Coral Nast (Takes an Old Time Fast)

Episode 159 · September 11th, 2019 · 51 mins 7 secs

About this Episode

Welcome to Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends! This week’s friend is Coral Nast! We recorded this at the Centralia Campout in Centralia, Washington.

Tunes in this episode:
Mary Wants a Lover
Flying Indian
Roses in the Morning
Forked Deer
Piney Ridge
Drink More Cider
Bonus track: Barlow Knife in D

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This episode is brought to you in part by the Midwest Sing & Stomp: an all-day festival of folk music and dance; a nonstop party celebrating the many traditions that have taken root in Chicago and throughout the region: from cajun to mariachi, and blues to bomba. It’s a festival run by local artists, for local artists--and the communities they represent. The 2019 festival offers a full day of music, dance, and workshops on two stages. Festival-goers can join in a barn dance, freedom sing or banjo workshop, and take in traditions from Mexico, Puerto Rico and across the U.S. The day culminates in a concert by Las BomPleneras (an all-female bomba y plena band), Mariachi Sirenas (Chicago’s only all-female mariachi band) and old-time and country blues master Hubby Jenkins (formerly of Carolina Chocolate Drops). They had me out a few years ago and I had a GREAT TIME it was so eclectic and interesting. Make it happen if you can! It’s all day this Saturday, September 14th. Tickets are only $20 at the door or $15 if you buy yours in advance at https://singandstomp.com/, which I have linked in the show notes.