WUOG 90.5FM Athens, GA

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Banjos and Blues (Specialty Show)

Playing American old-time and blues music from the turn of the century from West Virginia to West Texas (and everywhere in between). You may must learn a thing or two too!

Fri Oct 27th 2017 1.00pm–2.00pm

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Time zone: eastern

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1:09pm   MrMalcontent

Greetings and Salutations

1:17pm   MrMalcontent

Your show has two playlist's, one without any songs and the automation playlist is occasionally showing as Current Playlist.

1:23pm   Professor Legume (host)

thank you i will fix that now

1:39pm   Professor Legume (host)

I think it is fixed now!

1:39pm   Professor Legume (host)

Thanks for keeping an eye on me!

1:44pm   MrMalcontent

And two ears on the tunes!!

1:49pm   Professor Legume (host)


1:51pm   MrMalcontent

Very nice show! Thanks much Sir!

2:02pm   Professor Legume (host)

Thank you for listening my friend


Fiddlin' John Carson “The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane”
from Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order Volume 1 —June 14,1923 in Atlanta, Georga


The Skillet Lickers “Hell Broke Loose in Georgia”
from Old Time Fiddle Tunes and Songs from North Georgia


Clayton McMichen & the Georgia Wildcats “Wild Cat Rag” Single (1931)


Seven Foot Dilly & His Dill Pickles “A Georgia Barbacue at Stone Mountain pt. 1&2” Single (1930) —Atlanta, Georgia


Mick & Evan Kinney “Barntown Williams Rag (Frank Maloy - Tifton, GA)”
from In Dear Old Georgia Vol 1: Fiddle Tunes from the 13th Colony


Andrew & Jim Baxter “Georgia Stomp”
from Anthology of American Folk Music —1929


Andrew Baxter with the Georgia Yellow Hammers “G Rag” Single —Charlotte, NC Tuesday, August 9, 1927


Earl Johnson & His Clodhoppers “I Get My Whisky from Rockingham” Single —oct. 7, 1927, Atlanta


Fiddlin and Moonshine Kate “Corn Licker & Barbecue - Part 1”
from Fiddlin John Carson Vol. 5 1927 - 1929


The Mississippi Sheiks “Please Baby” Single

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