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Weekend Music Feature: Dire Straits “Walk of Life” Live in London

What makes this version of the song uniquely different is the prominently featured pedal steel guitar and the amazing energy from the crowd. Country Music fans who are sick of the pop / hip-hop themed “Bro-Country” that is polluting the air waves these days will particularly enjoy this performance.

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‘In America’ : A Special Independence Day Weekend Music Feature

This country was founded upon God and Guns , “and if the Russians don’t believe that they can all go straight to hell” and to many in nationalist circles I give you this advice , go ahead and praise Putin and Russian if you like, but if this is your choice, you can go straight to hell too!

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Blackberry Smoke: This week’s ‘Weekend Music Feature’

Mixing elements of gospel, bluegrass, arena rock, soul and more than a touch of outlaw country, Blackberry Smoke has earned a passionate fanbase that continues to grow as the band itself evolves. The band is as blue collar as the bandanas its members wear.

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Weekend Music Feature: Kid Rock ‘Redneck Paradise’

It’s a special Weekend Music Feature. This week we wish Kid Rock a Happy 43’rd Birthday; And how else would we do it in the Ozarks beside playing one of our favorite Kid Rock Country songs. How about a little ‘Redneck Paradise’ featuring Hank Williams Jr to celebrate?

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Weekend Music Feature: Dave Rawlings Machine ‘ Going to California ‘ (Featuring John Paul Jones)

Our first Weekend Music Feature of 2014… wow how time flies. This week’s Weekend Music Feature is the Dave Rawlings Machine doing a cover of Led Zepellin’s ‘Going to California’

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Weekend Music Feature: Gary Allan ‘ It ain’t the Whiskey’

Gary Allan’s Set You Free is a perfectly named, well-conceived album that embodies his own evolution toward personal, creative freedom. The album, sequenced with a storyline in which a man breaks the restraints of a failed relationship and conquers the loneliness of its aftermath, is the result of Allan’s own journey as a man and as an artist

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Weekend Music Feature: Tab Benoit ‘ New Orleans Ladies’

Playing guitar alongside Thomas, Raful Neal, Henry Gray and other high-profile regulars at the club, Benoit learned the blues first-hand from a faculty of living blues legends.

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Weekend Music Feature: Darrell Scott ‘River take Me’

This week’s Music Feature is Darrell Scott, an Americana Music icon. Here he performs ‘River take Me” on the Jammin’ at Hippie Jack’s television series. Recorded at the Tennessee State Museum with help from percussionist Kenny Malone. We hope you enjoy-Editor Artist info: http://www.darrellscott.com/index.php

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Weekend Music Feature: Corey Smith “Twenty-One”

Smith’s first album, “Undertones”, contains one of his most requested songs, titled “Twenty One.”[

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Weekend Music Feature: City and Colour

There’s a calm, dulcet tone to the songs, the melodies crafted to provide restlessness amidst a sonically complex journey that both soothes and rustles. The record’s first leaked track, “Of Space and Time,” showcases Green’s voice as it dangles in his own special kind of falsetto, set to a chugging drumbeat and subtle strum. “I’m roaming through the hills all alone,”

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