Bluegrass Ramblings Favoriting : Playlist from January 21, 2024

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Ben Vallée

The only radio show in Montréal that plays traditional folk music that hails predominantly from the Appalachian region of the United States. The program covers all types of bluegrass music, ranging from new releases by new artists to classics going back to the 1930s and 40s by the founders of the genre.

Every Sunday 7 - 8pm (EDT)

Favoriting January 21, 2024: Dara Weiss hosts with Montréal banjo player Cédric Boivin! It's gonna be a good one!

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Program image Favoriting
(✓ = new, ㏄ = CanCon)

Artist Track Album
Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper  Jerusalem Ridge   Favoriting Bill Monroe Centennial Celebration: A Classic Bluegrass Tribute Disc 2     
Sami Braman  Weevils In The Grits   Favoriting Riveter     
John Gallagher and Scott Prouty  Moonshiner   Favoriting No Corn On Tygart     
Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys  Kate Cline   Favoriting All The Classic Releases1937-1949 (Disc 2)     
The Stanley Brothers  Shackles and Chains (Remastered)   Favoriting 100 (100 Original Tracks Remastered)     
Hazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard  Tiny Broken Heart   Favoriting Classic Bluegrass From Smithsonian Folkways     
Flatt and Scuggs  Down The Road   Favoriting Complete Mercury Sessions     
The Del McCoury Band  Black Jack County Chains   Favoriting By Request     
Ralph Stanley & Patty Loveless  Pretty Polly   Favoriting Clinch Mountain Country 1     
Chattanooga Dogs  Chattanooga Dogs   Favoriting Chattanooga Dogs     
Johnson Mountain Boys  Georgia Stomp   Favoriting Favorites     
Alison Krauss and Union Station  I’ll Remember You Love In My Prayers   Favoriting So long so wrong     
The Lonesome Ace Stringband  I Never Will Marry   Favoriting Modern Old-Time Sounds For The Bluegrass & Folksong Jamboree     
The Barrel Boys  Pile O’ Laundry   Favoriting Mainline     
Happy Trails Prospector  Old Black Choo Choo   Favoriting The good, the bad and the dreadful     

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