"Hard Driving Bluegrass Music!"

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Playlist 6/1/19

Welcome to Music for the Mountain Bluegrass, a 1-hour program of hard-driving bluegrass music, new and old. Music for the Mountain is produced weekly in New Hampshire, and is currently airing weekly on the following radio stations: KBOG in Bandon, OR, KCHW in Chewelah, WA, KFCE in Wills Point, TX, KGIG in Modesto, CA, KPHD in Modesto, CA, KTGY in Nipomo, CA, KXCR in Florence, OR, WDRT in Viroqua, WI, WEJP in Wheeling, WV, WMNB in North Adams, MA, WNEC in Henniker, NH, WNPA in Canton, OH , OH, WOOL in Bellows Falls, VT, WOTR in Weston, WV, WRAQ in Angelica, NY, WRST (streaming service only) in Oshkosh, WI, WYAP in Clay, WV, WXDR in New Orleans, LA, WXHR in Hillman, MI, WZNC in Littleton, NH, Pirate Radio 88.9 FM in Strathcona County, Alberta, Global Community Radio (streaming service to radio stations), The Bluegrass Junction, Bluegrass Planet Radio, Boston Free Radio, Bumps Radio, Channel One Radio, The Global Voice, Homelands Radio, North By South Radio, Shout Radio, Southern Roots Bluegrass, Sword

The show can also be heard anytime by visiting the archives.
To listen to the full archived local broadcast version of the show online, go here:
For the syndicated version for broadcasters (split for your local breaks), go here:
(or contact me directly for downloadable link)

(Intro | Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys | Watermelon Hanging On The Vine / Roanoke - Off The Record, Vol. 1: Live Recordings, 1956-1969 | Smithsonian Folkways)

CLAYBANK | Emma | Single | Mountain Fever


THE CADLEYS | True Life Blues | Duets And Ballads | Self

BILL MONROE & THE BLUEGRASS BOYS | Time Changes Everything | Bluegrass 1959-1969 | Bear Family

(Chris Jones ID for Music for the Mountain)

CHRIS JONES & THE NIGHT DRIVERS | Thinking About You | Run Away Tonight | Mountain Home


RED ALLEN | Troubles Around My Door | The Folkways Years 1964-1983 | Smithsonian Folkways

JIMMY MARTIN & THE SUNNY MOUNTAIN BOYS | Little Maggie, She's So Sweet | Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys | Bear Family

THE DEL MCCOURY BAND | The First Time She Left | The Cold Hard Facts | Rounder


JOE MULLINS & THE RADIO RAMBLERS | O-hio | For The Records | Billy Blue

BIG COUNTRY BLUEGRASS | Carolina Traveler | Mountains, Mamas And Memories | Rebel

THE EARLS OF LEICESTER | What's Good For You (Should Be Alright For Me) | Live At The CMA Theaer In The Country Music Hall Of Fame | Rounder

FLATT & SCRUGGS | Shuckin' The Corn | Flatt & Scruggs 1959-63 | Bear Family


EDGAR LOUDERMILK BAND | The Winter Wind | Lonesome Riverboat Blues | Rural Rhythm

(David Parmley ID for Music for the Mountain)

DAVID PARMLEY & CARDINAL TRADITION | Rollin ' On | David Parmley & Cardinal Tradition | Self

WILLARD GAYHEART | The Workin' | At Home In The Blue Ridge | Blue Hens


RAMBLER'S CHOICE | Springtime And Roses | Sounds Of The Mountains | Rounder

RALPH STANLEY & THE CLINCH MOUNTAIN BOYS | Don't Wake Me Up | Can't You Hear The Mountains Calling | Rebel

BILL EMERSON | Theme Time | True Bluegrass: Banjo | Rebel

MARK DELANEY | Bird Bath | The Patuxent Banjo Project | Patuxent

T.J. LUNDY, DANNY PAISLEY & RYAN PAISLEY | Cherokee Shuffle | Ola Belle Reed And Southern Mountain Music On The Mason Dixon Line | Dust-to-digital

(Outro | Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys | Y'all Come - Off The Record, Vol. 1: Live Recordings, 1956-1969 | Smithsonian Folkways)
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Promotional materials and music to:
Jon Colcord
10 Oriole Rd.
Concord, NH 03301


Out of the Woods is a Roots music program produced in Concord, New Hampshire.
It is currently heard weekly on the following radio stations:

CJMP, KALH KBOG, KCHW, KGIG, KHOI, KVRZ, KXCR, WEJP, WGXC, WLSL, WMNB, WNEC, WNPA, WOTR, WRAQ, WRST, WSCS, WYAP, WXDR, WXHR, Global Community Radio, Bluegrass Planet Radio, Boston Free Radio, Bumps Radio, The Global Voice, Homelands Radio, Radio Tucker, Shout Radio, Sugar Country Radio, Sword Radio, and always streaming on the web page:


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