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"The Bull City Cosmic Hoedown" with Washboard Dave (archive)

Trad, Roots and Twang
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 | 18:00 to 18:00 | CGBF

New Artist Song Album Label
Sidetrack California Blues Songs from a Tarheel Town SR
South Carolina Broadcasters Fifty Miles of Elbow Room Short Time to Stay Here SR
Bonnie Prince Billy & Dawn McCarthy What Am I Living For? What the Brothers Saw Drag City
Wood Brothers When I was young Live Vol 2 SR
Alex As Long as you'll let me I will never be alone SR
* Luke Winslow-King Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning The Coming Tide Bloodshot
Storyville String Band Downtown 2nd line My Bayou Home SR
Helen Humes Married Man Blues Knockin' Myself Out JazzLegends
Roosevelt Sykes Don't Care Blues Blues by Roosevelt Smithsonian Folkways
Jimmy Wilson All Stars I found out Jumpin O
Tommy Goldsmith Red Springs Blues Songs of the American South SR
Mumford and Sons I will wait video video
Colin Linden Smoke em' all Still Live Yellow Dog
Beth Lee and the Breakups Drivin one more time again SR
High Performance I'd like to know Live from Breaux Bridge swallow
Shannon Mcnally Love in the worst degree Small Town Talk Sacred Sumac