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"The country music scene has been turned into a country pop scene for some time now. With my music, I'm bringing back that old country which came from the legends of the past. I hope everyone who listens gets a sense of that authenticity." - Shawn Lee Stamps
 
From the first listen of Shawn Lee Stamps songs like "The Truth" I hear shades of Kristoferson and other legends who made their mark by keeping it sincere. Stamps without question has lived those songs.” - David Havens — KIX96 Radio/Music From Muscle Shoals Then Now & Forever
The Midnight Madness Show can be heard live on WFMC Jams every Tuesday from 7-9pm central

The Vinyl Show is excited to be celebrating 2020 Record Store Day this Saturday in Muscle Shoals, AL at Counts Brothers Music! The DJ Doctor, I.T. Guru, Lisa T., and Chuck the Scholar will be on location spinning tunes from Vinyl from 11am to 5pm. If you are in the area stop in, say hi, and check out the Vinyl and other products and services offered at Counts Brothers! Remember that social distancing and masks are strongly encouraged! You can also visit their site online to view everything that's offered as well as curbside pickup for your safety and convenience.

The Vinyl show will be streamed live from 11am to 5pm on Alabama Jams Online Radio and WFMC Jams.
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Counts Brothers Music Counts Brothers Music has been serving the musicians in this area since 1983. Our location is just a couple of blocks away from legendary FAME Recording Studios, and a couple of miles from the equally legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studio. Come and experience The Shoals! Let us be part of your experience.

 

 

 
 

 

Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Jeffrey Allan Lane, mostly known simply as Jeff Lane grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee, where he began playing guitar fervently at the age of fourteen; fascinated by the invention of the “historic” MTV and the great rock guitar players of that era. From an even younger age, his musical roots were watered by his mother’s record collection that was packed full of greats like Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, The Eagles, Elton John, Jim Croce, Elvis, The Beatles, and the Commodores. Sneaking over to a neighbor’s house he learned about hot bands AC/DC, Pat Benetar, and REO Speedwagon. After forming a few high school rock bands, life took Jeff out of the public pursuit of his dream. For the next 20 years, he kept his songwriting pursuit private all while picking out the biggest influences in each generation to add to his sound. With a major economical turn of events in 2010, and the loss of Jeff’s business and his farm, an unexpected door opened that started his long-awaited musical journey. That winter collaboration began with Matthew Oakes which would quickly lead to a series of phone calls from guitarist/producer Quentin Horton wanting to record the project known as Hundred Acres. While in the studio, Hundred Acres was officially joined by Horton on lead and slide guitars, as well as guest tracks from fiddle player Kevin Jackson and former Allison Krause & Union Station guitarist Tim Stafford who was touring with Blue Highway as an award-winning guitarist. The result was Jeff’s first record “Where the Buffalo Roam” which he debuted on his 40th birthday in 2011 at his first official gig. Although nervous and clumsy on stage at first, the music brought an energy that grew quickly resulting in a second record exactly one year later called “Feels Good”. At this point, Horton who formerly experienced development in Nashville suggested that Jeff pursue his next step by experiencing songwriters in other places to find more influence and experience, replicating the journey he had taken years before. For the next few years, Lane followed the advice and began playing hundreds of open mics and songwriter rounds within a two hour (100 miles) driving radius so that he could return the same night for work the next day. His soulful and story-telling style of songwriting, along with tasteful guitar work quickly acquired notoriety as someone wanted in “good” rounds, and opened doors further away and into Nashville where he regularly appears at venues such as the world-famous Commodore. With the growth achieved by constant appearances as a songwriter, Lane has become a powerhouse that commands most rooms, bringing audiences to full attention with the sound of his soulful voice of heavily bluesy-style guitar licks on a beaten 1953 Gibson LG-1. Jeff Lane has made many appearances on indie radio stations including the famous “Blue Plate Special” WDVX in Knoxville, TN, and “Appalshop” on WMMT in Whitesburg, KY. Jeff, in addition, has performed with many A-list performers and writers over the years including Tim Stafford, Chris Knight, Kim Williams, Sean Gasaway, Benjy Gaither, Steve Williams, Aaron Barker, Keith Anderson, Lance Miller, Doug Johnson, Bobby Tomberlin, Mark Steven Jones, Randy Finchum, Lara Landon, Emily Minor, Annie Robinette, Bobby Starnes, Justin Mychals, Karen Reynolds, Mason Reed, Robby Hopkins, Mo Pitney, Bill LaBounty, Carrie Tillis, Willy “Big Eyes” Smith, Folk Soul Revival, Holly Williams, Hilary Williams, Bill DiLuigi, Lanndon Lingerfelt, Johnathan Dean, Marc-Alan Barnette, PJ Steelman, Scott Southworth, Heino Meoller, Morgan Alexander, Judy Paster and many more.

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Your Hosts Lisa T & Teri D will be on location for charity at The Pickett Place with Steven Cothran and Deidre Alabama Blues Queen helping the Children whose parents are incarcerated get school supplies and help out with their Christmas.
You can give even if you can't come out just go here:
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Lisa T and Teri D go live with Alabama Jammin' every Thursday Night at 7pm Central featuring live music and interviews from performers in the North Alabama area on WFMC Jams.

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