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Songs Of Snow And Light

Jen Hitt, host of Capital Americana on Bluegrass County, presents an hour of acoustic-focused seasonal musical celebration featuring songs of snow and light from a variety of musical disciplines.

  • Schmidt, Danny
    Two Guitars, Man of Many Moons
  • Welch, Gillian
    The Way It Will Be , The Harrow & The Harvest
  • Mandolin Orange
    Big Men In The Sky , Hard Hearted Stranger
  • Driftwood Fire
    The Salty Sea , How to Untangle a Heartache
  • Frontier Ruckus
    I Do Need Saving , Deadmalls & Nightfalls
  • Milk Carton Kids
    No Hammer To Hold , Prologue
  • Andreassen, Kristin
    Like The Snow , Kill Me Hello
  • Earle, Justin Townes
    Biscuits , Daytrotter Studio 09-08-2008
  • The Deadly Gentlemen
    Police , Carry Me to Home
  • Pikelny, Noam
    Fish and Bird (with Aoife O’Donovan), Beat the Devi and Carry a Rail
  • Moss, David
    Siren Song , Bag of Bones
  • Secret Sisters
    Tennessee Me , The Secret Sisters
  • Apache Relay, The
    I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus , Christmas Single
  • Washburn, Abigail
    Chains , City of Refuge
  • Morrison, Cahalen & Eli West
    My Lover, Adorned , The Holy Coming of the Storm

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