This week's stream will feature DT Huber.
DT and I met a while back and I was lucky enough to play mandolin on his EP Scorched Earth and be a stand-in for a short time in his band, Whale Show, who held a residency at the legendary Bertha's in Fell's Point for many years. I've always been struck by his clean guitar playing and a voice that calls to mind the Bob Dylan who wanted to make sure you heard and *truly understood* every word he was saying.
1:58 A Lion Looks Down from the Mountain (Jon -- FAWM 2022)
6:50 How Soon We Forget That We're in Love (dt)
13:42 DRN (Tell the Doctor) (Jon, from Fireworks at the Carnival)
19:20 On Cold North Ave. (dt)
27:23 Someone Please (Jon, from No Fortunes)
33:20 Iron Horse (dt, unreleased)
40:14 Tomorrow I'm Gone (Jon, from The Distance of the Moon at Daybreak)
44:47 Through the Glass (dt, unreleased)
50:16 I Ain't Got No Home (Woodie Guthrie)
57:50 sorry dt I don't know the name of this one!
More about D.T., his music, and his teaching studio: https://dthuber.com
Get his music: https://dthuber.bandcamp.com
Subscribe to his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/dthuber
"D.T. Huber is a Baltimore-based Americana singer/songwriter whose songs arrive at truth in an ever-changing, deceptive world. Blending all things folk with outlaw country, blues, and bluegrass, D.T. draws from the deep wells of the American songbook. His songs delve into the minds of characters who struggle with love, joblessness, injustice, addiction, and poverty. It’s a mean old world, but within the struggle there exists immense joy along the way. It’s the balance between darkness and light, a sense of tradition, and a notion that history gives us a deeper sense of ourselves, that are the driving forces behind D.T.’s music."
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