Joe Wack – Yew Piney Melodies:

Joe Wack, a Los Angeles musician with roots in West Virginia, has put together a great collection of 14 tunes from his home state.  Playing his friends, Steve Lewis (banjo) and Laura Osborn (guitar).  Recorded in February of 2011 in Los Angeles, CA.

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Triple Chicken Foot:

monster_drawTriple Chicken Foot is a Los Angeles based Old Time band.  Having played together for more than five years, The Foot has honed their skills and focused on playing Old Time music rooted in tradition.  Spending time with veteran players around Los Angeles and the country, they have soaked up knowledge and technique handed down through the years.  The Foot finds their voice through their repertoire of tunes and songs, be it gospel songs, archaic banjo tunes, or crooked fiddle tunes.  In recent years they have been a powerful new dance band on the scene.  They have recently finished recording their second full length CD titled Tar River, release #06.

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The Flat Iron Stringband:

In January 2009 the Flat Iron Stringband headed West from various points East.  On January 29th, 2009, they played in Silver Lake in a small backyard with the moon above.  OTGT is very excited about our fifth release!  The tracks are great, the playing full of energy, and the singing keeps you listening over and over again!  Recorded and produced by Ben Guzman, Artwork by Eric Junker, OTGT packaging by Kelly Marie Martin.  Email here to order a copy, or find them at jams around Los Angeles, or get them from the great musicians on this CD when you see ‘em next!  You can click on the CD images bigger images for Track Listing, Band Members etc.

Check out a sampler of the CD Hard Times in the Country Tour Sampler



Madame Pamita:


Madame Pamita uses the powers of euphonious prognostication to tell audience member’s fortunes and plays songs written both by herself and by those who have moved on to the great beyond: rural blues, old time, jug band and proto-jazz numbers about romance and revenge and mirth and mayhem.  She plays on an assortment of odd antiquarian instruments (Imperial Banjeaurine, Banjolele, Marxophone, Polka-Lay-Lee, and Tiple; as well as a 115 year-old banjo and early 20th century ukuleles).

Madame Pamita has recorded these songs onto wax cylinder with equipment from the 1800s. Fans of Harry Smith’s Anthology of American Folk Music, Alan Lomax’s field recordings or what Greil Marcus likes to call “the Old Weird America” will be transported to the birth of recorded music when an evening’s entertainment meant surprises, amusements and a singular experience like no other!

Madame Pamita’s New Album – “Wax Works” is being released April 1st, 2009!  There is a party at Taix that night in Echo Park!  Release #001wax_works_cover



mcdougalMcDougall is a one man show with many friends!  Scott McDougall taps into our cores with stories of trains, friends, travel and the Almighty.  He often plays hymns with his mom on Sundays and occasionally strum songs in his brother or sister’s living room while his nephews and nieces dance and laugh.  Sometimes mom picks up the accordion and things really get good.  He has already released two full length CDs of his own, Ramble and By the Way of the Barrell Tree.

McDougall has just released his third CD, “Cover with the Moon” on Old-Time is a Good Time, release #02!  The album can be purchased at  He also just played SXSW and is touring through the west coast now!cover_with_the_moon