Playlist for Free-Range Folk, February 11




Goodnight, Texas – “The Railroad”
A Long Life Of Living (2012)

Steven Stern – “Soul of a Man”
Soul of a Man (2014)

The Civil Wars – “Barton Hollow”
Barton Hollow (2011)

Mary Gauthier – “Walk Through The Fire”
Filth & Fire (Signature Sounds, 2002)

Lee DeWyze – Blackbird Song
Walking Dead Soundtrack Volume 2 (2014, Republic Records)

Molly Venter – “Willow Tree”
Goodnight Moonshine (2013, Independent)

Marit Larsen – “Morgan, I Might”
Joni Was Right (2016, Handbrygg Records)

Parker Millsap – “Wherever You Are”
The Very Last Day” (2016, Okrahoma Records)

Monica Rizzio – “Willie Nelson”
Washashore Cowgirl (2016, Independent)

Amanda Shires – “My Love (The Storm)”
My Piece of Land (2016, BMG)

The Belle Hollows – “Jonah”
Miller’s Creek (2016. Independent)

Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer – “Cat-Eyed Willie Claims His Lover”
Tanglewood Tree (2014, Signature Sounds)

Della Mae – “This World Oft Can Be”
This World Oft Can Be (2013, Rounder Records)

Sarah Jarosz – “House of Mercy”
Undercurrent (2016, Sugar Hill Records)

Over the Rhine – “Wildflower Bouquet”
Meet Me At The Edge Of The World (2013, Great Speckled Dog)

Kaia Kater – “Rose on the Mountain”
Sorrow Bound (2015, Kingswood Records)

Billie Joe Armstrong, Norah Jones – “Down In The Willow Garden”
Foreverly (2013, Reprise Records)

Eliza Carthy, Norma Waterson – “Poor Wayfaring Stranger”
Gift (2010, Topic Records)

Monica Heldal – “Boy From The North”
Boy From The North (2013, Warner Music Norway)

Grant-Lee Phillips – “Smoke and Sparks”
The Narrows (2016, Yep Roc Record)

Sam Outlaw – “Ghost Town”
Angeleno (2015, Six Shooter Records)

Chris Stapleton – “Whiskey and You”
Traveller (2015, Mercury Records)

Caitlin Canty – “Get Up”
Reckless Skyline (2015, Independent)

The Honey Dewdrops – “Loneliest Songs”
Tangled Country (2015, Independent)

Elephant Revival – “Sing To The Mountain”
Elephant Revival (2008, Itz Evolving)

Mumford & Sons, Jerry Douglas, Paul Simon – “The Boxer”
Babel, Deluxe Edition (2012)

2 thoughts on “Playlist for Free-Range Folk, February 11

  1. Great show! I’m excited that WSKG is finally producing a show like this! My hometown NPR station (North Country Public Radio) has been producing one for years, but I’m happy I now have a local option. Is there any plan to air this during the day (weekdays) to replace some of the classical music?? Keep up the great work!

    • Mr. Stanley,

      Thanks for your comment! Our programmers are considering expanding folk, but so far I’ve only heard talk of weekends. We’ve had a strong mission commitment to classical music from the day the station signed on in 1975, and we continue to feel it’s a good fit for many listeners. Thanks for listening!

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