Lost Music Saloon: September 5, 2011: 5-7 p.m.: Labor Day Special presents:

Lost Music SaloonLost Music Saloon: September 5, 2011: 5-7 p.m.: Labor Day Special

Welcome to the Labor Day edition of the Lost Music Saloon – – two hours of songs about working men and women; unions; factories; hating Mondays and looking forward to Fridays.

Clickon 'read more' bleow for the playlist.

See you in the Saloon!

Lost Music Saloon: PLAYLIST: September 5, 2011: 5-7 p.m.: Labor Day Special


Vogues: 5 O'Clock World

Tim O'Brien: Workin'

Bangles: Manic Monday

Todd Rundgren: Bang the Drum All Day


Tennessee Ernie Ford: 16 Tons

Easybeats: Friday On My Mind

Rodney Crowell: The Obscenity Prayer (Give It To Me)

The Almanac Singers: Talking Union

Will Kimbruogh: I Lie

The New Harmony Sisterhood Band: Union Maids

The Boomtown Rats: I Don't Like Mondays


Johnny Paycheck: Take This Job and Shove It

Joe Glazer: Automation

Adam Carroll: AFL-CIO

Kenny Winfree: I'm a Union Card

David Rovics: Minimum Wage Strike

Lee Dorsey: Working in the Coal Mine

Jim Croce: Workin' at the Carwash Blues

Billy Ray Hatley: Workin' For the Devil


Black 47: James Connolly

I See Hawks in L.A.: Humboldt

Anne Feener: We Just Come To Work Here

Flogging Molly w/Lucinda Williams: Factory Girls

Elaine Purkey: One Day More

Bruce Springsteen: Factory


James McMurtry: We Can't Make It Here

John Denver: Bread & Roses

Pete Seeger: Solidarity Forever

Cherryholmes: Workin' Man (Nowhere to Go)


Michael Reno Harrell: The Nickel

Cory Branan: The Prettiest Waitress in Memphis

Waifs: The Waitress

CCR: Fortunate Son


Garry Morse, DJ

Lost Music Saloon

WRIR  97.3 FM

Richmond, Virginia

Garry Morse


Playlist temporarily unavailable.

    September 5th, 2011

Posted In: Music Shows