You listened. You commented. You let me know what your favorite songs of March were. Now let’s hear what made the final list. Thanks. Here’s to another month of brilliant songs.

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Artist and Song Title:

Surfer Blood – Demon Dance
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Sacrilege
The Family Rain – Trust Me…I’m a Genius
Sound City Players – The Man That Never Was (Rick Springfield)
Beach Fossils – Clash the Truth
The Replacements – I’m Not Sayin’
Frank Turner – Recovery
Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown – Lipstick Wonder Women
Boy – Little Numbers
Cloud Cult – Good Friends
The Virgins – Flashbacks, Memories and Dreams
The Attic Ends – Fortress
Ivan & Alyosha – Running for Cover
Griffin House – Go Through It
Josh Ritter – Hopeful
Shooter Jennings – A Hard Lesson to Learn

3 Comments

  • March was a good month.
    Songs that will be my Next favorites, Fortress , running for cover, go through it,
    I’ m not saying, little numbers and I’m sure couple more.
    Thank you

  • Great show Chris… the best of series allows me to hear the highlights of waht I did miss…Surfer Blood, Yeah Yeahs, Replacement and Boy all fave tracks!

  • Thanks Doc and Thom

    a, for listening. 2, for taking the time to post a comment.

    I’m really digging the newish sound The Attic Ends have now. Can’t wait for their May charity concert at Captain Lawrence.

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