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"Oh Boy is such a part of Nashville that I want the rest of the country, I want the rest of the world to feel the pride that we feel for this label," Tilson said. "The fact that this label is 40 years old and still putting out great music is something I hope [continues] for the next 40 years."
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The second installment of Broken Hearts & Dirty Windows comes a full 11 years after the first with a much more stringent folk/country approach. In the wake of his passing last April from complications due to COVID-19, this second go-around was put together by some of Prine’s most prolific devotees.
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This week, Tyler Childers is adding another contribution to the plethora of Prine covers with his rendition of “Yes I Guess They Oughta Name a Drink After You,” a preview single of the forthcoming tribute album Broken Hearts and Dirty Windows: Songs of John Prine, Vol. 2.
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“Prine’s catalog and legacy will never not be the central piece, but I do think that the way forward that he showed [is] supporting performing songwriters -- and being genre-agnostic is something that we're really excited about,” says Whelan.
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Tré Burt is announcing a run of home state shows coming off of his buzzing week at Americanafest in Nashville. Burt will be playing Gold Digger’s in L.A. and Amado’s in San Francisco ahead of his tour with Katie Pruitt later this year, which will cover the Midwest and east coast. Find those tour dates below and check out Burt’s conversation with Adia Victoria on today’s episode of Call & Response.
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"The home of Prine's albums since the early 1980s, Oh Boy has evolved from being a mail-order business to establishing a footprint on digital platforms."
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