Thursday, November 25, 2010

See a bona fide "Bluegrass Pioneer" this Saturday...

Hope everyone has had a fine time with friends and family on this Thanksgiving Day. When you've recovered from all of the eating and dishwashing and what-have-you, here's an opportunity for you to see a real-life Bluegrass Pioneer in concert. Sam Tidwell, a true New England BG character and legendary figure...and one of the recognized "Pioneers of Bluegrass" at the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, performing in eastern CT this Saturday night.

If you get an opportunity, come out and see Sam & Friends at the East Killingly Grange -- located on the corner of Dog Hill Road and Route 101 in East Killingly, CT on Saturday, November 27th. Showtime is 7PM. For GPS users, the address is 801 Hartford Pike, Killingly CT. For more information, call Nick Anderson: (860)564-1018.

Hope to see you there!

Monday, November 22, 2010

"Bluegrass Cafe" Blackout - 11/21/2010

Sometime on Sunday 11/21 around 12:45pm a transformer supplying electrical power to UCONN caught fire and put the core of the campus, including WHUS, in a blackout. The power was not restored until around 11pm, essentially eliminating all programming for the afternoon and evening.

We are sorry we were not able to bring you the usual plate of bluegrass music today, but we expect to be back next Sunday when Amy will get a little time on the air around a sports preemption. Stay tuned for a schedule update.


Sunday, November 14, 2010

"Bluegrass Cafe" playlist - 11/14/2010

For the first time this basketball season, the start of the Bluegrass Cafe was preempted this week. Generally, this will happen a few times between November and the Final Four -- fortunately, our preemption for today didn't last more than 3 minutes. We can only hope that ALL of our preemptions this winter will be that short...but I know that won't be the case. We'll try to alert you in advance of longer preemptions...and keep our fingers crossed that there won't be TOO many...

About 5PM today, we took a few minutes from our "regular" programming and chatted on the phone with fellow BG broadcaster, Carol Beaugard. Carol's been hosting her BG programs at WFDU (Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ) for 25+ years, and was the subject of a feature story in the April 2010 Bluegrass Unlimited magazine. In addition to being a veteran broadcaster, Carol is also a performer and bandleader, and her group known as Carol Beaugard & Blue Express will make their CT debut next Sunday at the Firebox Restaurant in Hartford. If you're so inclined, make sure you visit the Firebox on November 21st to hear Carol's band and their eclectic mix of BG music, and be sure to mention that you heard about the show on the "BG Cafe." If you're interested in hearing Carol's weekly broadcasts, you can do so online by visiting her at or

While we didn't play a whole lot of brand-spanking-new music this week, we still included a few tunes from recordings which have been released over the last couple of months, including music from Ben Greene, Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen, Volume Five, Ashleigh Caudill, Bubba Chandler, and Joe Diffie. There were also a few requests for music from performers like the Johnson Mountain Boys, the Gibson Brothers, the Spinney Brothers, Northern Lights, and Blackstone Valley Bluegrass. All were mighty fine selections, I must say.

November is a great month, as not only does it bring us Thanksgiving, but also the yearly scramble for room reservations for the Joe Val Bluegrass Festival in February. The 2011 edition will be held February 18-20, but the popularity of the festival has caused the rooms at the Sheraton in Framingham, MA to sell out very, very quickly for the last couple of years. In fact, last year, the rooms were sold out just 7 minutes after they went on sale. That's great for BBU, but sort of frightening for folks who are trying to get a room. Yikes! If you plan on participating in the "room scramble" when the reservations can be made on Thursday, November 18th at 7PM, you may wish to make sure all of your "i's" are dotted and your "t's" are crossed now. Here's the list of reservation guidelines published on the Boston Bluegrass Union's website, and good luck to all of us on November 18th...

Make sure you join Jim on the air for next Sunday's Bluegrass Cafe, won't you? And if you don't hear from me again before Thanksgiving...I hope you and yours have a most enjoyable and blessed Thanksgiving Day!



  • Katy Hill / Del McCoury Band / RockyGrass / Blue Planet
  • Radio Boogie / Hot Rize / Radio Boogie / Flying Fish
  • Thinking About You / Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs / Selected Sides, 1948-1952 / JSP Records
  • My Blue Tears / Gloria Belle / Love Of The Mountains / Webco
  • I Wouldn't Change You If I Could / Reno & Smiley / Bluegrass, 1963 / Rural Rhythm
  • The Silver Bugle / Charlie Sizemore Band / Good News / Rounder
  • Mountain High, Feeling Low / Ben Greene with Lorraine Jordan / Bluegrass Sideman / Blue Circle Records
  • Together Again / Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen / At Edwards Barn / Rounder
  • Are You Missing Me / Jim & Jesse / Jim & Jesse, 1952-1955 / Bear Family
  • Black Eyed Susie / Johnson Mountain Boys / Requests / Rounder
  • Walking With Joanna / Gibson Brothers / Red Letter Day / Sugar Hill
  • Baptism Of Jesse Taylor / Volume Five / Down In A Cell / Mountain Fever Records
  • Blow Out The Candle, Laura / Linda Lay & Sammy Shelor / Taking The Crooked Road Home / Virginia FolkLife
  • Born To Be With You / Blackstone Valley Bluegrass / Debut / Appleland Records
  • Monroebilia / Nashville Bluegrass Band / Nashville Bluegrass Band / Rounder
  • Long Way Down / Gibson Brothers / Iron & Diamonds / Sugar Hill
  • Tennessee Backroads / Mark "Brink" Brinkman / On The Brink Of A Dream / Self-Produced
  • Row By Row / Ashleigh Caudill / Fruit Of The Vine / Self-Produced
  • Conversation with Carol Beaugard
  • Leavin' Tennessee / Van Manakas & Butch Baldassari / Leavin' Tennessee / SoundArt Recordings
  • Love's Gonna Live Here / The Chapmans with Rhonda Vincent / Grown Up (A Revisionist History) / Compass Records
  • Weather's Got To Change / Rich In Tradition / Black Mountain Special / Mountain Roads Recordings
  • (Get Along Home) Cindy / Kathy Kallick Band / Between The Hollow And High Rise / Live Oak Records
  • The Rabbit Song / Bubba Chandler / Somebody To Sing To / Mountain Fever Records
  • Spin On A Red Brick Floor / Nu-Blu / Nights / Self-Produced
  • Loggin' Man / Del McCoury / By Request / McCoury Music
  • Working Hard Ain't Hardly Working Anymore / Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice / Heartaches And Dreams / Rebel
  • Miss Molly / Northern Lights / One Day / Fifty Fifty Music
  • Maple On The Hill / Lost & Found / Down On Sawmill Road / Rebel
  • Rainin' On Her Rubber Dolly / Joe Diffie with the Grascals / Homecoming / Rounder
  • Goin' To The Dance / Chris Warner with Tom Adams / Goin' To The Dance / Patuxent Music
  • Georgia Stomp(music bed) / Johnson Mountain Boys / Favorites / Rounder
  • Sugarloaf Mountain Special (music bed) / Johnson Mountain Boys / Favorites / Rounder
  • Johnson Mountain Chimes (music bed) / Johnson Mountain Boys / The Walls Of Time / Rounder
  • Sweetest Love / Seldom Scene / SCENEchronized / Sugar Hill
  • Weathered Grey Stone / Longview / Deep In The Mountains / Rounder
  • I Went Back Home Today / The Boxcars / The Boxcars / Mountain Home
  • Ole Slew Foot / Wayne Taylor & Appaloosa / Out In The Middle Of Nowhere / Self-Produced
  • Why Ask Why? / Steve Gulley & Tim Stafford / Dogwood Winter / Rural Rhythm
  • Skip Hop Wobble / Patrick McAvinue with Audie Blaylock / Rutland's Reel / Patuxent Music
  • Better Get In That Number / Spinney Brothers / Here At The Cross / Self-Produced
  • Five Flat Rocks / Billy Boone Smith / Five Flat Rocks / Muddy Sunshine
  • The Other Side / Balsam Range / Trains I Missed / Mountain Home
  • Pray The Clouds Away / Crowe, Williams, Lawson / Old Friends Get Together / Mountain Home
  • Beautiful Hall / Jeff Parker / Look To The Light: Songs Of Faith From The Pen Of Rick Lang / Rural Rhythm Christian
  • One Prayer Away / Don Rigsby & Midnight Call / The Voice Of God / Rebel
  • It's Just Like Heaven / Bill Yates & Friends / Country Gentlemen Tribute, Volume II / Mastershield Records
  • Meet Him In The Clouds / Bear Minimum / Live At The Finnish Hall / no label
  • John 3:16 / Stanley Brothers / Best Of The Best / Federal
  • Black Mountain Blues / Johnson Mountain Boys / Requests / Rounder

Sunday, November 07, 2010

"Bluegrass Cafe" Playlist - 11/7/2010

Hi Folks,

We set the clocks back Sunday morning (fall back!) and opened Bluegrass Cafe with Grandpa Jones performing Grandfather's Clock to help remind us. We'll let Grandpa pontificate about Daylight Savings Time next spring.

Because of a fill-in, we were able to bring four hours of bluegrass to our listeners on this day, and we took advantage of the ex
tra hour to add more new music and explore some bluegrass roots.

We also recognized the upcoming Veterans' Day by injecting bluegrass songs throughout the show that might have a veteran's experience in mind.

New music included tracks from Blue Moon Risi
ng, Charlie Sizemore, Big Country Bluegrass, The Boxcars, Balsam Range, Volume Five, Joe Diffie, Ashleigh Caudill, The Bartley Brothers, Rhonda Vincent, The Bluegrass Brothers, Wayne Taylor and Appaloosa, The All Star Jam at Graves Mountain, and Lou Reid and Carolina.

We also payed tribute to Don Stover who passed away November 11, 1996, by playing a couple
of tracks from his masterpiece "Things In Life" album.

Special thanks go to Rural Rhythm for providing a free song download to WHUS listeners from their new Blue Moon Rising release.

Download your free song from Blue Moon Rising by going to or click here, select "Redeem your free download - Find your radio station - Click here" then select "Click Here" next to Jim Beaver - WHUS. The password for WHUS listeners is 91700 (our frequency idenifier plus two zeros).

Amy will be with you next Sunday making the banjos and fiddles ring, so tune in from 4pm to 7pm ET for the Best in Bluegrass.

Jim Beaver

Song / Artist / Album / Label

  • Grandfather's Clock / Grandpa Jones / An American Original / CMH
  • Worried Man Blues / Tommy Brown & The County Line Grass / Hard Drivin' / Lavenir
  • No Vacancy / Bob Paisley & The Southern Grass / No Vacancy / Brandywine
  • Margie / Bob Paisley & The Southern Grass / Live In Holland / Strictly Country
  • Rockwood Deer Chase / Don Stover / Things In Life / Rounder
  • Things In Life / Don Stover / Things In Life / Rounder
  • Tomorrow I'll Be Gone / The Johnson Mountain Boys / Working Close / Rounder
  • Time To Be Movin' On / Blue Moon Rising / Strange New World / Rural Rhythm
  • Down Where The River Bends / Ralph Stanley with Dwight Yoakam / Saturday Night, Sunday Morning / CR Freeland
  • No Letter In The Mail / The Foot Hill Boys / Bluegrass In The Carolina Mountains / County
  • Damn Yankee Lad / The Osborne Brothers / When The Roses Bloom In Dixieland / Pinecastle
  • No Lawyers In Heaven / Charlie Sizemore / Rounder 2010 IBMA Sampler / Rounder
  • The Gold Rush / Tim Smith / Straight From The Heart / TRS Records
  • Black Mountain Special / Rich In Tradition / Black Mountain Special / Mountain Roads
  • I'm Coming Back (But I Don't Know When) / The Country Gentlemen / Folk Songs and Bluegrass / Smithsonian Folkways
  • Yesterday I Didn't Know / Big Country Bluegrass / The Boys In Hats And Ties / Rebel
  • Old Henry Hill / The Boxcars / The Boxcars / Mountain Home
  • Till They Came Home / Rhonda Vincent / All American Bluegrass Girl / Rounder
  • Somehow Tonight / Joe Diffie / Homecoming / Rounder
  • Like A Stone / Volume Five / Down In A Cell / Mountain Fever
  • Cold & Lonesome / The Earl Brothers / The Earl Brothers / Big Hen Music
  • The Forgotten Soldier Boy / The Monroe Brothers / Blue Moon Of Kentucky / Bear Family
  • Swampgrass / Larry Gillis / Swampgrass / Tinman
  • 20:20 Vision / Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys / Big Jam Session / Old Homestead
  • Long Hard Life / The Bartley Brothers / Hit The Road / Rural Rhythm
  • Jimmy's Mule / Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys / Big Jam Session / Old Homestead
  • The Rabbit Song / Lost & Found / Down On Sawmill / Road Rebel
  • Ragin' Live For You Tonight / Rhonda Vincent / Taken / Upper Management
  • True Life Blues / Bill Monroe with Carl Story / Bill Monroe and Stars of The Bluegrass Hall Of Fame / Raven
  • Hard Luck Joe / Blue Moon Rising / Strange New World / Rural Rhythm
  • Far Away From Home / Blue Moon Rising / On The Rise / Lonesome Day
  • The Family Demon / Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band / Legacy / Compass
  • Trains I Missed / Balsam Range / Trains I Missed / Mountain Home
  • The Old Rugged Cross / Cody Shuler & Pine Mountain Railroad / Pickin', Praisin' & Singin' / Rural Rhythm
  • Who Showed Who / Dan Tyminski / Wheels / Rounder
  • Caroline / The Bluegrass Brothers / So Long / Self-released
  • Kentucky Borderline / Rhonda Vincent / Bluegrass Number One Hits / Rounder
  • Two Medals / Summertown Road / Summertown Road / Rounder
  • Rotation Blues / Bill Monroe / Blue Grass 1950-1958 / Bear Family
  • Toil & Shame / Ashleigh Caudill / Fruit Of The Vine / Self-released
  • Southern Rail Road Line / Wayne Taylor and Appaloosa / Out In The Middle Of Nowhere / Self-released
  • There Goes The Neighborhood / Rodney Dillard & The Dillard Band / I Wish Life Was Like Mayberry / Rural Rhythm
  • The Crooked Road / Paula Dellenback / The Crooked Road / Self-released
  • Hold Whatcha Got / Lonesome River Band with Audie Blaylock / The All Star Jam-Live at Graves Mountain / Rural Rhythm
  • Goin' To The Races / Old & In The Way / Breakdown / Acoustic Disc
  • Saints Go Marching In / The Lilly Brothers & Don Stover / Bluegrass At The Roots 1961 / Smithsonian Folkways
  • Lady Of Tradition / Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road / Carolina Hurricane / Rural Rhythm
  • Mountain Girl / Grass Routes / Something New / Self-released
  • Hit The Road / The Bartley Brothers / Hit The Road / Rural Rhythm
  • Oasis / Rob Ikes / Southern Filibuster: A Tribute To Tut Taylor / E1
  • Remington Ride (bed) / Fred Etheridge / Pickin' And Singin' / Self-released
  • Yellow Roses (bed) / Fred Etheridge / Pickin' And Singin' / Self-released
  • If You're Ever Gonna Love Me / LeRoy Mack & Friends / LeRoy Mack & Friends / Rebel
  • Goodbye To The Blues / The Johnson Mountain Boys / Let The Whole World Talk / Rounder
  • Liberty / The Dillards / Live! Almost! / Elekra
  • Leavin' And Sayin' Goodbye / Darren Beachley and Legends of the Potomac / Take Off / Patuxent
  • Corn / Darin & Brooke Aldridge / Darin & Brooke Aldridge / Mountain Home
  • Drink Up And Go Home / Audie Blaylock and Redline / Cryin' Heart Blues / Rural Rhythm
  • Last Song / Josh Williams / Down Home / Rounder
  • Sailing On / Russell Moore & Dale Ann Bradley / Look To The Light / Rural Rhythm
  • Sunshine In The Shadows / The Gillis Brothers / Best of The Gillis Brothers / Hay Holler
  • Lord Have Mercy (On My Soul) / Lou Reid & Carolina / Sounds Like Heaven To Me / Rural Rhythm
  • Weeds In The Wheat / Front Range / One Beautiful Day / Sugar Hill
  • Old Country Chuch / Ginger Boatwright / Inside The Gate / Self-released
  • Wait A Little Longer / Lewis Family / Born Of The Spirit / Starday
  • Shouting In The Air / The Johnson Mountain Boys / Let The Whole World Talk / Rounder
  • Wrapped in the Arms of Jesus / Statement / Around The Corner / Mountain Fever
  • The Gospel Way / Kristin Scott Benson / Second Season / Pinecastle
  • I Am Unworthy / Brink Brinkman / On The Brink Of A Dream / Brinksongs
  • Goodbye / Crowe-Lawson-Williams / Old Friends Together / Mountain Home
  • Walking In A Dream / Fred Etheridge / Pickin' And Singin' / Self-released

Hot Rize -- it's comforting to know some things don't change...

You may have heard and/or read about the big Hot Rize reunion tour that took place this past week. Beginning October 28th and ending today, original Hot Rize members, Pete Wernick, Nick Forster, and Tim O'Brien, along with Bryan Sutton on the guitar (to take the place of the late Charles Sawtelle, who died in 1999) have played to audiences in 9 states from coast to coast. Their stop on Wednesday, November 3rd was at the National Heritage Museum in Lexington, MA. When the sponsors of the show, the Boston Bluegrass Union, announced this event as the kickoff for their Fall/Winter concert season back in August, there was a lot of buzz. After all, Hot Rize just doesn't play on a regular basis anymore, and they probably haven't played in New England at all since they were a full-time traveling band. Needless to say, this BBU-sponsored show sold out several weeks ago, and the New England Bluegrass listserv has been buzzing with inquiries from folks looking for tickets.

As Hot Rize became my favorite working BG band after the breakup of the Johnson Mountain Boys in 1988, I was sort of excited about seeing this reunion tour. And I'm happy to report that I was not disappointed by what I saw and heard on Wednesday night. All of these guys have been busy doing lots of music-related things since the 1990 breakup, so it would be easy to believe that the act now would be sort of rocky with plenty of cobwebs. That didn't really prove to be true, though.

Will there be more Hot Rize reunion tours? Maybe. There's even a possibility that a new Hot Rize CD will be on the market in 2011, as the band has recorded two new tunes which can be heard on their website.

And, of course, Red Knuckles & the Trailblazers made an appearance in Lexington, too, and I think they may have received an even bigger response from the audience. Does anyone not like Red & the Trailblazers? If so, I've not met that person yet...

Hot Rize won the very first Entertainer of the Year award from IBMA in 1990, and it seems that 20 years later, these guys are still extremely entertaining. It's great to know that in a world where everything changes by the second, it seems, some things just have not changed. Hooray!

BTW, there are some great shows in the BBU schedule for Fall/Winter. Check out this fabulous schedule:

  • Saturday, December 4th -- Seldom Scene with Tony Watt & Southeast Expressway
  • Saturday, January 15th -- The Gibson Brothers with the Spinney Brothers
  • February 18-20 -- Joe Val Bluegrass Festival
  • Saturday, April 16th -- Dailey & Vincent
More info on the concerts can be found here.

Monday, November 01, 2010

"Bluegrass Cafe" playlist - 10/31/2010

With Sunday's show falling right on Halloween, it seemed like the proverbial "no-brainer" to populate a good portion of the playlist with tunes that featured ghosts, murders, or other strange phenomena. I wasn't willing to include only those types of tunes, though, so we sprinkled in these Halloween "treats" throughout the program.

In addition to the Halloween tunes, we had plenty of new (or newer) BG music to play. This new music comes to us from several different performers, including the Boxcars, a band called No One You Know, Ashlee Blankenship & Blades of Blue, Blue Moon Rising, the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band, the Hagar's Mountain Boys, the Bartley Brothers, the SteelDrivers, Blue Moon Rising, Balsam Range, Big Country Bluegrass, and the Wilson Family Band. There is also new music from Country Music Hall of Famer, Charlie Louvin, and another performer who had roots in BG, went on to a very successful career in country music, and has now returned to BG music. This performer's name: Joe Diffie, and his "Homecoming" CD has recently been released on Rounder Records.

Be sure to join Jim on the ol' radio this coming Sunday as he presents three more hours of top-notch Bluegrass music beginning at 4PM. And don't forget that WHUS now offers a one-hour BG program on Monday afternoons -- "Bluegrass Rules" is hosted by James & Cathy Ward and airs from 3-4PM.



  • Katy Hill / Del McCoury Band / RockyGrass / Blue Planet
  • The Ballad Of Sarah Malone / David Davis & the Warrior River Boys / Troubled Times / Rebel
  • The Silver Ghost / David Parmley / Southern Heritage / Rebel
  • Devil On The Stump / Straight Drive / I'll Take A Page From Your Book / Cabinwood Music
  • In The Pines / Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys / The King And The Father / MME
  • Brown Mountain Light / The Hillmen / The Hillmen / Sugar Hill
  • Carolina's Arms / Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out / Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out / Rural Rhythm
  • Big City / No One You Know / Calm Before The Storm / Mountain Fever Records
  • Three Finger Hop / Don Reno / Sweethearts In Heaven / Bear Family
  • Eight More Miles / Laurie Lewis, Claire Lynch, Lynn Morris, Rhonda Vincent / O Sister / Rounder
  • The Ghost Of Norma Jean / Steep Canyon Rangers / One Dime At A Time / Rebel
  • I Could Change My Mind / Boxcars / The Boxcars / Mountain Home
  • Long Black Veil / Hazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard / Pioneering Women Of Bluegrass / Rounder
  • Carolina Mountain Home / Johnson Mountain Boys / The Johnson Mountain Boys / Rounder
  • We'll Meet Again Sweetheart / Curly Seckler with Mac Wiseman / 60 Years Of Bluegrass With My Friends / Vine Street Records
  • Clinch Mountain Mystery / Larry Stephenson / Clinch Mountain Mystery / Pinecastle
  • Don't Act / Rhonda Vincent / All American Bluegrass Girl / Rounder
  • Time To Be Movin' On / Blue Moon Rising / Strange New World / Rural Rhythm
  • Once More / Audie Blaylock & Redline with Russell Moore & Lou Reid / The All-Star Jam--Live At Graves Mountain / Rural Rhythm
  • Whoa Mule / Tennessee Mafia Jug Band / Poor Leroy's Almanack / Self-Produced
  • Deep River / Ashlee Blankenship & Blades Of Blue / Current Singles CD Sampler / Mountain Fever Records
  • Loneliness Moved In / Bartley Brothers / Hit The Road / Rural Rhythm
  • Where's The Lonesome / Hagar's Mountain Boys / Current Singles CD Sampler / Mountain Fever Records
  • Weapon Of Prayer / Charlie Louvin with Del McCoury / The Battles Rage On / True North Records
  • Somehow Tonight / Joe Diffie / Homecoming / Rounder
  • Line Drive / Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen / Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen / Self-Produced
  • Out In The Middle Of Nowhere / Wayne Taylor & Appaloosa / Out In The Middle Of Nowhere / Self-Produced
  • The Nights Are So Long / Johnson Mountain Boys / The Walls Of Time / Rounder
  • Eli Renfro / Del McCoury & the Dixie Pals / Classic Bluegrass / Rebel
  • Polly Vaughn / The Dillards / Pickin' & Fiddlin'/Back Porch Bluegrass / Collectors' Choice Music
  • The Reckless Side Of Me / The SteelDrivers / Reckless / Rounder
  • Night Train To Memphis / Bristol Boys / All Aboard With The Bristol Boys / Self-Produced
  • I'm Gonna Try / Spinney Brothers / Side By Side / Self-Produced
  • Snowbird / Missy Werner / Drifting And Dreaming / Self-Produced
  • Remembering / David Peterson / Comin' On Strong / Self-Produced
  • Those Gone And Left Me Blues / Patuxent Partners / Seven Or Eleven / Patuxuent Music
  • Memory Of You / Balsam Range / Trains I Missed / Mountain Home
  • Footsteps So Near / Hot Rize / Traditional Ties / Sugar Hill
  • Johnson Mountain Chimes / Jessie Baker / Yessir! / Patuxent Music
  • Bringing Mary Home / Country Gentlemen / The Early Rebel Recordings / Rebel
  • I'm Gonna Walk The Streets Of Gold / Big Country Bluegrass / The Boys In Hats And Ties / Rebel
  • Land Up In The Air / Special Consensus / 35 / Compass Records
  • I'll Live Again / Baucom, Bibey, Graham & Haley / Baucom, Bibey, Graham & Haley / Sugar Hill
  • Joy Bells / Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs / Father's Table Grace / MME
  • Old Daniel Prayed / Stanley Brothers / All Gospel, All Bluegrass / Sugar Hill
  • Lord, Lift Me Up / Bluegrass Patriots / E Pluribus Bluegrass / Red Feather
  • Keep Walking / Wilson Family Band / Chasing Faith / Self-Produced
  • Preachin', Prayin', Singin' / Rich In Tradition / Black Mountain Special / Mountain Roads Recordings
  • Sinner You'd Better Get Ready / Louvin Brothers / Songs That Tell A Story / Rounder
  • Black Mountain Blues / Johnson Mountain Boys / Requests / Rounder