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Belong Where We All Are

Pardon the twisted Marshall Tucker title reference to the map. But I was listening to their "Where We All Belong" LP while plastering the server stats map code to the page. It makes sense on some level-- right? At least you should be able to get the gist of where everyone is coming from. Connect with the dots above in the Pearadio Community.


New & Featured

Now playing on PEARadio and set for release on April 9, 2013. A top notch follow up to their 2011 "Nothig Is Wrong", Stories Don't End is available for pre-order now.


Trashcans Poke Pearadio

The Trashcan Sinatras played the Tremont Music Hall in Charlotte, NC on Tues. Mar. 8th. Tour Manager Ben Marts was very enthusiastic and accommodating to invite the Pearadio crew to the show and to spend some time with the band.

This was an intimately marvelous performance and we throughly enjoyed the show--talent like this is a joy to find these days. Should great acoutics and lyrical splendor be your bag, I strongly recommend catching one of their shows and most definitely picking up some of their work.

They will be continuing their tour throughout the northeast, midwest, and ending up at the Bootleg Theater in LA. at the end of March. Tour schedule can be found here

Thanks John, Francis, Paul, Stephen, and Ben for the side door access and backstage hospitality.


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Now playing on PEARadio set for release on February, 22 2011. Jeff Beck paid fitting Tribute to Les Paul last summer, celebrating what would have been the pioneering guitarist’s 95th birthday by playing his friend and mentor’s music, along with classic tunes from the era, in the same Times Square nightclub that Paul played every Monday for 14 years before his death in August 2009.

Sponsored by Gibson Guitar and billed as “A Celebration of Les Paul,” Beck was joined by The Imelda May Band at the Iridium Jazz Club in June 2010. Other guest performers joining Beck onstage included Brian Setzer, Gary “U.S.” Bonds, and Trombone Shorty.


Wisebird On Pearadio

Shouts to any but most all in the southeast (SC, NC, GA, FL) swampy & groovy Wisebird will be passing by and playing thru PEARadio land this Thursday, Oct. 7 and beyond the month of October.

Check in here on Thursday afternoons throughout Oct. for some inside quips, trips, and tracks. Check their listings in your area for a mighty fine show. Wisebird's South Thursday Runs

Originally from Salt Lake City, UT, Wisebird is working the road hard from Austin, TX-- the city they now call home. Thanks to the support of a few festivals (including their very own Desert Rocks Music Festival in Moab, UT) and some key reviews of their performances, they have garnered an enthusiastic and growing fan base from The Golden Gate to Lake Pontchartrain. Having been recently picked up by a national agency, Wisebird is expanding their touring to include most of the Southeast.

"Wisebird is for real. Wafting organ, searing guitars, and a thumping back line, they are powerfully eye opening, FUN and should not be underestimated nor missed if a chance arises."


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the union

Now playing on PEARadio set for release by Universal in October, 2010, and produced by T Bone Burnett, The Union marks the culmination of a mutual musical adoration that began in the late 1960s, ahead of Elton's debut US performance in 1970 at The Troubadour Club in Los Angeles. The album is a collaboration between Elton and Leon Russell, with songs by Elton and Bernie Taupin; by Elton, Bernie and Leon; by Elton and Leon and by Leon alone.

The Union was recorded in Los Angeles earlier this year, with guest musicians including Brian Wilson, Booker T, Don Was and Neil Young. Cameron Crowe has filmed the sessions for a documentary, creating too a moment of history as this is the first time that the genesis of Elton's music has been recorded on film. Critics who have had an early preview of the album are united in praise for the work that Elton describes as a "Seventies record with a modern feel."