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  • MattWales WE'RE BACK ALL!
    Apr 19

  • cranesofaustin Hi everybody! I was listening to My Dixie Darling (Carter Family) when I had the loveliest thought. AP sings the high harmony while Sara holds here excuisite, sonorous baritone, reversing the male and female parts of tradition. Maybelle plays virtuostic guitar, her playing stile being where bluegrass banjo, Travis picking, and rock and roll guitar were born. Sarah is Gil. Dave is AP and Maybelle in one. The original Carter Family and Gillian Welch ( the band) perfectly bookend the span of 20th Century Music.
    April 23, 2023

  • Brian1964Smith Boots No. 2: The Lost Songs, Vol. 3: 01 Sin City 02 Turn It Up 03 Strangers Again 04 What Can I Do 05 Make Me Down a Pallet on Your Floor 06 City Girl 07 How’s About You 08 Changing Ground 09 If I Ain’t Going to Heaven 10 Peace in the Valley 11 Cowboy Rides Away 12 There’s a First Time for Everything 13 Wanted Man 14 Put Your Foot Upon the Path 15 Garden of Love 16 Streets of St. Paul 17 One Little Song
    December 28, 2020

  • sleepy Track list: 01 Midnight Train 02 Money Is The Meat In The Coconut 03 Cumberland Gap 04 Airplane 05 Lindsey Button 06 Come On Over My House 07 Guitar Man 08 Yup 09 Good God A Woman 10 Put ‘Em Up Solid Source:
    June 26, 2017

  • JasonK Nashville story 2015 Frank Hamrick I walked down Broadway past a string of bars open early Friday afternoon. Four of the clubs had live bands playing Merle Haggard covers. Three of them were performing “Mama Tried”. Sandwiched among faux, Nash Vegas honkytonks and urban cowboy outfitters; in a narrow downtown Nashville building was Hatch Show Print, a letterpress shop that had been in business since 1879. The first ten feet deep inside was devoted to selling broadsides, monoprints, restrikes and postcards. Tourists flipped through bins of surplus commemorative concert posters searching for prints of their favorite stars. On the other side of a counter that divided the storefront from the rest of the building were a dozen folks dedicated to using hand carved imagery and hundred-year-old wooden letters to design and print posters. This felt much different than staring past the menu into the kitchen at a Burger King. A tattooed woman with Betty
    October 10, 2022