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Across The Blue Ridge

Music

Tue 3.00PM–4.00PM

Across the Blue Ridge focuses on the southern Blue Ridge area known through generations and still today as a hotbed of old-time, bluegrass, blues, and country music. And the program reaches far beyond, exploring southern music as the music most people around the world understand as distinctively American. Across the Blue Ridge is smart, irreverent, fun, serious, and entertaining all at once. How could it not be? Its host, Paul Brown, is a well-known former NPR journalist and radio producer who also happens to be a prize-winning banjo picker, fiddle player singer and storyteller. The show is filled with those “a-ha” moments for which public radio is known – moments that help listeners make new connections regarding history, art, music, politics, and the past, present, and future

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Deep in Tradition (Music)

WMMT's Flagship Old Time Mountain Music Show is, without a doubt, one of the finest in the world. Join Mountain Music Master Rich Kirby on a journey up the hollers & down and receive the musical blessing that is our rich musical heritage. And don't miss "The Way We Were" from the Mountain Eagle. The way we were's how we got where we are & that's what Rich brings to life.

With Rich Kirby

Tue Jun 19th 2018 1.00pm–3.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: eastern

2:55pm

Highwoods String Band “Old Jimmy Sutton”
from Feed Your Babies Onions (Rounder)

2:52pm

John Harrod “Bye and Bye”
from Johnny Come Along (June Appal)

2:48pm

Ken Perlman “Dr. Keith Strathspey / Miss Barker's Hornpipe / Carney's Canter”
from Frails and Frolics (Redbud Recordings)

2:34pm

Sara and Maybelle Carter “Weary Prodigal Come”
from Sara and Maybelle Carter (RCA)

2:32pm

Uncle Charlie Osborne “Cluck Old Hen (Key of D)”
from The June Appal Recordings MP3 Album (June Appal 1993)

2:30pm

Uncle Charlie Osborne “A Hundredth Birthday Story”
from The June Appal Recordings MP3 Album (June Appal 1993)

2:27pm

George Gibson “Little Birdie”
from Last Possum Up The Tree CD Album (JuneAppal) L

2:24pm

George Gibson “Moonshiner - George Gibson”
from Banjer Days (June Appal)

2:22pm

Orpheus Supertones “Sarah Armstrong's Tune”
from Bound to Have a Little Fun MP3 Album (Mudthumper Music)

2:17pm

Orpheus Supertones “Lady of the Lake”
from Bound to Have a Little Fun MP3 Album (Mudthumper Music)

2:09pm

Cockerham, Jenkins, Stanley “Polly put the Kettle on”
from Fiddle Classics (Unknown)

2:06pm

Empty Bottle String Band “Fire on the Mountain”
from Travelin' Man (Empty Bottle String Band)

2:03pm

Jilson Setters “No Corn on Tygart”
from Kentucky's Singing Fiddler (N/A)

2:03pm

Jilson Setters “No Corn on Tygart”
from Kentucky's Singing Fiddler (N/A)

1:56pm

Burnett and Rutherford “Going Across the Sea”
from Complete Recorded Works (Document Records)

1:50pm

Johnny and Homer Bailes “I'll Shout and Shine”
from Early Radio Vol 1 (Unknown)

1:50pm

Johnny and Homer Bailes “I'll Shout and Shine”
from Early Radio Vol 1 (Unknown)

1:47pm

Tobacco Tags “Yodeling Mule”
from Get Your Head in Here (Unknown)

1:44pm

Uncle Dave Macon “The Gayest Old Dude That's Out”
from Classic Sides 1924-28 (BACM)

1:37pm

Lily Brothers & Don Stover “Riding My Saviour's Train”
from Early Recordings (Rebel Records 1991)

1:31pm

Jim and Jesse “As Long As the Wind Blows”
from Old Dominion Masters CD Album (Pinecastle)

1:28pm

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver “God Gave Noah the Rainbow Sign”
from The Year We Sang (Crooked Road)

1:23pm

Kay Justice “Miner's Lullaby”
from The Year We Sang (Crooked Road)

1:16pm

Rich and the Po' Folk “Southern Texas”
from When the Whistle Blew CD Album (June Appal 2010)

1:10pm

Fields Ward “Bury Me Not On The Prairie”
from Bury Me Not on the Prairie (Rounder)

1:06pm

Delmore Brothers “Bury Me Out on the Prairie”
from Classic Cuts Disc 1 (JSP)

1:03pm

The Blue Sky Boys “The Longest Train I Ever Saw”
from A Treasury Of Rare Song Gems From The Past (None)


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