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Love That Country Music February 24

Love That Country Music February 24

Set List:
Chester Charles Carmer – Midnight in Ashford
A.M. Merker – That’s All
Hogslop String Band – Lowborn Man
Jesse Dayne & The Sagebrush Drifters – Western Wonder
Vince Herman – Better Way
Maddie Denton – Within My Heart
Richard Simeonoff – The Letter
Samuel James Taylor – Faith, Hope And Fortune
The Great Divide – I Can Breathe Again
Bo Armstrong – Young Man’s Game
Chasen Wayne – Raccoon Eyes
Olivia Jo – You’ll Always Be My Blue Eyed Darling
Sarah Lee Langford and Will Stewart – Sure Is Something
Zachariah Malachi – Local Bar Opry Star
Emily Gimble – Leaving You with a Worried Mind
Keith Phillips – The Live Oak Tree



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