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

Trad, Roots and Twang
Tuesday, July 10, 2018 | 18:00 to 20:00 | CGBF
http://www.hoedown.org

New Artist Song Album Label
Chicken Wire Gang Wind Blows Galvanized Roost
Chicken Chokers Jordan is a hard road to Travel 07 Muddy River
B-Stars Sweet Little Things Behind the Barn SR
Del McCoury That ol' Train Del McCoury Still Sings Bluegrass McCoury Music
Tom, Brad and Alice Sail Away Ladies Holly Ding Copper Creek
John Hartford Cattlesburg Speed of the Old Longbow Rounder
Blue Yonder Well Aquainted with the Blues Rough and Ready Heart New Song
Camile Baudoin and teh Living Rumors Your Cheatin' Heart Old Bayou Blues SR
Hawktail El Camino Unless SR
* Nathan Salsburg BB Third Eye No Quarter
* Ana Egge Girls White Tiger Storysound
David Rawlings Cumberland Gap Poor David's Almanac Acony
* Hot Club Sandwich Swang Thang No Pressure Acousic Oasis
* Don Gibson A Perfect Mountain The Bestof the Hickory Records Years (1970-1978) Omnivore
Michael Hurtt and his Haunted Hearts Can't Get her started Come back to Louisianna Allons