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    30. Harrison Kennedy: Thanks For Tomorrow (Electro-Fi)
    29. Blue Moon Marquee: Scream, Holler & Howl (Independent)
    28. Buddy Guy: The Blues Don’t Lie (RCA)
    27. Frank Yamma: Tjukurpa: The Story (Wantok)
    26. Alvvays: Blue Rev (Polyvinyl)
    25. Larkin Poe: Blood Harmony (Tricki-Woo)
    24. Scone Cash Players: Brooklyn to Brooklin (Daptone)
    23. David Myles: It’s Only a Little Loneliness (Turtlemusik)
    22. Suzie Vinnick: Fall Back Home (Independent)
    21. Miko Marks & The Resurrectors: Feel Like Going Home (Redtone)

David Myles shares more about his 15th album… 15th!!! David shares more about his artistic influences, his creative practice, understanding productivity, and living with an open heart. Be sure to take a walk in the woods with It’s Only A Little Loneliness, this week sitting at #23 on the Top 30 Chart.

    20. Vieux Farka Touré & Khruangbin: Ali (Dead Oceans)
    19. Arctic Monkeys: The Car (Domino)
    18. Ezra Collective: Where I’m Meant To Be (Partisan)
    17. Elle Celeste: Call on Me (Independent)
    16. Julianna Riolino: All Blue (You’ve Changed)
    15. Mariel Buckley: Everywhere I Used to Be (Birthday Cake)
    14. King of Foxes: Twilight of the Empire (Crystal Baby)
    13. Skinny Dyck: Palace Waiting (Sound Asleep)
    12. Danielle Ponder: Some of Us Are Brave (Future Classic)
    11. Bonny Light Horseman: Rolling Golden Holy (37d03d)

In this extensive conversation, Dawn Pemberton chats with Julianna Riolino about her new album, All Blue, which is sitting at #16 this week. They talk about the definition of cosmic country, her artistic awakening at 8 years old, songwriting as a method of therapy, and so much more.

    10. Cynthia Hamar: Joint & Marrow (Neon Moon)
    9. Dan Mangan: Being Somewhere (Arts & Crafts)
    8. kazdoura: Wain EP (Independent)
    7. L’omelette: You Are Here (Independent)
    6. Julian Taylor: Beyond the Reservoir (Howling Turtle)
    5. Nuela Charles: Nuela Charles (Independent)
    4. Status / Non-Status: Surely Travel (You’ve Changed)
    3. The California Honeydrops: Soft Spot (TubTone)
    2. First Aid Kit: Palomino (Columbia)
    1. Bedouin Soundclash: We Will Meet In A Hurricane (Dine Alone)

Jay Malinowski speaks with Dawn Pemberton about becoming a father, writing the new album on the west coast, re-engaging in the world in a positive way, and how the album cover relates to the album title.

Tune in to On The Rise with Dawn Pemberton and Brendan Cross every Friday from noon-3pm MT when they connect the musical dots, taking a peek at CKUA chart history, chat with great artists, and, of course, count down the Top 30 albums every week.