Killer Tunes Episode 51: Jim Dickinson Legacy Part 4

Ladies and gentlemen, gather round. It’s time for the very last episode of Killer Tunes. It’s been a hoot doing this show every week for your listening pleasure. Currently my schedule is not permitting me the time i need to put the show together so I’m putting it on hiatus. Please enjoy this last episode. It’s a gooders. This is the final episode in a four part series on Jim Dickinson and his great american music family.What a legacy! This weeks show includes tunes from: Lucero, The soundtrack to the amazing film Take Me To The River, North Mississippi Allstars, Anders Osborne (NMO) and Luther Dickinson.

 

Sit back. Plug in. Relax.

IMG-20120202-00076

killertunes_cat

Killer Tunes Episode 49: 11-12-16 Jim Dickinson Legacy Show Part 2

Hey friends,

Here is the latest episode of Killer Tunes. It is part two in a four part series paying homage to the Legacy of the Great American Music Family of Jim Dickinson. This week’s episode includes tunes from: North Mississippi All-Stars, RL Burnside, Jr. Kimborugh, Bob Dylan, The ‘Mats, Big Star and more…Dig it!

killertunes_cat

Ross Neilsen Therapy Hour Episode Two: John C.Stubblefield

IMG_0037RossNeilsen_TherapyHour_Podcast_Feb2016Welcome to episode number two of my podcast, The Ross Neilsen Therapy Hour. This episode I find myself in conversation with John C. Stubblefield. John plays bass in Memphis band, Lucero. One of my fav bands. I caught a couple shows at Lee’s Palace last fall and managed to reconnect with John for a quick chat. We run the gamut of music, life and beyond. Please enjoy and pass it along.

Listen to the podcast HERE

Song A Week Challenge and More…

Hey Y’all,

Still in lazy mode from xmas etc and can’t bring myself to type a note so here’s a video blog entry for y’all! Enjoy,

Walking In Memphis

Hi folks,

Well I had I fun time in St Andrews this past weekend With Karl Gans on the tubbs. We power duoed the shit out of The Red Herring. It was a strange adjustment but fun as hell and I’m glad we were in St Andrews to do it. It was nice to chill a bit and try and shake off the events of last week.

Saturday marked my last gig of 2011. I don’t have anything on the stage until January when I start doing Solo Sundays at The Thirsty Boot lounge at Crabbe Mountain. Looking forward to these shows. I’m stoked to get back to the solo show but also to take these four gigs and woodshed for my trip to Memphis and The International Blues Challenge. I leave on January 29th for a long drive to Tennessee. The International Blues Challenge, if you don’t know, is the biggest gathering of “bluesers” out there. They arrive from around the world to strut their stuff and I’m very excited and proud to be heading down there to represent New Brunswick and The Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival. I’m really looking forward to seeing old friends in Memphis and Mississippi and maybe doing a recording session or two afterwards.

Of course it is not a cheap trip to Memphis. Thats around 3000kms one way plus four or five nights in a hotel while there. So to help raise some $$$ Harvest and I are having a fundraiser at Dolan’s pub in downtown Fredericton. This will be the first show in their annual winter blues series. Great winter line up this year too! Sue Foley/Peter Karp, Moreland & Arbuckle (who we opened for a few festivals back) are all coming back!

Wednesday, January 18th, I’ll do two solo sets at Dolan’s starting around 7.30pm -ish. I am asking all my friends, fans and family to come out to show your support and to bring your friends and family. It’s a little intimidating being on the stage solo again, especially since the demise of the Bastards, so I’d love for folks to share this note, help spread the word about the fundraiser and stop into the pub and have a cold one with me and share a word of encouragement or two. I believe tickets are $10 bucks or suggested donation of $10 bucks. If there are folks elsewhere who want to help with travel by all means contact me and we can shoot you a physical mailing addy or you can email donations online to rossneilsen@gmail.com

As always I am grateful for your support and love. It means everything to me. As I head out into 2012, everything is brand new and I feel like I’m starting all over again. I know it’ll be tough but I also know that I’m up for whatever challenges lie ahead. I have a wonderful support system and I can’t wait to get a new record out to you all in 2012. Bigger, Better and Badder than ever. Have a great, safe holiday season. My very best to you and yours at this time of year.

Peace and Love, Yours in Rawk,

Ross