Song(s) Of The Day


#802

Yeah she’s fantastic. Have to add her to my morning coffee YouTube in bed list.


#803

#804

This guy is quietly enormous. I’ve talked to so many people who are into bluegrass now because of him.


#805

Really loved this.


#806

I found this one a long while ago from the movie Drinking Buddies (highly recommended):


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#810

Father John Misty - One of Us Cannot Be Wrong (Leonard Cohn cover)


#811

Jason Isbell and Amanda Shire: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CCMkN8aJoKH/?igshid=1eafgqpn15rkx


#812

A belated happy Fourth.


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#815

Ha.

That is about as lame as the original.


#816

Hey, fuck you man! I thought it was funny. :slight_smile:
smoochies


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#821

Another one.

107 years ago today, Mother Jones was the guest speaker at a rally held on a farm just outside of Indianapolis. She was 84 years old and had just been released from prison in Charleston, West Virginia, where she served a three month sentence for “agitating.” The Indiana farm where she gave her speech is now an all but abandoned strip mall on the east side of Indianapolis. I first learned about this a few years ago, and thought to myself, I should go over there some day and play some songs in her honor. Well, today was the day. I got up early and recorded this session in the spot where Mother Jones spoke to 1,500 Hoosiers, back in 1913. I guess we all celebrate the 4th of July in our own way.

My buddy, Todd Fox helped me film this. At this point, he probably deserves a medal, or something. It was way too early to sing, but at least I wasn’t in jail for agitating.

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