Greg Vandy: The Lostines, Scott Ballew, Allison Russell

In Our Headphones

Greg Vandy is the host of The Roadhouse, KEXP’s Sunday morning roots and American music show. He talks with Isabel Khalili about how the show is more about a feeling than a genre.

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Greg Vandy is the host of The Roadhouse, KEXP’s Sunday morning roots and American music show. He talks with Isabel Khalili about how the show is more about a feeling than a genre, and how he uses music to draw connections between the past and present. Then he shares three songs he’s been loving lately, from '60s girl group harmonies to a soulful expression of joy, plus one lesser known track from the inventor of the power chord.
 
Lastly, we hear from KEXP Music Director Chris Sanley about a powerful indie collaboration recorded at Abbey Road Studios.

Songs featured:
  1. The Lostines - “A Tear
  2. Scott Ballew - “True Love Can’t Surf
  3. Allison Russell - “The Returner
  4. Link Wray - “From Tulsa To North Carolina”
  5. IAN SWEET & Porridge Radio - "Everyone's A Superstar"

Listen to the full songs on KEXP's "In Our Headphones 2024" playlist on Spotify, the “What's In Our Headphones” playlist on YouTube, or listen below.
 
Listen to Greg Vandy on The Roadhouse live every Sunday from 9 AM to 12 PM Pacific Time, or anytime on the two-week archive at KEXP.org or the KEXP App.
 
Hosted and produced by: Janice Headley and Isabel Khalili
Mixed by: Emily Fox
Mastered by: William Myers
Editorial Director: Larry Mizell Jr.

Our theme music is “好吗 (Hao Ma)” by Chinese American Bear

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Contact us at headphones@kexp.org

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