Archive for September, 2014


Remembering Amy Brigham

September 18, 2014

Photo by Amy Brigham

Amy Brigham played a sizable role in the local music scene. She was an excellent band photographer (*an all-around excellent photographer). She was a friend/fan of many regional artists. She was also married to Gene Brigham, who had written many songs for her and about her. We appreciate Gene so much for sharing some of her favorites with us so that in addition to our show this week, we could play a block for Amy. Much love to Gene and all of Amy’s family and friends as she will be greatly missed. So here’s what we heard.

The Strange – But I Do
Cornbread Killers – Over and Over
Brad Ray – Homeward Bound
Gene Brigham – You’re the One (for Amy)
Gene Brigham – Free (for Amy)
Gene Brigham – My Life (for Amy)
Matt Green & Russell Cook – The Ballad of Bell Tree Smith
Atomic Boogie – ’67 Ford Mustang
The Holler – Heartbreak Song

If you missed it you can listen or download it anytime on the MullinsMania Radio Archives.
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Celebrating the Blind Tiger Soundtrack on the NWGA Music Hour

September 2, 2014


This week on The Northwest Georgia Music Hour we’ll be joined by local filmmaker Seth Ingram as we celebrate the release of his latest film, Blind Tiger – The Legend of Bell Tree Smith. Of course, for this show we’ll be focusing on the soundtrack, which is loaded with exceptional regional artists.

The NWGA Music Hour airs every Wednesday at noon on 95.7 The Ridge FM and has always been brought to you by Stephens Music Company, Inc of Rome and Calhoun.

Can’t make your ears available at that time? Keep an eye on The MullinsMania Radio Archives as it will be updated with a recording of the show within the following few hours/days (depending on other things). Thanks for caring about this sort of thing!

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