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The Weary Boys

by The Weary Boys

Energetic country bluegrass from a group who has opened for Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Leon Russell
Genre: Country: Outlaw Country
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1. Runnin' Hidin'
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2. Freight Train Blues
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3. Dark As the Night
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4. Lose One More Baby
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5. Clinch Mountain Backstep
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6. Ramblin' Man
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7. Bound to Ride
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8. Pick Up the Steam
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9. Can't Finger Me
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10. Walkin Boss
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11. Struggle
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12. Rock of Ages
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The Weary Boys started on the streets of Austin, TX in 2001 while in their early 20's. They quickly earned a coveted spot at the Continental Club and began touring nationally, opening for heroes Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Leon Russell. They have played everywhere from the bayous of Lousiana, to the Redwood Forests of northern California, adapting cajun, rock'n'roll, and gospel into their country and bluegrass traditionals and originals...


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