<h5>Old Crow Medicine Show Live on KEXP 9.25.2014 SETLIST:</h5>
<blockquote>"O Cumberland River"
"Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer"
"8 Dogs 8 Banjos"
<h5>PRODUCTION CREDITS For Old Crow Medicine Show LIVE ON KEXP 9.25.2014:</h5>
<blockquote>Host: Don Slack
Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen & Chris Somerville
Editor: Scott Holpainen
Recently, Old Crow Medicine Show made an appearance on KEXP to play songs and chat about their latest album, Remedy, which you can hear right here on Zumic. Watch the video above.
The string band opens enthusiastically with "O Cumberland River." After the song, Ketch Secor talks to host Don Slack about the early years of the band in which they performed outside of a Starbucks in KEXP's hometown of Seattle. The group then followed with “Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer” which had a slide guitar line making it the most bluesy part of their set.
The conversation turns to the influence of old-time string music on the group. Secor points out that the genre used to be less homogenized since there weren't any major radio stations. This kind of influence can be heard in their fast jam, "8 Dogs 8 Banjos." Finally, the artists talked about how Bob Dylan sent them the song "Sweet Amarillo" for them to adapt, following the success they had with "Wagon Wheel." The band picked and fiddled through the folk legend's song, giving their set a strong finish.
For Old Crow Medicine Show's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out their Zumic artist page.