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CCJam 72 – Mark Marshall

In episode 72 of CCJam, Dave features the music of the US singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Mark Marshall.

All of the music that Mark has released is available to listen to and purchase from Bandcamp, including his latest album “62” which was released this week. His music is also available on all good streaming services.

Mark Marshall, with his back to us, looking at his recording studio, and surrounded by various instruments and equipment. The digits 62 are superimposed over the image.

The tracks included on this episode are:

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CCJam 71 – Jon Worthy

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Kevie introduces the listeners to Nashville-based artist Jon Worthy. His music is a lively blend of rock, Americana and pop. You can find his tracks on Jamendo, YouTube, Spotify. Amazon Music, Bandcamp and Apple Music. He can also be found on social media at X/Twitter, Instagram and TikTok

Jon Worthy, dressed in a short sleeved shirt and wearing sunglasses, standing in front of a red frame structure.
Jon Worthy

Tracks included on this show are:

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CCJam 70 – Blackpaper

Kevie introduces the listeners to a band that may be all but forgotten in the Jamendo archives: Blackpaper. They mix rock with electronic to give an upbeat selection of instrumental tracks. The tracks included in this episode are:

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CCJam 69 – Teresa

In episode 69 of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to Teresa. Very little information seems to be available about this talented lady. I have discovered the majority of her music on Jamendo, she appears in a few YouTube videos but little more than that. The links I have are:

Singer Teresa lying back and gazing upwards.
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CCJam 68 – Craig McMorrow

In this episode of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to Irish singer-songwriter Craig McMorrow. You can find Craig’s music available in a variety of places on the web:

The cover of Craig Morrow's single Time. Showing Craig wearing a black cap and looking at the camera

Craig also has pages on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

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CCJam 67 – Filthy Kicks

In episode 67 of CCJam, Dave features the music of the UK band Filthy Kicks.

Filthy Kicks is a band with very little social media exposure, so I have to classify them as drum’n’bass with elements of classical and opera music.

You can download Filthy Kicks’ music from Jamendo, and filthykicks.co.uk.
You can also find out about Violeta Vicci – their violinist – at violetavicci.com.

The tracks included on this episode are:

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CCJam 66 – ElisaDay

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In episode 66 of CCJam, Yannick showcases two fabulous tracks from ElisaDay, a symphonic rock band from Russia.

You can find ElisaDay’s profile on Jamendo, and also on Bandcamp.

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CCJam 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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