First broadcast October 9, 2015

We’re Rockin’ Tonight

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

After an opening set of new releases from three marvellous female fiddlers, this night is devoted to covers of songs recorded by other artists, many of them from the world of rock music. If you can’t figure out the cover, drop us a note at winters@wshu.org

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Jenna Moynihan, “Haven”, Woven, Independent

  • Haley Richardson, “Porthole Of The Kelp/Finbar Dwyer’s/The Brocca/Grow Your Own Music”, Heart On A,

  • String, Independent, ,

  • Mari Black, “Taking Flight”, Flight, Independent

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  • David Grisman/John Hartford/Mike Seeger, “Hound Dawg”, Retrograss, Acoustic Disc

  • Greg Brown & Bill Morrissey, “Memphis Tennessee”, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, Friend Of

  • Mine, Philo, ,

  • Norma Waterson, “Black Muddy River”, Norma Waterson, Hannibal

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  • Charles River Valley Boys, “I’ve Just Seen A Face”, “Norwegian Wood”, Beatle Country, Rounder/Elektra

  • John Hartford, “Little Piece Of My Heart”, “No Expectations”, Gum Tree Canoe, Flying Fish

  • Del McCoury Band, “Love Is A Long Road”, Cold Hard Facts, Rounder

  • Del McCoury Band, “1952 Vincent Black Lightning”, Del & The Boys, Ceili Music

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  • DeDannan, “Hibernian Rhapsody”, Hibernian Rhapsody, Shanachie

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  • Colcannon, “Find The Cost Of Freedom”, Journeys…, Greentrax Records

  • Amy Soucy, “Comes A Time”, This River, Independent

  • The Box Car Lilies, “Old Man”, Heartwood, Independent

  • Red June, “Comes A Time”, Remember Me Well, Independent

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  • Eric Garrison, “Walk Away Rene”, Live In WSHU’s Studio A, Paul Litwinovich Recording

  • Dave Crossland, “Daydream Believer”, “Kansas”, Another Country, Folk Era Records

  • Dulcie Taylor, “My World Is Empty Without You”, Wind Over Stone, Mesa/Blue Moon Records

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  • Ed Gerhard, “Imagine/Across The Universe”, There And Gone, Virtue