TMEfm Radio album of the month for July is EG Kight – The Trio Sessions.

    EG Kight has a direct connection to the planet, and Mother Earth has paved a path of strength, power, and grace that EG travels every day.

    Nestled in rural Georgia, EG has grown deep roots on her land, originally settled by her great-grandfather. Her passions include her music, her God, her goats, and her guitar. She is also an accomplished and published photographer. And she now adds author to her resume, with her first children’s book.

    EG says what brings her joy is connecting with her fans. “It’s good for what ails you,” she says. She clearly has used that camaraderie with her fans to pull her through dark days. She has cheated death twice: once from a virus attacking her brain, and once from a pitbull attack.

    These experiences only heightened her passion for music.

    Sometimes in your life you get a rare opportunity to experience a legend at work. Even more rare is to meet and eventually befriend that legend. This happened for EG when she met Grammy award winning Koko Taylor, and it made a tremendous impact on her approach to music, especially the blues.

    EG and Blues Hall of Famer Taylor became fast friends, and during their time together, EG learned as many lessons from Taylor as she could. Koko herself found EG’s songwriting to be so good that she included one of EG’s songs on each of her last two albums. Koko’s impact is unmistakable when you see and hear EG perform.

    The earth spirit is strong with EG Kight, and the blues is alive and well. I am convinced her strength and positive outlook on life will resonate with you. It’s like taking a barefoot walk through the garden and finding a harvest full of life lessons.

    Whit “Witness” Hubner III
    WMOT Roots Radio 89.5fm

    TME (Pronounced) TIME to say goodbye goodbye to songs from 2020 on rotation.

    Yes it’s that horrible day when all songs from 2020 are removed from all rotations. That doesn’t mean none will get played just not on a regular basis.

    So this weekend we will be featuring songs from 2020 among our usual promo tracks and our rotations.

    Thank you everyone for all the music produced during the difficult year, we love you all.

    Nine songs make our really heavy rotation for the next seven days.

    Really Heavy Rotation = every 8 hours they get a play. Give the world a chance to hear them.

    Dirk Powell – Ain’t Never Fell
    The Chicks – Julianna Calm Down
    Clarence Spady – If My Life Was A Book
    Lucero – Outrun the Moon
    Mellow Blues – Coffeeshop Blues
    Parker Millsap – The Real Thing
    Wildcat O’Halloran Band – Crossin’ Off
    Donna Herula – Got What I Deserve
    JP Williams Blues Band – Don’t Let The Devil Ride

    Five pm in NEW YORK we have a “First to Last” album, Tapestry by Carole King. Chosen by Josie Bello of Long Island fame.

    5pm on the Atlantic Seaboard is 11pm  my time, must post-it to not forget.

    Our second full album is chosen by

    Josie Bello who is a performing songwriter based out of Huntington, NY.

    Her music is a mix of thoughtful lyrics and folk-style melodies.

    Get a copy of here latest album here Have Purpose Live Long

    Also available is Josie’s  Uptempo, Rootsy, Americana Blues tune wishing everyone a Happy Independence Day while taking jabs at what has become the hallmark of American summer celebrations–bbq and beer drinking! The lyrics take a humorous look at how Americans are celebrating their independence while beholden–yet largely indifferent–to the economic and social inequities of our time.

    Happy Independence Day

    What’s coming up this weekend on TMEfm.

    This weekend we will be trying to play as many songs as possible that we have received from artists and PR Companies in 2021.

    Competing with the airtime will be our usual eclectic mix of old songs, some of them our favorites others that haven’t had a spin on TMEfm Radio.

    There will be a few  #COVERED songs.

    If time allows we will fit in a First to last album.


    Finally after the dramatic 13th Round when Referee Dykspykable Dick Slack moved in to separate the girls and received a couple of low blows which put him out of action we are happy to report he is now fit enough to use his scorecard to declare a winner after the judges had called a draw.


    “It is always difficult for the referee to call the result from his scorecard, which has been under lock and key since I was put into a coma, but it has to be done.”

    “The judges were split equally on the result (rumors about a pay-off could be true) so it is my decision that counts.”

    “Kelly’s Lot came out “stronger” and more than once Donna “Got what she deserved” but she came back “fixin to die” and gave Kelly the “Black eye Blues”.”

    “I had to delete points from both for excessive time spent repairing makeup and time cooking in the kitchen.”

    The seconds were both warned for excessive corner fondling”

    “Plus not being able to score the final 13th round my card shows the contest was a draw.”

    “A result I am sure the long departed crowd would agree with.”


    So there we have it straight from the horses mouth. A DRAW.

    Reviews of the competitors efforts will follow as soon as the reporters get over the shock of the result being called a Draw.

    Wild Rabbit Salad In The Studio With Noted Producer Michael Mikulka At Lucky Run Studio Houston

    This will be Bucky and Marietta’s fifth consecutive release

    Houston TX (May 27 2021) – Wild Rabbit Salad is back at it live and in the studio. Five songs into their 5th album and they are back with award winning producer Michael Mikulka at Lucky Run Studio in Houston. They’re last album charted a top 10 single on the Indie Country charts and reviewers tagged them as “one of the great under the radar Americana duos”. They will be performing two live shows over Memorial Day Weekend. May 28 at GuadalaHarry’s in Conroe Texas and May 29 at the 8th Wonder Brewery in Houston. Wild Rabbit Salad will be performing in full force as a five piece band.  They’ll be looking to make you wanna get up and dance.  Live this weekend and be sure to watch for the upcoming release date of their fifth album.
    About Wild Rabbit Salad
    Wild Rabbit Salad: Energetic and entertaining live. Marietta is a classically-trained Texan and Bucky is a home-schooled Bama boy. Associated Press, Steve Wine: Houston-based Bucky and Marietta, a duo professionally and personally, bring to their fourth album a relaxed, charming vibe. Both have striking voices. It’s a set unlikely to duplicate anything already on any musical menu. Bill Bentley, Bentleys Bandstand, Americana Highways “Bucky and Marietta fit together like grits and gravy, and zero in on backwoods wailing crossed with urban beauty. As the world spins in unpredictable ways, music like this can be an anchor to the challenges that confront those with the courage to take them on. Start a fire.” Chris Spector, Mid West Record Entertainment “One of the great under the radar Americana duos with a magic that makes even the somber sound celebratory. Mixing southern rock and classical chops, this duo is expert at finding the sweet spot where to all works in ways you wouldn’t believe. Even finding the bridge between Hank and Townes, it could only have gestated in Texas. Killer stuff.”
    Marietta and Bucky Performing “Lying”
    Jeff Burger: January 2020
    “I’d never heard of Wild Rabbit Salad until the duo’s fourth album arrived in the mail, but I won’t soon forget them.”
    Bentley’s Bandstand: January 2020
    “Bucky and Marietta fit together like grits and gravy, and zero in on backwoods wailing crossed with urban beauty.”
    One really cool CD
    “Trouble in Town”
    Great Birthday gift idea
    Merchandise Link for Wild Rabbit Salad’s “Trouble In Town”
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    10 pm C.E.T. Thursday 27th May. Our first “First to Last” Album and it is Ashes to Dust by Winter Wilson.

    Join us and listen to British Folk music at its best.


    I know I said 20th Century.

    I know Ashes to Dust is from 2016.

    I know I am the Boss and can do what I want and this wonderful Folk album was the inspiration for this series of Albums played in full.

    I could write for hours about Kip and Dave and never say a bad word about them, their music and their dedication to work.

    But I am Lazy and here is a link to their excellent web page, well worth a visit.



    Specials coming up on TME.fm Radio over the next few weeks.

    Starting when I post it is starting ok.

    I sent out the mail below and the response has been fantastic. In fact so good the same idea will be done on Radio BluesFlac.

    Hi there fellow music lovers, music makers, music promoters and any one else on my mailing list.

    First off an apology for sending you all the same email, I don’t enjoy receiving them much and I am sure you all don’t either.

    As you may know I spend a lot of time working on my radio stations and sometimes I kinda run out of ideas of what to play next.

    Yes I know I could play you or yours but I do like a bit of variety.

    What I am planning on doing is a couple of times a week or maybe three or four, choosing a “Favorite Album” from the 20th Century.

    The album will be played in its entirity from track one to the scratchy bit at the end. The event will be advertised so I can mention a few names the day before on social media and the radio web site for the person who reads it.

    You would think at my age that would be easy but it’s not.

    I have literally 10’s of thousands of physical CD’s plus one or two in digital form. I stand in front of them and start to decide what to listen to and of course it is one of the two or three I always end up choosing.

    You have all been there. That is the kind of album I want you to name for me.

    It doesn’t have to be the “album that influenced me” it’s the album you always listened to when you was younger and possibly still listen to.

    One album that is all.

    You don’t have to spend hours replying just the name of the artist and album.

    One pick ok. But if you ask your producer or drummer, guitarist, piano tuner, husband come rythmn guitarist, wife come pot washer then add their choice too.


    What do you get out of it?

    A lovely warm feeling as I digitally cuddle you plus getting mentioned that you are a wonderful person on social media.

    If you have music presently on or trying to get on the RMR Charts then it is more than possible you will get a few extra spins before and after the album of your choice.

    I get the chance to listen to some great albums and not just a few tracks so please spend a few seconds to reply and make me happy.



    Donna Herula on Video performing I Got No Way Home.

    With a Day between Rounds in our “2021 FEMALE ACOUSTIC BLUES CHAMPIONSHIP (SUPER FLYWEIGHT DIVISION)” we are posting some post action from the ladies involved.

    Here we have Donna Herula (vocals, slide guitar), Joanna Connor (slide guitar, backup vocals) and Katherine Davis (backup vocals) perform Donna’s original song “I Got No Way Home” (a tune on Donna’s May 2021 release Bang at the Door). The online Trading 4’s Slide by Slide Concert was through the Chicago Blues Network (aka At Home Chicago Blues). For more information, visit: http://donnaherula.com.