Lost Music Saloon: January 17, 2011: 5-7 p.m.: MLK, Jr/Ebony Twang presents:

Lost Music SaloonLost Music Saloon: January 17, 2011: 5-7 p.m.: MLK, Jr/Ebony Twang

Today's Lost Music Saloon pays tribute to the Martin Luther King, Jr holiday with songs about Dr. King; songs concerning civil rights, slavery, and race relations; and "Ebony Twang" – – country/folk songs done by black artists & bands.

So kick back and listen for the next two hours while you enjoy the rest of your evening.

See you in the Saloon!

Lost Music Saloon: January 17, 2011: PLAYLIST: Martin Luther King, Jr/Ebony Twang

Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion: Dr. King

Randy Newman: Sail Away

Kate Campbell: Crazy in Alabama

Charley Pride: Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone?


Chip Taylor: Bigot's Graveyard

Otis Taylor: Ten Million Slaves

The Bis-Quits: Betty Was Black (And Willie Was White)

Otis Williams & the Midnight Cowboys: That's How I Got To Memphis


Tony Joe White: Willie and Laura Mae Jones

Tracy Chapman: Fast Car

Guy Davis: Natural Born Eas'Man

Stoney Edwards: Hank and Lefty Raised My Country Soul


Steve Earle: Taney town

Vance Gilbert: Country-Western Rap

Mary Cutrufello: Looking Forward To Missing You

Pointer Sisters: Fairytale


Taj Mahal: Six Days on the Road

Wilco w/Corey Harris: Aginst th' Law

Big Al Downing: Joe's Truck Stop

Fats Domino: Whiskey Heaven


Harry Belfonte: Boll Weevil

Ted Hawkins: There Stands the Glass

Holmes Brothers: I Can't Help It If I'm Still in Love With You

Mavis Staples: Down in Mississippi


Laura Love: Capricorn & Hominey

Carolina Chocolate Drops: Short Life of Trouble

Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise: Pretender

Saffire: Because of You


Alvin Youngblood Hart: Cowboy Boots

Robert Randolph & the Family Band: Run For Your Life


Garry Morse, DJ

Lost Music Saloon

WRIR  97.3 FM

Richmond, Virginia

Garry Morse


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    January 17th, 2011

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