#7: Guest DJ Brit Hessler

The newest addition to the Fuzz team, Brit Hessler, joins us this week to spin some tunes. Brit is a visual artist who recently moved from Chicago to Nashville. Her first Nashville show is coming up June 6 at 444 Humphreys. Find out more at bhessler.com.

This episode is loaded with peerless folk classics, sad-woman vibes, and music nerdery. We’ve also compiled all of the songs available on Spotify for into a tidy little playlist that you can get here.

About Brit’s Upcoming Show

Not Gone–But Not Here is an exhibition of memorial. The work emerges two years after the mourning of an end, a stasis. The results are the construction of physical memorials as desire to remember through permanence. The show reflects the importance of grieving rituals and the transformative aspects of release through pain and repetitive processes. The markers commemorate the fleeting nature of experience and act as symbols of rebirth. Not Gone–But Not Here is a reminder that artificial flowers are the only things capable of lasting forever..

..For living and loving will always be licking honey from a thorn.

444 Humphreys // Nashville, TN // June 6 // 6PM-9PM


Music

  • “Rattler” by Santo & Jonny
  • “Grass Above My Head” by Cian Nugent & The Cosmos
  • “I Wonder If I Care As Much (Version 2)” by The Everly Brothers
  • “Episcopal Hymn” by John Fahey
  • “Banquet on the Water” by The Sallyangie
  • “Idiot Wind” by Bob Dylan and The Band (Live from Rolling Thunder Revue Tour)
  • “Positively 4th Street” by Johnny Rivers
  • “Positively 4th Street” by Bob Dylan
  • “Mountain Jam – Live at the Fillmore East / 1971” by The Allman Brothers
  • “Feels Like a Rock Star” by Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw
  • “I Don’t Want to Love You No More” by Jackson C. Frank
  • “Shades of a Blue Orphanage” by Thin Lizzy
  • “Until It’s Time for You to Go” by Buffy Sainte-Marie
  • “Designated Drinker” by Alan Jackson
  • “Over the Hill” by Steve Gunn
  • “The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face” by Bert Jansch
  • “Primrose Green” by Ryley Walker
  • “I’m On My Way Home Again” by The Everly Brothers
  • “Stay Awhile with Me” by The Strawbs
  • “Craigie Hill” by Dick Gaughan
  • “Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord)” by Johnny Cash
  • “Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow” by The Carter Family
  • “Affirmed” by Nathan Salsburg
  • “Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down” by Gram Parsons and The Flying Burrito Brothers
  • “Pork and Beans” by Jake Xerxes Fussell
  • “Shake it Off” by Taylor Swift
  • “Toxic” by Britney Spears
  • “What’s Happening?!?!” by The Byrds
  • “Road Dope” by Chrome Pony
  • “Mr. Tambourine Man” by The Byrds
  • “I’ve Endured” by Ola Belle Reed
  • “Rambler, Gambler” by Bob Dylan
  • “Ending” by Bruce Langhorne (from Peter Fonda’s The Hired Hand)
  • “The Wicked Flee” by Carter Burwell (from the Coen Brothers’ True Grit)
  • “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms” by Iris Dement
  • “Hang Me, Oh Hang Me” by Oscar Isaac (from the Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis)
  • “Guitar Solo, No. 2” by Neil Young (from Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man)
  • “I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)” by Bob Dylan (Live with The Band).
  • “Out on the Side” by Dillard & Clark

Notes

Corrections

  • Bob Neuwirth was indeed a visual artist, but he was also a singer / songwriter.


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