Our friends up in Boston at WMBR have added songs from Columbia (McBride’s new album) including “Wedding Suit” and “Tremblin’ Again” onto their weekly Lost Highway radio show hosted by Doug Gesler.
You can listen to Doug’s Lost Highway show every Saturday morning (8-10 AM) over here.
Songpickr, one of Spotify’s largest music curation playlists with a subscription of over 140,000 listeners, added Tom McBride’s new track Tremblin’ Again onto their Best of 2015 Playlist.
You can listen HERE to the song Tremblin Again on Spotify.
You can listen HERE to the entire Songpickr 2015 Best Songs playlist.
Last week I drove into Falls Church, VA to visit Cue Recording Studios where the folks at The Circus Life Podcast broadcast their show each week. It was also a walk down memory lane at Cue Recording Studios where I recorded my first EP – Headed For back in 2005. I performed a few songs from the new record Columbia that are posted up on their site.
Listen to “Tremblin’ Again” live in studio at Cue Recording Studios; The Circus Life Podcast
Listen to “Candle Light the Way” live in studio at Cue Recording Studios; The Circus Life Podcast
I was joined in the studio by Miss Virginia 2015 Savannah Lane + hosts Justin Trawick & Sean Russell. You can hear us talk about pyramids, songwriting, beer and beauty pageants here in the full podcast: The Circus Life Podcast
Or listen to full podcast over here at iTunes
Circus Life Podcast: Episode #120. On today’s show we have musician Tom McBride and Miss Virginia 2015 Savannah Lane. We try beer from of a “grunt” from STRANGEWAYS BREWING in Richmond VA and Tom does his best to describe how it tastes. Discussion includes Starbucks Cups, Real Housewives of Potomac, and hidden rooms in old pyramids. Our show is brought to you by our Amazon link, which gives us a piece of your purchase if you click through the sponsor link on our website www.thecircuslife.com. We have a new sponsor, http://acorn-financial.com/ This podcast is also brought to you by, ToriRocksRealEstate.com, Saucony, RCS Photography, and Cue Recording Studios.
Tom McBride’s new track “The Tamer” was featured this past weekend on Nashville’s own The Eldon Thacker Show. (Broadcast date November 8th, 2015)
Eldon broadcasts his eclectic roots and American music themed radio show each Sunday night LIVE in his studio in downtown Nashville, TN.
Check out the re-broadcast of Eldon’s shows on his Soundcloud page OVER HERE. https://soundcloud.com/eldonthacker
Tom McBride’s new full-length studio album will be released on October 27th.
Columbia @ iTunes
Columbia @ Pledge Music
Front Royal, Virignia – For those looking for something to do in the Mid-Atlantic this Labor Day weekend check out the Appaloosa Festival (only 1-hour from downtown Washington DC) a 2-day music, art and outdoor festival with over 20 bands and acts performing Americana, bluegrass, country and folk music in addition to the Festival offering camping, horseback riding, biking, rafting and local craft food and drink. Tom will be performing on the Main Stage on Saturday the 5th. You can check out www.appaloosafestival.com for all the details about the event including set times and directions.
It was an honor and thrill for Tom to be invited to perform this past Saturday for the honored guests and service women and men in the Navy Reserves as part of the Navy Reserve Centennial Celebration held in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, where he performed both God Bless America as well as his award-winning song Morning in Glen Burnie with a backdrop of the legendary Civil War ship USS Constellation. A special thank you to Commanding Officer CDR Jack Downes for helping make this memorable event happen.
In 2 weeks Tom returns to the West Coast for a brief run of California shows. Tickets are on sale at the venues web-site. For direct links, see below.
Group shot outside the studio.
Boston seems to be the center of the news universe these past few days. I managed to make my escape back down to Maryland late last week with about an album’s worth of new material in hand and before this “blizzard for-the-ages” is set to envelop the surrounding region. We shall see what tomorrow brings.
When I hear about Boston and blizzards I think of a photo my mother would show me when I was a kid of her pregnant and looking out a window where the snowbanks piled half-way up the door. It was February in Massachusetts and a moment captured following the historic nor’easter blizzard of 1978. She was pregnant with her third son. A few years later, to my then 6 or 7 year old eyes, this photo documented an otherwise unimaginable amount of snow and as I progressed through childhood, the Blizzard of 78 became a harrowing tale of adventure I loosely associated with my entry into the world. It wasn’t until I was an early teen that I realized every other kid my age and in my class had been a helpless, not-yet-conceived fetus during this exact same period and therefore had no more and no less of a tale of survival of extreme weather conditions than I did. (And I wasn’t born until May!) For the record, and I had to look this up of course, the Blizzard of 78 set a then-record of snowfall with 27.1 inches. This appears to have been broken recently in Boston during the massive nor’easter of 2013. Today, those always so accurate weather prognosticators are predicting a similar level of snowfall. Good luck up there.