old time music, new and vintage, with early Red Clay Ramblers favorites
The Cave
Chapel Hill NC
November 27, 2010
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Rockingham Cindy
The Man From Tennessee
I'm Getting Ready To Go
Aragon Mill
When Bacon Was Scarce
Big Sciota
You Have Been a Friend to Me
Tying a Knot in the Devil's Tail
Death of Ellenton
Butterfield Stage
Piney Mountain
While the Band was Playing Dixie
Texas Gals
Beale Street Blues
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Kiss Me Quick
Telephone Girl
Rabbit in the Pea Patch
How Does A Glass Eye Work?
Uncloudy Day
What Does the Lonesome Dove Say
Uncle Charlie's Revenge
Weary Prodigal Son
Missouri Borderland
Forked Deer
Merchants Lunch
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Bill's bandana coordinates with the fire
on The Cave walls.
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Jim says "Welcome to all spelunkers and troglodytes."
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Pics by Bren Overholt
From the Indy....
NOV 2010 Chapel Hill

Like a large family whose grown children have left the fold and made lives for themselves, Mike Craver, Bill Hicks, Jim Watson and Joe Newberry stay busy with solo projects and a variety of collaborations. But if the bonds are strong enough, a family always makes a point to be together at Thanksgiving, that most familial holiday. Thus, we have this quartet's traditional circa-Turkey Time gathering. And when this foursome—agile musicians and ace storytellers all—congregates, you have, oh, about 75% of the Great American Songbook covered. The music starts at 10 p.m. —Rick Cornell

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