The Morning Show Live from NYC
Hem - 4/4/2003
Stunning folk music emanates from the NYC contemporary folk band Hem. Mandolin, guitar and accordion are the perfect complement to the spectacular voice of singer Sally Ellyson.
James Yorkston - 4/4/2003
Influenced by Nick Drake and Ray Davies, James Yorkston mixes British folk with American country. In this live session, Yorkston sweeps the chords of his own dirge-like folk rock compositions.
Stellastarr - 4/3/2003
stellastarr* dramatically layers pop melodies, harmonizing in a raw, emotional fever. This NYC rock band combines impactive elements from new wave, post-punk and power-pop.
Rachel Flotard - 4/2/2003
Frontwoman and composer Rachel Flotard from Seattle band Visqueen joins John Richards on The Morning Show, live from New York City. In this solo acoustic set Rachel performs rock songs from Visqueen and from her former band Hafacat.
Clem Snide - 4/2/2003
Singer-guitarist Eef Barzelay composes darkly poetic ballads. In this live acoustic solo set, Eef bares the bones of his alternative country-rock band Clem Snide.
Damnwells, The - 4/2/2003
New York band The Damnwells add a touch of country to their rock ballads. In this live solo acoustic set, frontman Alex Dezen explores the boundaries of despair.
Aereogramme - 3/31/2003
Glasgow band Aereogramme show their softer side as they perform acoustic versions of their dark, introspective indie rock tunes.