Americas Back 40

Americas Back 40 – November 18, 2012 at 1:00pm

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Patty Griffin
I Love
Tom T Hall's Songs of Fox Hollow
Patty Griffin
I Love
I Love: Tom T. Hall's Songs of Fox Hollow
Rayna Gellert
The Stars
Old Light: Songs from my Childhood and other Gone Worlds
Kelly Hogan
The Green Willow Valley
I Like to Keep Myself in Pain
June Carter Cash
The L&N Don't stop here anymore
Keep on the Sunny Side
Justin Townes Earl
Look the Other Way
Nothing's Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now
Lyle Lovett
L.A. County
Pontiac
Keller Williams and the Travellin' McCourys
Messed Up Just Right
Pick
Keb Mo'
You Can Love Yourself
Just Like You
Junior Brown
Hang Up and Drive
Volume Ten
John Hartford
The Boys from North Carolina
A Tribute to John Hartford
Kate and Anna McGarrigle
Matapedia
Matapedia
The Be Good Tanyas
Don't You Fall
Blue Horse
Richard and Linda Thompson
The Great Valerio
Watching the Dark
Townes Van Zandt and Calvin Russell
Waitin' Round to Die
The Best of Townes van Zandt
Kasey Chambers
Little Bird
Little Bird
Keta Bill
Caroline No
The Wham of that Steel Man
James Taylor
Carolina in my Mind
Sweet Baby James
Ryan Adams
Oh My Sweet Carolina
Heartbreaker
Old Crow Medicine Show
Caroline
Tennessee Pusher
Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys
My Cabin in Caroline
The COmplete Mercury Sessions
Driftwood Fire
Appalachain Hills
How to Untangle a Heartache
Kate Rusby
Bold Riley
Ten
Crooked Jades
Moonshines
Bright Land
Charles Sawtelle
Angel Band
Bluegrass
Red Allen and Frank Wakefield
Tis Sweet to be Remembered
Bluegrass
Sierra Hull
Tell Me Tomorrow
Daybreak
Jerry Douglas
I Don't Beleive You've Met My Baby
Slide Rule
Strength in Numbers
Duke and Cookie
Telluride Sessions
The Del McCoury Band
Train 45 (Heading South)
Old Memories - SOngs of Bill Monroe
Rhonda Vincent
You're in My Heart
Roots Music: An American Journey

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