Panhandle Polecats | Selkirk Storm

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Selkirk Storm

by Panhandle Polecats

Bluegrass, Country, Gospel
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Ole Slew Foot
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2. Shady Grove
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3. Welcome to the Family
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4. Selkirk Storm
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5. The Fourth Man
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6. Pastures of Plenty
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7. Midnight Chimes
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8. Bald Gal
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9. Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone
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10. Panhandle Ramble
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11. My Lord Keeps a Record
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12. Hay
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13. Granite Pass Breakdown (live)
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14. Psalm 96
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Panhandle Polecats are back with their non-critically acclaimed album Selkirk Storm, released on Mephitis Records. Selkirk Storm is named for the Selkirk mountain range of the panhandle of north Idaho, which just so happens to be stompin’ grounds of the Panhandle Polecats.

They are:
Jenny Little: Bass
Hank Little: Dobro & Harmonica
Molly (Little) Wilbur: Mandolin
Austin Little: Banjo & Guitar
Bonnie (Little) Campbell: Guitar


They have taken the Inland Northwest by storm performing in:

Barns, restaurants, garages, churches, on radio, television, living rooms, sidewalks, schools, hallways, entryways, street corners, parks, fairgrounds, porches, backyards, front yards, gazebos, nursing homes, studios, resorts, golf courses, forests, pastures, rainstorms, snowstorms, campgrounds, tents, auditoriums, theaters, coffeehouses, museums, parking lots, sporting goods stores, bars, basements, snowmobile trailers, meadows, festivals, conferences, lawns, cement slabs, dinners, luncheons, BBQs, lodges, fundraisers, quilt shows, shopping malls, gymnasiums, conventions, weddings, dining rooms, colleges, fiddle contests, libraries, birthday parties, ranches, cafés, diners, graduations, banquets, bookstores, anniversaries, and finally your home or car stereo system.


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