Nell & Jim Band Drop ‘Steel’

Americana outfit the Nell & Jim Band will drop their latest album, Steel, tomorrow, February 15. The album comprises 12-tracks of music rooted deep in the sonic heritage of the U.S. Jim Nunally first came into contact with Nell Robinson when he co-produced her album. Not long after, the pair hooked up to record House…

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Nell & Jim Band Pays Tribute to Northern California Roots On 12-Track STEEL, Feb. 15 First Single “Shady Grove/Matty Groves” Impacts Radio January 28

Northern California’s acclaimed Nell & Jim Band will release Steel, a new 12-track album inspired by and paying tribute to their Northern California roots, on February 15. Steel (Whippoorwill Arts) continues a time-honored tradition of musical activism that made such acts as Janis Ian or Peter, Paul and Mary so unforgettable. 

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Silence Diary

Laryngitis January 15th: I have had laryngitis for four days. Fascinating to see how people communicate around someone who cannot speak (I have been writing notes and trying to gesture what I mean). First of all, everyone starts whispering. Interesting, I think this could be useful somehow.

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KQED/PBS Live Show

MUSIC GONE PUBLIC: Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band episode featuring songs from “Baby Let’s Take The Long Way Home” album.
Season 1 Episode 11 | 56m 46s
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Jim Nunally Talks To Bluegrass Today

Jim Nunally, a San Francisco Bay Area native, has enjoyed a varied musical journey, not only as a musician, but as a composer, record producer and teacher. He had been preceded in that journey by his guitar-playing grandfather, an Arkansas native, who taught his son, who, in turn, passed along the art of playing the guitar to Jim.

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Premiere: “Tempest” on Mother Church Pew

“Tempest,” the cinematic new video from Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band, was filmed in the verdant climes of the Pacific Northwest, and marries the ancient beauty of the natural world with the age-old poignancy of roots music. The song itself is inspired by Michael Ondaatje’s novel The Cat’s Table.

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