Rodney Barker performing a song he wrote, "My Old Time Honky Tonk Home". Promoted by Jerry Mac
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This is a Sleepy John Estes song from the 1930s. It was mixed by Jay Chubak. Loved this song so I had to record it. Hope you enjoy.
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Simple country, like a drive down An Old Dirt Road Picture courtesy of Mike Gentry, thanks Mike
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New release from Currier Square's 2nd CD, "River Town", now available in the Soundclick store. Released: Feb. 2019. Title Track.
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Never thought I'd write a cowboy song but then again, I was spending much of my winters in South Padre Texas jamming and performing with country musicians, so this sweet clip-clopping Tex-Mex ballad was inevitable.
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This is a remake of my 2009 "Memory of a Dream" trilogy tribute to America's soldiers, serving and fallen.
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My home town, North Adams, MA. A bluegrass flavored tune.
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Coil=Coal and Oil. Featuring Lew Knapper on blues harp. Susan Ivory Blue on keys. Lyrics and music by Lew Dawg Cloninger. Bass Steve Sallaz. Produced by Steve Sallaz at "Old Plantation Studio"
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A song for and about a long-haul trucker. Words & music by Steve Suffet. Lead vocal & guitar: Steve Suffet. Back-up vocal: Anne Price. Banjo: Robin Greenstein. Fiddle: Gina Tlamsa.
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Americana sytyle song about a fella too weak to keep it together enough to keep his girl around to enjoy. Another Joe Ryan/ Lyrics Moker Jarrett/ Music worktape All Rights Reserved
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Jeff's latest musings on living.
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Choose a **free download** when you join The Rosinators' mailing list Tradtional song first recorded by Clarence (Tom) Ashley in 1930 and covered by Dylan on his 'Self Portrait' album in 1970.
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