Dancefloor Mountain Radio Hour – Episode #11 (Stringband, Hillbilly Boogie, Texas and Cajun Swing, and Primitive American Country)

Don Stover

Hillbilly Extravaganza!  It’s good to be back, and to be back with one of my favorite areas of music.  Early Country, Texas Swing, old time stringband and bluegrass is what we’re playing on this episode.  We’ll take you from Virginia down to Louisiana and over to Texas in this hour, as well as a short stop in Southern California.  So get the grill fired up and enjoy the show.  We’ll be back with another show mid week.

Here are the artists on this episode:

Bill and Mary Reid-Crystal Spring Ramblers-Vern Williams Band-Uncle John Patterson-Rocky Ridge Ramblers-Oscar Ford-Jimmy Murphy-Don Stover-The Skillet Lickers-Stanley Brothers-Harry Choates-Lowe Stokes-Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys-Roy Acuff-Carter Family-Art Rosenbaum-Blue Sky Boys-The New North Carolina Ramblers-Grayson and Whitter-Ola Belle Reed-Doc Watson-Jimmy Skinner-McCormick Brothers-The Tennessee Ramblers-The Red Hots

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About Dancefloor Mountain Radio Hour

“Hey, Check Out This Song!” is the home of "Dancefloor Mountain Radio Hour," hosted by Matt Scherger in Lafayette, Indiana. Tap your feet as he introduces you to songs and artists you never knew existed. If you have any questions, comments, song suggestions, or show details, contact Matt at heycheckoutthissong [at] gmail [dot] com.
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2 Responses to Dancefloor Mountain Radio Hour – Episode #11 (Stringband, Hillbilly Boogie, Texas and Cajun Swing, and Primitive American Country)

  1. Kenny says:

    Crystal Spring Ramblers- I love that era of Texas Swing & Bluegrass. Current bands should add some piano into their tunes!

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