Bluegrass Ramblings Favoriting : Playlist from May 5, 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 May 5, 2024: Dara hosts the show live tonight! Thanks for tuning in!

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Artist Track Album
Bryan Sutton  Billy In the Lowground   Favoriting Not Too Far from the Tree     
Square Peg Rounders  Arkansas Traveller   Favoriting Galax, Nyc     
Hot Biscuit Stringband  Sinking in The Lonesome Sea   Favoriting No Gravy     
Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys  In Despair   Favoriting Bill Monroe CD D: 1957-1958     
The Stanley Brothers  Love Me Darling, Just Tonight (Remastered)   Favoriting 100 (100 Original Tracks Remastered)     
Dave Evans & River Bend  Dark As The Night, Blue As The Day   Favoriting The Best of the Vetco Years     
The Del McCoury Band  I'm Lonesome I'm Blue   Favoriting Old Memories - The Songs of Bill Monroe     
Doc Watson  Fill My Way With Love   Favoriting Every Time I Feel the Spirit - Best of Sugar Hill Gospel, Vol. 1     
Hot Rize  Nellie Kane   Favoriting Hot Rize     
Bluegrass Diamonds  Je me souviens   Favoriting Un rêve réalisé     
Rhonda Vincent  Drivin Nails In My Coffin   Favoriting The Storm Still Rages     
The Earl Brothers  Hard Times Down The Road   Favoriting Outlaw Hillbilly     
Ricky Skaggs  On A Lonesome Night   Favoriting Live at the Charleston Music Hall     
Andrew Collins and Marc Roy  This One's For Harvey   Favoriting Likewise     
Claire Lynch  My Florida Sunshine   Favoriting Bill Monroe Centennial Celebration: A Classic Bluegrass Tribute Disc 1     

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