Old Crow Medicine Show Lyrics

Old Crow Medicine Show Lyrics

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From the Album Remedy (2014) (buy at amazon.com)
2015 Grammy Award for Best Folk Album

From the Album Carry Me Back (2012) (buy at amazon.com)
Carry Me Back
Carry Me Back
We Don't Grow Tobacco
Bootlegger's Boy
Ain't It Enough
Mississippi Saturday Night
Country Gal
Half Mile Down
Sewanee Mountain Catfight
Ways Of Man

From the Album Tennessee Pusher (2008) (buy at amazon.com)
Tennessee Pusher
Alabama High Test
Highway Halo
The Greatest Hustler Of All
Next Go 'Round
Motel In Memphis
That Evening Sun
Mary's Kitchen
Crazy Eyes
Tennessee Pusher
Lift Him Up

From the Album Big Iron World (2006) (buy at amazon.com)
Big Iron World
Down Home Girl
Cocaine Habit
Minglewood Blues
My Good Gal
James River Blues
New Virginia Creeper
Union Maid
Let It Alone
God's Got It
I Hear Them All
Don't Ride That Horse
Bobcat Tracks

From the Album Down Home Girl (2006) (buy at amazon.com)
Down Home Girl
Down Home Girl
James River Blues
Fall On My Knees

From the Album O.C.M.S. (2004) (buy at amazon.com)
Tell It To Me
Big Time In The Jungle
Poor Man
Tear It Down
Hard To Love
CC Rider
Trials and Troubles
Hard To Tell
Take 'em Away
We're All In This Together
Wagon Wheel

From the Album Eutaw (2001) (buy at amazon.com)

Raise A Ruckus
Tear It Down
Hesitation Blues
Lonesome Road Blues
That'll Be A Better Day
Boll Weevil
Cocaine Habit
The Silver Dagger
Trouble That I'm In
Goodbye Booze
Shack #9

Old Crow Medicine Show Info:

Old Crow Medicine Show is an Americana string band based in Nashville, Tennessee. Their music has been called old-time, bluegrass, folk, and alt-country. Along with original songs, the band performs many pre-World War II blues and folk songs. Recording since 1998, they were discovered by famed bluegrass musician Doc Watson while busking outside a pharmacy in Boone, North Carolina in 2000. -Wikipedia

Harrisonburg, Virginia

Old-time, bluegrass, folk, alternative country, Americana

Years active:

Associated acts:
Justin Townes Earle
Mumford & Sons

Critter Fuqua –
banjo, resonator guitar, guitar, accordion, vocals

Kevin Hayes –
guitjo, vocals

Morgan Jahnig –
stand-up bass, vocals

Gill Landry –
banjo, resonator guitar, guitar, vocals

Chance McCoy –
fiddle, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vocals

Ketch Secor –
fiddle, harmonica, banjo, guitar, bajo sexto, vocals

Cory Younts -
mandolin, drums, percussion, harmonica, vocals

Past Members:
Ben Gould – stand-up bass
Matt Kinman – bones, mandolin, vocals
Willie Watson – guitar, banjo, fiddle, harmonica, vocals

Did You Know:
• They were formally inducted into the Grand Ole Opry at a special ceremony at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on September 17, 2013

Old Crow Medicine Show Quotes:
"I listened to Bob Dylan and nothing else. Nothin' but Bob for four years. It was like schooling. Every album and every outtake of every album and every live record I could get my hands on and every show I could go see live. I was a teenager who was really turned on to Bob."
-Ketch Secor

"Ithaca and that surrounding area was a big influence on us. We wouldn't be here without a lot of the people we met there, like Richie Stearns, the Red Hots and Mac Benford. All those old-time banjo players brought the music from the South back up to New York, and it was kind of a hotbed."
-Critter Fuqua

"He's (Bob Dylan) a link to Woody Guthrie, who's a link to an even earlier form of American music history. He's... a great doorway for all sorts of artists because he's not just folk, or just rock... I think bands like us, Mumford and Sons, and Gillian Welch and David Rawlings are sort of doing what he has done before, in that we take our own experiences and observations and put them into songs made of traditional, American roots form. That form is still a great vehicle for songs, whether the song is about love, the Iraq War or anything else."
-Critter Fuqua

"It takes a lot to figure out how to keep one foot in old time and one foot in all time. It's a bit of a dance to be rooted and modern at the same time. I think we've figured out how to write those songs that sound like they were sung by some campfire 85 years ago, but sound good blasted from the stereo of a Ford Ranchero in a Burger King parking lot somewhere outside of Enid."
-Ketch Secor

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