Freight Train Boogie Show #479


FTB Show #479 is a “one-shot” show and the last FTB podcast. My goal has always been to feature great new indie Americana music releases to benefit the artists. Unfortunately, the licensing powers make it very difficult and expensive to continue the podcasts. I greatly appreciate the support of the artists and my listeners these 10 plus years. Here’s the iTunes link to subscribe to the FTB podcasts.  This is the direct link to listen now!

Show #479

Jack Ingram  – Times Like These (single)
Suzi Ragsdale – Loved and Won Ghost Town 
Quote the Raven – Hope (single)   
Jackson Emmer – Turn Up The Jukebox Alpine Coda
(mic break)
Amanda Shires – The Problem (feat. Jason Isbell)  (sales to benefit the Yellowhammer Fund)
Brent Cobb – Shut Up and Sing Keep ‘Em on They Toes
Andrew Grimm – Uh Huh A Little Heat
Lyman Ellerman – Things You Need To Know Closer To Home  
Front Country – Amerikan Dream  Impossible World
(mic break)
Donal Hinely – Great Again  Diary of a Snowflake
Kris Delmhorst – Bless Your Little Heart Long Day In The Milky Way 
Gasoline Lollipops – All the Misery Money Can Buy All The Misery Money Can Buy 
The Mastersons – Sensitive Souls  Red, White & I Love You Too
Arna Georgia – Passing Through  Yes Girl
(mic break)
Will Kimbrough – The Late Great John Prine Blues  Spring Break
Steve Poltz – Quarantine Blues (single)





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(Oct. 10th, 2020)
Bill Frater

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2 Responses to Freight Train Boogie Show #479

  1. Zackary Kephart says:

    Bill,

    As a longtime fan of the podcast, I can’t express how sad I am to hear this is the last show. Music podcasts are being targeted left and right these days, and it’s an absolute shame.

    Thank you for this labor of love throughout the years. I know I’ve found a lot of excellent underground talent from your shows, and that my library is richer because of you.

  2. Bill Frater says:

    Wow, thank you very much Zachary!/’I might be coming back, we’ll see but I really appreciate your kind words and support!
    Take care,

    Bill

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