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Some of our Favorite Tunes


(played in old-time Appalachian style)

Soldier's Joy, Liberty, Whiskey Before Breakfast, Step Around Johnny, Arkansas Traveler, The Girl I Left Behind Me, Bile Dem Cabbage Down, Redwing, Mississippi Sawyer, Big Sciota, Ragtime Annie, Camp Meeting on Fourth of July, Battle of New Orleans, John Ryan's Polka, St. Ann's Reel, Old Joe Clark, Golden Slippers, Year of Jubilation,Tennessee Waltz, Yellow Rose of Texas, and many more.


(Americana, a mix of styles and genres, usually sung in three-part harmony)

Dream Lover, Then He Kissed Me, Do You Wanna Dance, Truck Driving Man, The Old Home, Teach Your Children Well, MTA, Fiddle and the Banjo, She's in Love With a Rodeo Man, Craw Dad Hole, I've Endured, John Hardy, Red Clay Halo, Down By the Riverside, This Land is Your Land, You are My Sunshine, Under the Boardwalk, Catfish John, Rabbit in the Log, Paradise, Wagon Wheel, Country Roads, Green, Green Grass of Home, Sloop John B, Send the Light, Somebody Touched Me, I Will Not be Moved, Gone at Last, Last Train From Poor Valley, Rally Round the Flag, Listen to the Rhythm of the Falling Rain, Pat Works on the Railway, I'm a Believer, etc.


Our Fiddle Tunes are played in an Appalachian, pre-Bluegrass style with a guitar, fiddle, bass fiddle, banjo, and mandolin ensemble. Our Vocal Tunes draw on a mix of folk music and folk-flavored country songs, 1960s pop music, gospel, and some Bluegrass- flavored tunes. The tunes listed here comprise a partial list of our catalog.

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Aug, 2016