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  1. Tractor Tune-Up Old-Time Jam at Tractor Brewing Tulane SE @ Central in Nob Hill Every Monday, ish p.m. Hosted by the Virginia Creepers. Sign up for the mailing list to get weekly reminders and notices of any cancelations.
  2. until at last i'm home Written/Posted by Granada Power in the Blood Posted by Granada Norwegian Wood Posted by alubin, written by Lennon/McCartney Eighth of January Posted by alubin Norwegian Wood Posted by alubin, written by Lennon/McCartney John Brown's Dream Posted by alubin.
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  4. Apr 18,  · Visit Tunefind for music from your favorite TV shows and movies. All 8 songs featured in Hart of Dixie season 3 episode Back in the Saddle, with scene descriptions. Ask questions and download or stream the entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & Amazon.
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  6. Aug 08,  · Classic Old-Time Fiddle: From Smithsonian Folksways Recordings and recorded live a t the Barns of Wolf Trap in October, Featuring Greg Hooven with the Greg Hooven String Band singing and playing on Track (Won't Come Until Morning) and on Track (Darling Cora).Greg shared the stage that night with The New Lost City Ramblers, Roger McGuinn (of The BYRDS fame), .
  7. Fred Cockerham and Oscar Jenkins - Sally Ann. Esker Hutchins - Eighth of January Kyle Creed and Emily Spencer - Shady Grove Oscar Jenkins - Rustic Dance Earnest East and the Pine Ridge Boys - June Apple Fred Cockerham and Oscar Jenkins - Cumberland Gap. The Mountain Music Show airs each week on WNRV from PM on Tuesday and PM on Thursday.
  8. The collection features an amazing cast of ballad singers and banjo pickers from Virginia and North Carolina. As a teenager, I learned my first two banjo pieces off of it. The first was Fred Cockerham's "Fortune," and the second tune was Wade Ward's "Shady Grove." Scroll down just a little bit more to listen to the latter.

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