Show #251 – Just Nick & Bootsy

Joe Dunlap on guitar; Ray Spiller on cahone; Mick Byrd on vocals/acoustic guitar and Nick Thomas on harmonica!

Joe Dunlap on guitar; Ray Spiller on cahone; Mick Byrd on vocals/acoustic guitar and Nick Thomas on harmonica!

We were lucky to see Mick Byrd & the Backroad Band at Tater Patch in Rolla on Saturday night. Nick even added some harmonica to the music (videos coming soon). We also dropped by Greentree Christian Church to congratulate Bob Kraus; Cody Wood; Gabriel Morton and David Bergman of SinnerSaved on the release of their new CD, Sons of Adam. We couldn’t go home until we’d played a few games of electronic Cricket at Shots while we listened to Brian Muench play some fun acoustic tunes, including one by Jonathan Edwards that Nick featured during Nick’s Pics on the show. We went on the road but stayed close to home and enjoyed plenty of GREAT live music!

On Show #251, you won’t hear any live interviews, but you’ve got Nick, Bootsy and some KILLER music from local bands across the US of A (and Canada)! We’ve got:

  • Mick Byrd
  • SinnerSaved
  • Brian Muench
  • Trevor and The Joneses
  • Chased By Captives
  • DANK
  • KILLCODE
  • Mars Needs Guitars
  • Corners of Sanctuary
  • Johnny Hoffman & The Residents
  • King Bczzar
  • Eric Metz
  • Richard Parker
  • The Blacklist Social
  • and Monica DuPont

Nick’s Pics by Jonathan Edwards:

The Basement Tapes with Nick & Bootsy is a weekly radio show that originates live in Rolla, Missouri at K-KID 92.9fm and is also recorded and posted online as a podcast. Nick & Bootsy play music from local, independent bands & musicians from across the world – after all, everybody is local to somewhere!

Intro to The Basement Tapes with Nick& Bootsy is In the Basement (Part 2) by Etta James & Sugarpie DiSanto. We don’t own copyrights to any of the songs we play on The Basement Tapes with Nick & Bootsy other than our own compositions. If you like what you hear, please buy it.

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