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Music

Sun 12.00AM–3.00AM

With DJ Pete

MOST RECENT PLAYLIST

Humble Pie (Music)

Sat Sep 23rd 2017 9.00am–11.00am

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Time zone: pacific

10:54am

Tim O'Brien “Where the River Meets the Road”
from Where The River Meets The Road (Howdy Skies 2017)

10:50am

Red Molly “Dear Someone”
from Light In The Sky (Red Molly 2011)

10:45am

The Cache Valley Drifters “White Room” (CMH)

10:41am

Rhiannan Giddens “We Could Fly”
from Freedom Highway (Nonesuch)

10:35am

David Rawlings “Good God A Woman”
from Poor David's Almanack (Acony)

10:31am

David Rawlings “Come On Over My House”
from Poor David's Almanack (Acony)

10:28am

David Rawlings “Midnight Train”
from Poor David's Almanack (Acony)

9:51am

The Highwaymen “Whiskey in the Jar”
from The Greenwich Village Folk Scene (Not Now Music)

9:47am

Red Foley “Renfro Valley Home”
from Tennessee Saturday Night (Proper 2002)

9:44am

Carolina Cotton “Three Miles South of Cash (In Arkansas)”
from Yodeling Blonde Bombshell Volume 1 (Kit Fox 2005)

9:42am

Al Dexter “Bring it on home to me”
from Honky Tonk Blues Single (Jasmine)

9:37am

Sunshine Boys “What's The Matter With Deep Elem”
from Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys (Proper Records)

9:33am

Mr. And Mrs. J. W. Baker “On the Banks of the Old Tennessee”
from Women In Early Country Music (Trikont Records)

9:30am

Moonshine Kate “My Man's a Jolly Railroad Man”
from Women In Early Country Music (Trikont Records 2008)

9:24am

The Delmore Brothers “The Frozen Girl”
from Brown's Ferry Blues (County 2010)

9:21am

Cousin Emmy “Pretty Little Miss Out in the Garden”
from Cousin Emmy and Her Kinfolk 1939-1947 (Bear Family Records)

9:14am

Old Crow Medicine Show “Heart Up in the Sky”
from Best of (Nettwerk)

9:08am

Doc Watson “Blue Railroad Train”
from The Essential Doc Watson (Vanguard Records 1973)

9:05am

The Early Mays “Red Bud”
from The Early Mays (The Early Mays)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.