Mountain Music Show 1/7/14

This week on the Mountain Music Show I featured the duo G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter. Grayson and Whitter only recorded for a few years (1927-1930) but they had an incredible influence on old-time, bluegrass, and country music. I also mixed in a few later versions of their tunes by other folks.

Grayson and Whitter - Going Down The Lee Highway (aka Lee Highway Blues)
Indian Run Stringband - Lee Highway Blues (live New River Valley Jamboree 120112)
Grayson and Whitter - Barnyard Serenade (aka Cacklin' Hen)
Whitetop Mountain Band - Cacklin' Hen
Grayson and Whitter - Shout Lula

Grayson and Whitter - Train Forty-Five
Home Folks - Train 45
Grayson and Whitter - Joking Henry
Mac Traynham and Shay Garriock - Joke and Henry
Grayson and Whitter - I've Always Been a Rambler

Grayson and Whitter - Tom Dooley
Doc Watson and David Holt - Tom Dooley
Grayson and Whitter - I Saw a Man at the Close Of Day
New Lost City Ramblers - I Saw a Man at the Close Of Day

Grayson and Whitter - On the Banks of Old Tennessee
Grayson and Whitter - Short Life of Trouble
Carolina Chocolate Drops - Short Life of Trouble
Grayson and Whitter - The Red and Green Signal Lights

The Mountain Music Show airs it's special blend of authentic traditional old-time music 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 some previous shows are available in our Archives/Podcasts area.

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