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

Trad, Roots and Twang
Tuesday, September 17, 2013 | 18:00 to 18:00 | CGBF

New Artist Song Album Label
Tut Taylor and Norman Blake Goodlesville Express Flat Pickin in the Kitchen Tut Lee
Tommy Edwards Midnight Run North Carolina Salsibury
John Hartford Brushy Fork of John's Creek Speed of the old longbow Rounder
The Wandering Mr. Spaceman Go on now, you can't stay here Sons of the South
Bill and Libby Hicks Big Road Blues South of Nowhere Copper Creek
* Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys Missouri Gal What A Dream It's Been Cow Island Music
Hurray for the Riff-Raff Western Cowboy My dearest darkest neighbor SR
Deep Chatham Better Days Flood SR
Sligo Creek Stompers Lina's Blues / Whistling Hola Vital Mental Medicine SR
Jim Ford I wanna make her love me Country Soul Light in the Attic
Mississippi Rail Company Mojo Hand Coal Black Train SR
Preservation Hall Jazz Band Halfway Right, Halfway Wrong That's It! Legacy
Rev Lonnie Farris Peace in the Valley Fire in my bones Tompkins Square
Slide Brothers Sunday School Blues Slide Brothers Concord
Blind Boys of Alabama The Last TIme Spirit of the Century Real World
Wood Brothers Sing About It The Muse Southern Ground
Lester Flatt and the Nashville Grass Good Times are Past and Gone A Living Legend CMH