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2010 release. Between the East and West Coasts, and still a good distance from the third coast of Nashville, is found a place known as the Dust Bowl. It is a place where art meets the everyday life of common America, and it has produced some of the most distinctive American art ever. The tradition of that region has produced the music of Woodie Guthrie. It provided the root system for the genius of Merle Haggard. It is the tradition of Bob Childers, a Red Dirt icon, who learned how to present the forgettable man unforgettably, and it is the tradition that can be heard in the songs of Jason Boland.
2010 release. Between the East and West Coasts, and still a good distance from the third coast of Nashville, is found a place known as the Dust Bowl. It is a place where art meets the everyday life of common America, and it has produced some of the most distinctive American art ever. The tradition of that region has produced the music of Woodie Guthrie. It provided the root system for the genius of Merle Haggard. It is the tradition of Bob Childers, a Red Dirt icon, who learned how to present the forgettable man unforgettably, and it is the tradition that can be heard in the songs of Jason Boland.
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Format: CD
Label: THTG
Catalog: 7060385
Rel. Date: 04/20/2010
UPC: 626570603856

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Artist: Jason Boland & The Stragglers
Format: CD
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2010 release. Between the East and West Coasts, and still a good distance from the third coast of Nashville, is found a place known as the Dust Bowl. It is a place where art meets the everyday life of common America, and it has produced some of the most distinctive American art ever. The tradition of that region has produced the music of Woodie Guthrie. It provided the root system for the genius of Merle Haggard. It is the tradition of Bob Childers, a Red Dirt icon, who learned how to present the forgettable man unforgettably, and it is the tradition that can be heard in the songs of Jason Boland.
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