"Hard Driving Bluegrass Music!"

Sunday, February 7, 2021

Playlist 2/6/21


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, WHPW in Harpswell, Maine, 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 Radio, WSSE-DB

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)

TERRY BAUCOM'S DUKES OF DRIVE | Land On Our Feet | Fine Time To Get The Blues | Driving Duke


BARRY ABERNATHY & FRIENDS | Birmingham Jail (with Vince Gill) | Single | Billy Blue

JIMMY MARTIN & THE SUNNY MOUNTAIN BOYS | Six Days On The Road | Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys | Bear Family

MAMA SAID STRING BAND | Kentucky Heartbreak | Mariah | Gold Paint


ALAN BIBEY & GRASSTOWNE | Blue Collar Blues | Hitchhiking To California | Billy Blue

(Dale Ann Bradley ID for Music for the Mountain)

DALE ANN BRADLEY | Falling Down | Single | Pinecastle

SCOTT SLAY | Rye Whiskey | The Rail | Pinecastle

ROBERT HALE & THE 8TH WONDER BAND | It's All Over Now | Blue Haze | Pinecastle

RAHNDY KOHRS | Rockwell's Gold | Old Photograph | Rural Rhythm


BILL MONROE & THE BLUEGRASS BOYS | In Despair | BLuegrass, 1950-1959 | Bear Family

FLATT & SCRUGGS | You're Not A Drop In The Bucket | Flatt & Scruggs, 1949-1959 | Bear Family

(Ralph Stanley ID for Music for the Mountain)

RALPH STANLEY & THE CLINCH MOUNTAIN BOYS | On The Banks Of Old Tennessee | Short Life Of Trouble | Rebel


DEANIE RICHARDSON | Walking In My Sleep | Single | Engelhardt Music Group

BRANDED BLUEGRASS | Dawg's Breath | Somebody's Child | Bell Buckle

LARRY SPARKS | Florida Blues | Lonesome Guitar | Rebel

DARREN NICHOLSON | Cherokee Lady | Fret A Spell | Bearded Baby

ALAN MUNDE | Blue Ridge Express | That High Lonesome Sound | Reactive Masters

(Outro | Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys | Y'all Come - Off The Record, Vol. 1: Live Recordings, 1956-1969 | Smithsonian Folkways)
email to:

Promotional materials and music to:
Jon Colcord
10 Oriole Rd.
Concord, NH 03301

Out of the Woods is a Roots music program, and Music for the Mountain Bluegrass is a Bluegrass music program. Both are produced weekly in Concord, New Hampshire. One, or both can be heard globally on the following radio stations (check with stations for scheduled times):

CJMP, KALH KBOG, KCHW, KDUR, KFCE, KGFN, KGIG, KHOI, KIBH, KIOF, KKRN, KPHD, KRFP, KSVR, KVRZ, KXCR, WBDH, WDRT, WEJP, WGXC, WHPW, WLPP, WLSL, WMNB, WNEC, WNHN, WNPA, WOOL, WOTR, WRAQ, WRST, WSCS, WSLR, WTM, WYAP, WXDR, WXHR, WZNC, Global Community Radio, The Bluegrass Jamoree, Bluegrass Planet Radio, Boston Free Radio, Bumps Radio, The Global Voice, Homelands Radio, North by South Radio, Radio Djerdan, Radio Tucker, Shout Radio, Southern Branch Bluegrass Radio, Sugar Country Radio, Sword Radio, WSSE Online, 920WON The Apple, and always streaming on the web pages:
twitter: @JonChipColcord

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