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181.FM Front Porch (Bluegrass) - Online Radio
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Al Batten And The Blue Grass Reunion - The Old Crossroads
1h. 21min. ago
Kenny Baker - Road To Columbus
2h. 34min. ago
The Special Consensus - The Leavin' Train
3h. 54min. ago
The Johnson Mountain Boys - When I Can Forget
5h. 10min. ago
Wildwood Valley Boys - Forever True
6h. 16min. ago
Longview - You Left Me Alone
7h. 28min. ago
The Johnson Mountain Boys - Weary Hobo
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Kathy Kallick - Tomorrow's Breakdown
9h. 40min. ago
The Johnson Mountain Boys - Misery Loves Company
10h. 48min. ago
Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs - I'll Just Pretend
12h. 12min. ago
Jay Ungar & Molly Mason - The Blue River Waltz
13h. 26min. ago
Alison Krauss - Teardrops Will Kiss The Morning Dew
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Bobby Osborne & Rocky Top Express - Father And Daughter
16h. 17min. ago
Tim And Mollie O'brien - Sittin' Alone In The Moonlight
17h. 40min. ago
Osborne Brothers - Salty Dog Blues
18h. 54min. ago
The Johnson Mountain Boys - Get Down On Your Knees And Pray
20h. 41min. ago
Crowe, Douglas, Hicks, Lawson, Rice - When You Are Lonely
22h. 6min. ago
Auldridge, Bennett, Gaudreau - You Didn't Say Goodbye
23h. 22min. ago
Iiird Tyme Out - Broken Hearted Lover
1d. 2h. 38min. ago
The Johnson Mountain Boys - Intro: Black Mountain Blues
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Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys - Rock Bottom
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Jack Sanbower & George Garris & The No Leeway Band - Told That Girl
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Jay Ungar & Molly Mason - The Cotton Patch Rag
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Jay Ungar & Molly Mason - The Blue River Waltz
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Tom Adams & Michael Cleveland - Ginny Whitt's
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Hazel Dickens - Are They Gonna Make Us Outlaws Again?
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - I've Found A Hiding Place
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Aaron Mcdaris - When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
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Larry Sparks - John Deere Tractor
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Tut Taylor - Sugar In The Gourd
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Jeff Tolbert - I Owe It All To Thee
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - Call His Name
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Alison Krauss & Union Station - Oh, Atlanta
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Dixie Chicks - Travelin' Soldier
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Mark O'connor - Banks Of The Ohio
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Jim Eanes & The Shenandoah Valley Boys - Cedric Special
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Circuit Riders - Lonesome Wind
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Dolly Parton - Bluer Pastures
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Alison Brown - Girl's Breakdown
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Iiird Tyme Out - Broken Hearted Lover
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Kathy Kallick - Tomorrow's Breakdown
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - With Body And Soul
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Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver - Blue Train (of The Heartbreak Line)
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Peter Rowan - I'm Just A Used To Be
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John Cowan - In Bristol Town One Bright Day
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Longview - You Left Me Alone
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Alison Krauss & Union Station - When You Say Nothing At All
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Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder - Enjoy The Ride
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James Alan Shelton - Foggy Mountain Chimes
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Bluegrass Intentions - You've Got To Righten That Wrong
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John Hartford - Steamboat Whistle Blues
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Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs - I'll Just Pretend
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Rhonda Vincent - Lonesome Wind Blues
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Berline, Crary And Hickman - They Don't Play George Jones On Mtv
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - Tomorrow I'll Be Gone
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The Carter Family - Cannon Ball Blues
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The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Tennessee Stud
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - Mother's Voice Is In The Wind
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - Misery Loves Company
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Mountain Heart - Traveler's Prayer
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - Orange Blossom Special
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Eric Thompson - Dixie Hoedown
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Charlie Monroe & His Kentucky Pardners - I'm Comin' Back But I Don't Know When
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The Chapmans - Fire In The Canyon
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Jerry & Tammy Sullivan - Hear Jerusalem Calling
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - Georgia Stomp
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Boone Creek - Daniel Prayed
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Don Rigsby - Rose Among The Thorns (w/ Ralph Stanley)
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - Bluest Man In Town
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Tom Rozum - Sweet Sally Brown
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Alison Krauss & Union Station - Two Highways
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The Daughters Of Bluegrass - Go Back To The Well
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Kathy Kallick - Thoughts Of Love And Home
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Arthur Smith & His Dixieliners - Going To Town
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Earl Scruggs - Flint Hill Special
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Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs - I'll Stay Around
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Mac Wiseman - I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home
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The Special Consensus - The Leavin' Train
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James Alan Shelton - Freight Train
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The Country Gentlemen - Little Glass Of Wine
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Dale Potter - Back Up And Push
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Peter Rowan - Pure White Sail
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Randy Howard - A Lonesome Road
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Lost And Found - Cold, Icy Fingers
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Rhonda Vincent - When The Angels Sing
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Larry Sparks - Lovin' On Borrowed Time
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The Special Consensus - When The Walls Come Tumblin' Down
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Gary Brewer - Drink Up And Go Home
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Al Batten And The Blue Grass Reunion - The Old Crossroads
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J.d. Crowe & The New South - Don't Give Your Heart To A Rambler
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Don Rigsby - The Midnight Call
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Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cut - Dear Old Dixie
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David Davis And The Warrior River Boys - It's Just An Old Body
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Mac Wiseman - Girl Of My Dreams
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Rock County - Mary Jane, Won't You Be Mine
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Blueridge - Goin' Up
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Randy Waller - Should've Took That Train
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The Carter Family - Picture On The Wall
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Paul Craft - Blue Heartache
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - When I Can Forget
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Various Artists - Bury Me Beneath The Weeping Willow
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Crowe, Douglas, Hicks, Lawson, Rice - One Tear
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Yonder Mountain String Band - Not Far Away
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Larry Cordle & Lonesome Skynyrd Time - Sweet Home Alabama
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Dirk Powell - Goin' Where I've Never Been Before
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Bluegrass Patriots - My Turn To Lose
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John Mccutcheon - Who Will Sing For Me?
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The Johnson Mountain Boys - Weary Hobo
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Jim & Jesse - Hard Hearted
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Blueridge - New Road
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