WTJU Best of 2018: Emily

Emily hosts Something New on Wednesday afternoon from 4-7 (eastern).

Fru Skagerrak (Ankerdram) Go Danish Folk Music
The Andrew Collins Trio (Groove) Andrew Collins Trio
Kieran Kane & Rayna Gellert (The Ledge) Dead Reckoning
Ana Egge (White Tiger) StorySound
Duck Baker (Les Blues Du Richmond/Demos & Outtakes 1973 – 1979) Tompkins Square
Kittel & Co. (Whorls) Compass
The Fretless (Live From The Art Farm) The Fretless
Mariel Buckley (Driving In The Dark) Mariel Buckley
Soggy Po Boys (Smoke)  Soggy Po Boys
Jim Lauderdale (Time Flies) Yep Roc
I’m With Her (See You Around) New Rounder
Hot Rize (40th Anniversary Bash) Ten In Hand
Mike Marshall & Caterina Lichtenberg (Third Journey) Adventure Music
Town Mountain (New Freedom Blues) Town Mountain/Tone Tree
Missy Raines (Royal Traveler) Compass
Maggie Roche (Where Do I Come From) StorySound
Hawktail (Unless) Padiddle
Lunasa (Cas) Lunasa Records

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