Saturday, March 20, 2010

Bluegrass Show March 20, 2010

Set 1
Bury Me Beneath The Weeping Willow - Scott Nygaard
Tishomingo County Blues - John Hartford
Can We Get Along With This - Hunger Mountain Boys
A Distant Land To Roam - Ralph Stanley
Big Mon - Bill Monroe
Carroll County Blues - Benton Flippen
Sunny Side of the Mountain - Jimmy Martin
Close By - Alan Bibey
Cotton Fields - The Cabin Fever Band
Coal Tattoo - Hazel Dickens

Set 2
Crazy Creek - Bill Keith
Reno Blues (Philadelphia Lawyer) - Peter Rowan and Don Edwards
Dance Around Molly - Art Stamper
Roll on Buddy - Kentucky Colonels
Bill Cheatham - Kentucky Colonels
Dancin' in Branson - Bill Monroe
Rank Stranger - Ralph Stanley
Deep Dark Water - Osborne Brothers
Catfish John - Old and In the Way

Set 3
Back In the USA - Jim and Jesse
God Bless America Again - Jim and Jesse
Alabam - Jim and Jesse
Goodbye Girls I'm Going to Boston - Art Stamper
Foggy Mountain Top - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
Bald Knob Arkansas - Leroy Troy
Pocono Jubilee - Andrew Roblin and the Pocono Mountain Men
Carolina Star - Tony Rice
That's How I Got to Memphis - Charlie Sizemore

Set 4
The Winds of Pittsbugh - Lynnwood Lunsford and the Misty Valley Boys
East Virginia - Art Stamper
Alabama Bound - Kruger Brothers
Blue Ridge Mountain Blues - Kruger Brothers
LA County - New Vintage
Welcome To New York - Mark Johnson and Clawgrass
Nashville Skyline Rag - JD Crowe
Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia - Bill Monroe
What Made Milwaukee Famous - Del McCoury

Set 5
Cumberland County - Crooked Jades
The Cincinnati Southern - James Reams and the Barnstormers
Baltimore Johnny - Del McCoury
You Can't Get the Hell Out of Texas - Country Gazette
Kinfolks In Carolina - Northern Lights w/ Vassar Clements
The Water Lily - Ralph Stanley, Tom T Hall and Judy Marshall

Set 6
Poor Ellen Smith - Joe Val
Gotta Travel On - Flatt and Scruggs and Merle Travis
Buddies in the Saddle - Peter Rowan and Don Edwards
Grandpa's Getting Married Again - Grandpa Jones
Grandma Was a Cropduster - Dead Man's Hollow
Green Pastures -Emmylou Harris
Is the Blue Moon Still Shining - Bill Monroe

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