Freight Train Boogie Show #482 (2020 Christmas Show)

FTB Show #482 is the 12th annual Christmas show with new tunes from Mark Erelli, Nicki Bluhm, The Shootouts and more. Here’s the iTunes link to subscribe to the FTB podcasts.  This is the direct link to listen now!

Have a great holiday season! Also, here’s the links to some past FTB Christmas shows… 2012201420162017… 2018….2019

Show #482

(intro bed) Buck Owens and the Buckaroos – Jingle Bells  A Merry “Hee Haw” Christmas
Calexico – Christmas All Over Again  Seasonal Shift 
Kelly’s Lot – Christmas Is Calling Another Sky
Jerry Lee Lewis –  I Can’t Have A Merry Christmas Mary (Without You) 
Nick Lowe & Los Straitjackets – Winter Wonderland
(mic break)
The Teskey Brothers – Dreaming Of A Christmas With You  
Wild & Blue – Holiday Lights
Old 97’s – Christmas Is Coming   Love The Holidays
Buck Owens – Toy’s For Tots (commercial)
Mark Erelli –  Not Quite Christmas
The Barefoot Movement – I Just Wish It Would Snow
Buford Pope – What Christmas Ain’t
(mic break)
Grant- Lee Phillips – Winterglow  Yuletide
Nicki Bluhm – Buon Natale  Buon Natale
Ridge Runner – Santa Claus Boogie  Christmas Time’s A-Comin’ (A Hillbilly Christmas)
Maggie Rose – Happier New Year (Christmas Is Cancelled)
Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram – Ghost From Christmas Past
The Shootouts – Look Out The Window (The Winter Song)
(mic break)
(outro bed) Scott Miller – Joyful  Joyful Christmas Gift



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(Dec. 12th, 2020)
Bill Frater


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One Response to Freight Train Boogie Show #482 (2020 Christmas Show)

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