Episode #31 – Dancefloor Mountain Radio: Fiddle Tunes, Cajun and Hillbilly Songs. We’re Back! Oh Yeah… And a Happy Birthday To Old Man Grosso!

Hey Mountain Heads, it’s good to be back.  Had to take some time off to move into our new house.  The computer was not running the same and it took me (computer illiterate) until now to get these shows back up and running.  I’ve been wanting to get back to recording more episodes, so we’re glad it’s back on.

Great episode this week, centering on hillbilly and cajun fare for the hour.  When it’s hot like this I’m about knee deep in fiddle tunes, and that’s what we got for you.  Giving you a listen to the likes of Roan Mountain Hilltoppers, Cousin Emmy, a young Clarence Ashley and some Cajun no-names, this is a great hour to accompany your weekend grilling and beer intake.

Good lord willing we’ll be back weekly from here on out.  More Dispatches w/ Jacob, The Public Breakfast (talk), and eventually the summer project, Pavement Ends Here…

Next guest on The Public Breakfast:  Chris Johnson, TBA


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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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