KUSF In Exile 03.27.12 11-Midnight Barn Dance DJ Wrong Side of the road Joe

A barn dance is any kind of dance held in a barn, but usually involves traditional or folk music with traditional dancing. It is a type of dance, originating in America and popular in Britain in the late 19th century and early 20th, derived from Schottische. Folk dancing events are often also referred to as "barn dances", despite being held in locations other than barns.

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Louisiana Honeydrippers - Kissin' Cousins
Doc Watson - Froggy Went A Courtin'
Sonny Miller and the Southern Mountain Boys - Blackberry Blossom
Otis Burris and the Mountain Ramblers - Red Apple Rag
Robbie Fulks - Wedding of the Bugs
Merle Haggard - The Waltz You Saved for Me

Scroat Belly - Why Don't You Haul Off and Love Me
Loretta Lynn - Rated X
Jim Lauderdale - Honky Tonk Haze
Loretta Lynn/ Conway Twitty -How High Can You Build A Fire
Loretta and Conway - The Fire of Two Old Flames....

Ernest and Hattie Stoneman - The Mountaineer's Courtship
Tiny Moore - Stumbling
Bob Wills - Who Walks In When I Walk Out
Jim and Jesse Reynolds - Lovin' Machine

Tiny Moore w/ the McKinney Sisters - Life's Greatest Treasure
Joe Patek - May You Never Be Alone Like Me
T Texas Tyler and His Oklahoma Melody Boys -Old Fashioned Love
JIm Lauderdale - If I Were You

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