Mountain Music Show 8/28/12

The Mountain Music Show featured some 1920s-40s old-time bands that had an influence on early country music.

Grayson and Whitter - Going Down The Lee Highway
The Leake County Revelers - Good Fellow
Charlie Poole - If I Lose, I Don't Care
Callahan Brothers - Gonna Quit My Rowdy Ways

Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers - Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss
Al Hopkins and His Bucklebusters - Soldier's Joy/Turkey Buzzard/When You've Gone Courtin
Uncle Dave Macon - Whoop 'Em Up Cindy
Crook Brothers - Ragtime Annie
The Carter Family - My Old Cottage Home

Al Hopkins and His Bucklebusters - Walking in the Parlor
Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers - Miss McLeod's Reel
Charlie Poole - Shuffle Feet, Shuffle
The Carter Family - The Fate Of Dewey Lee

The Leake County Revelers - Leake County Blues
Uncle Dave Macon - Susie Lee
Callahan Brothers - Way Out There
Grayson and Whitter - A Dark Road is a Hard Road to Travel

The Mountain Music Show airs each week on WNRV from 2-3 PM on Tuesday and 6-7 PM on Thursday. Tune in on AM 990 or our live stream. Downloads of previous shows are available in our Archives/Podcast area.

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