about VITNE on Facebook, Twitter, or his website.

The two tracks featured in this episode are taken from his 2019 album “Aria” which is available on Jamendo.

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CCJam 60 – Snowed Under

In this episode of CCJam, Yannick presents two tracks from the Russian band Snowed Under. Formed in 2009, the band plays a mixture of pop-oriented funk and rough garage rock. They have two EPs available on Jamendo, but Yannick couldn’t find any presence on the internet.

The tracks included in this episode:

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CCJam 59 – Tamara Laurel

After a brief interlude, CCJam returns in time for the tail end of the summer (in the UK anyway). In episode 59, Kevie introduces the listeners to Tamara Laurel, an American singer-songwriter who lists herself as a perfect blend of Americana, Folk, and Alt. Country. Her music is available on Jamendo, SoundCloud and iTunes. Her merchandise and physical CDs are available from DistrictLines. She is also active on both Facebook and Twitter.

The tracks included in this episode:

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CCJam 58 – Cheryl Desereé

In episode 58 of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to Cheryl Desereé. With influences from both traditional country music and swing Cheryl moved to Nashville to produce her debut self titled album.  She is currently working on her second album entitled “Half”, which is due to be released in 2018, you can support her through the GoFundMe page.  She is active on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Reverbnation and Instagram. Her music is available from Amazon, Itunes, Soundcloud and CD Baby.

A huge thanks to Cheryl Desereé for allowing her music to be played on CCJam. The tracks included on this episode are:

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CCJam 57 – Axl & Arth

In episode 57 of CCJam, Yannick features the music of Swedish house music duo Axl & Arth.

They formed in the spring of 2015, getting their inspiration from old rock and modern day pop and house music. They have been working on an album that was to be published in late 2016, but unfortunately, they seem to have disappeared from the surface of the planet just before the release.
Find more of Axl & Arth’s music on their website which actually sends you to their soundcloud page.

The tracks included on this episode are:

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CCJam 56 – Aphemia

In episode 56 of CCJam, Dave features the music of UK rock band Aphemia.

They are from Derby here in the UK, with an industrial/electronic, progressive rock sound, combining influences such as Nine Inch Nails, Celldweller, Disturbed and Muse. They recently released their latest EP “Terminus”.

You can download Aphemia’s music from Spotify, Google Play, Bandcamp, Amazon, and pretty much anywhere else you can buy and download music.

And of course you can find them over on their Facebook page

The tracks included on this episode are:

  • The Time Is Now (feat DMT The Rapper)
  • Chemical, from their 2017 EP “Terminus”
  • Bedding music: Deeper Than You, from their 2012 album “Your World”

Please note: although the music of Aphemia is not released under a Creative Commons (or other free culture) licence, the band has given their explicit permission for their music to be featured on this episode of CCJam. Many thanks to the band.

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