Americas Back 40

Americas Back 40 – November 25, 2012 at 1:00pm

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Robert Earl Keen
Play a Train Song
Ready for Confetti
Robinella
Down the Mountain
Solace for the Lonely
Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs
Beg Steal or Borrow
God Willin' and the Creek Don't Rise
Willie Nelson and Lukas Nelson
Just Breathe
Heroes
Patty Griffin
Mary
Flaming Red
Skeeter Davis
The End of the World
The Essential Skeeter Davis
Townes Van Zandt
To Live's to Fly
The Best of Townes Van Zandt
Steve Earl feat. Allison Moorer
Heaven or Hell
I'll Never Get out of this World Alive
Ryan Adams
Lovesick Blues
Timeless: Hank Williams Tribute
Rodney Crowell
Bluebird Wine
Heartworn Highways Soundtrack
Shawn Camp
Why Me
The Pilgrim: Celebration of Kris Kristofferson
Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott
The Hummingbird
We're Usually a Lot Better than This
Lucinda Williams
Lines Around Your Eyes
Sweet Old World
Ralph Stanley and Bob Dylan
The Lonesome River
Oxford American No. 5
Gillian Welch
Six White Horses
The Harrow and the Harvest
Jody Stecher
Weasels and Snakes
Wonders and Signs
Rayna Gellert
Old Bangum
Old Light
Old Crow Medicine Show
I Hear them All
Big Iron World
Tara Nevins
Raleigh and Spenser
Mule to Ride
Reba feat. the Time Jumpers
If You're Not Gone Too Long
Coal Miner's Daughter: Trib. to Loretta Lynn
The Secret Sisters
Why Baby Why
The Secret Sisters
Webb Pierce
I'm Walking the Dog
In the Jailhouse Now
Ray Wylie Hubbard
When She Sang Amazing Grace
Lost Train of Thought
Mac Wiseman
Grandfather's Clock
Appalachain Mountain Bluergrass
The Websters and Scott Nygaard
Richmond Blues
Ten Thousand Miles
Sara Watkins
Will We Go
Sara Watkins
Uncle Dave Macon
Governor Al Smith
Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music Vol 4
Tony Rice
Gold Rush
The Bill Monroe Collection
Suzanne Thomas
Silver Tongue and Gold Plated Lies
O Sister! The Women's Bluegrass Collection

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