The show opens with Kenny Baker & Josh Graves from their 1972-73 album The Puritan Sessions. Baker was a fiddler with Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys, and Graves was primarily known as Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs' Dobro player. For Baker, the session marked a return to the instrument he always considered his first love: the guitar. Together they were great. Listen to "Carroll Country Blues" below.
There’s also quite a bit of western music during the middle of the show - from "Home on the Range" from Dom Flemons’ Black Cowboys album to "Ridin’ Down the Canyon" by Ian Tyson from a tribute to Gene Autry. Hope you enjoy the music. Thanks for listening to K-Boo and Swing’n Country! Will