Best of 2020 – Emily Gary

Emily Gary alternates on Something New Wednesday afternoons from 4-7 (eastern).


Letitia VanSant / Circadian / Letitia VanSant

Miss Tess / The Moon Is An Ashtray / Miss Tess / Tone Tree
Sam Reider & The Human Hands / Sam Reider & The Human Hands / Sam Reider
Ragged Mountain String Band / Ham / Ragged Mountain String Band
Violet Bell / Honey In My Heart / Rainbow Women (It says 2019 but i swear it’s 2020)
John Prine / Crooked Piece of Time: The Atlantic and Asylum Albums (1971-1980) / Atlantic
Jon Stickley Trio / Scripting The Flip / Organic
Jake Blount / Spider Tales / Free Dirt
Sarah Jarosz / World On The Ground / Rounder

Hawktail / Formations / Padiddle
Lovestruck Balladeers / Lovestruck Balladeers / Lovestruck Balladeers
Bronwyn Brent / Undercover / Bronwyn Brent
Tara Dente / Truth In The Mud / Mountain Fever
Bronwyn Keith-Hynes / Fiddler’s Pastime / Bronwyn Keith-Hynes
Mark Stoffel / Coffee & Cake / Mountain Home
Raye Zaragosa / Woman In Color / Rebel River
Molly Tuttle / but i’d rather be with you / Compass
Nora Jane Struthers / Bright Lights, Long Drives, First Words / Blue Pig
Aoife O’Donovan / Bull Frogs Croon / Yep Roc
Katie Pruitt / Expectations / Rounder

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