On Sideshow, curator Bloodshot Scott unearths, examines and displays roots music in its myriad forms. From unknown oddities to adored luminaries, it fits if he says it fits. Step right up, tune right in, and hear it only on Sideshow, folks!



This month on Sideshow, we celebrate last year’s releases from Chicago indie powerhouse Bloodshot Records. With votes tallied from head publicist Josh Zanger and Web guru Mike Smith, we’ll spotlight the best of the best, of 2018. Tough decisions led to undisputed champs, and you, good listener, benefit from the polling. This is Chicago, of course, and so we may have all counted once, twice, thrice...and you should do the same, as you reach for cold ones to quaff, whilst listening to this month’s installment of Sideshow. Thank you for clicking in, and enjoy!

 1. Ruby Boots – It’s So Cruel
2. Luke Winslow-King – Chicken Dinner
3. Robbie Fulks & Linda Gail Lewis – Wild Wild Wild
4. Murder By Death – Stone
5. The Bottle Rockets – highway 70 Blues
6. Barrence Whitfield and the Savages – Let’s Go to Mars
7. Sarah Shook & the Disarmers – The Way She Looked at You
8. Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers – Apocalypse Now (& Later)
9. Vandoliers – Troublemaker
10. Murder By Death – True Dark
11. Sarah Shook & the Disarmers – good As Gold
12. Robbie Fulks & Linda Gail Lewis – I Just Lived a Country Song
13. William Elliot Whitmore – Fear of Trains



Scott Schaefer, host of DJ Bloodshot Scott's Sideshow and co-host of The Good Music Show, has been the lead singer for several stalwart Chicago indie rock outfits and has also blazed a trail through the cover tune circuit with his numerous acoustic duos. In addition to performing and recording, Scott also holds down various DJ residencies around town, from venues well-known to the forever unknown. Alongside his live musical endeavors, he has also carved a niche for himself on the industry side of the Chicago music scene, first as head of operations for the venerable Checkered Past Records label, and most recently as the label manager for local indie powerhouse Bloodshot Records. With the little free time he has left, he hosts Chicago's longest-running weekly open mic competition at Uncommon Ground. Scott is enveloped in music, and he wouldn't have it any other way.


Last month, DJ Bloodshot Scott had the honor of providing the soundtrack welcoming eager patrons as the doors opened for the first day of the 25th year of revered punk rock watering hole Delilah's. One of Chicago's most unique boozy community centers, Delilah's boasts one of the world's most extensive and well-curated whiskey collections. If you missed that epic party, now is your chance to relive some of the revelry, tunes and energy that kicked off that celebratory night. "Congrats Delilah's, from DJ Bloodshot Scott — here's to another quarter century of music, art, community ... and a tipple or two. Cheers!"

Set List:
1. The Clash "Police On My Back"
2. Waco Brothers "See Willy Fly By"
3. Old 97's "Doreen"
4. X "Your Phone's Off the Hook, But You're Not"
5. Dex Romweber Duo "Jungle Drums"
6. The Gun Club "Sex Beat"
7. The Cramps "What's Inside a Girl"
8. The Misfits "American Nightmare"
9. Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds "Karate Monkey"
10. The Chesterfield Kings "Up and Down"
11. Brimstone Howl "Easter at the Lewis'"
12. The Detroit Cobras "Shout Bama Lama"
13. Reigning Sound "Time Bomb High School"
14. Barrence Whitfield and the Savages "The Corner Man"
15. The Sonics "Strychnine"
16. Love "7 and 7 Is"
17. 13th Floor Elevators 'You're Gonna Miss Me"
18. Flat Duo Jets "Frog Went A Courtin'"
19. Dead Moon "Kicked Out - kicked In"
20. Jonathon Richman "She Cracked - 1972 Demo"
21. The Damned "Neat Neat Neat"
22. The Undertones "Teenage Kicks"
23. Buzzcocks "What Do I Get?"
24. Ramones "Swallow My Pride"
25. Johnny Thunders & the Heartbreakers "One Track Mind"

Episode #22 (July 2018)

Summer means road trips, and road trips mean freedom and adventure. This month, SIDESHOW gives a nod to both summer and road trips, and the wide-open possibility inherent in both. So, gas ‘er up, roll the windows down, crank the radio and let this set steer you to someplace new.

Set List:
“One Piece at a Time” by Johnny Cash
“Six Days on the Road” by Dave Dudley
“I’ve Been Everywhere” by Hank Snow
“King of the Road” by Roger Miller
“Five Hundred Miles” by Bobby Bare
“Ride” by Wayne Hancock
“I Turned a Corner” by Paul Burch & The WPA Ballclub
“Fast Train Down” by The Waco Brothers
“A. On Horseback” by Charlie Pickett
“Doreen” by The Old 97’s
“Over the Cliff” by Jon Langford
“Drunken Moon” by the Silos
“Car Wheels on a Gravel Road” by Lucinda Wheels
“Indianapolis” by The Bottle Rockets
“Drive all Night” by Hadacol
“Brand New Cadillac” by Vince Taylor & His Playboys
“The Train Kept A-Rollin’” by Johnny Burnette
“My Pink Cadillac” by Hal Willis
“I Don’t Care” by Justin Townes Earle
“Lost Highway” by The Mekons

This month I’m honored and humbled to pay tribute to the venerable indie roots label Checkered Past Records. I had the unique privilege of riding herd over this stable of peerless artists as Label Manager, for five-plus years. Through equal parts tirelessness, sacrifice and luck, we garnered critical acclaim and the attention of artists who we deeply respected ... all from my dining room on Roscoe Street, in Chicago. Halcyon days, and it paved the way for my next decade and a half as label manager at the lofty Bloodshot Records. A true gift, and here’s what it was all for…the music. These are musicians’ musicians: not merely incredible talents but, more importantly, genuinely wonderful people. Hats tipped and pinkies raised to Larry Lipson, Eric Babcock and Yvonne Schaefer Bates, wherever she may be. It has always been a labor of love. Enjoy.

FIREWATER – Bourbon and Division
Paul Burch & the WPA Ballclub – Sage Advice
Tom House – C’mon Through Carolina
The Silos – Drunken Moon
Lonesome Bob – Do You Think about Me?
Hadacol – Big Tornado
Spanic Boys – Little Lies
Tommy Womack – Skinny and Small
Ass Ponys – Astronaut
16 Horsepower – For Heaven’s Sake
Red Star Belgrade – Mardi Gras Mule
Johnny Dowd – John Deere Yeller
Flatirons – Crazy Train

DJ Bloodshot Scott recorded the August episode live at Gman! 

Set List
Justin Townes Earle "Move Over Mama"  
Neko Case "Brown Eyed Handsome Man"
George Jones "The Race Is On"
Buck Owens "Act Naturally" 
Don Gibson "Sea of Heartbreak"
Roger Miller "King of the Road"
Dave Dudley " Six Days on the Road"
Hank Snow "I've Been Everywhere"
Bobby Bare "Detroit City"
Jon Langford & the Sadies "Solitaire Song"
Old 97's "Victoria"
Neko Case "Stinging Velvet"
Ryan Adams " Shakedown on 9th Street"
Alejandro Escovdo "Castanets"
Eddie Spaghetti "Never Thought I Would"
Bobby Bare Jr "Valentine"
Graham Parker "Queen of Compromise"
Hadacol "Big Tornado"
Firewater "Three Legged Dog"
Dex Romweber Duo 'Brazil"
Lydia Loveless "Can't Change Me"
Jon Langford & the Sadies "Up To My Neck In This"

On this month's installment of SIDESHOW, DJ Bloodshot Scott features tracks from new Bloodshot titles, all of them released in 2016. He rounds out the show with other timeless favorites. The best of new 2016 releases, through mid-year, with a nod to those artists who got the label here. Simply the best of the best!

Set List
Waco Brothers "All Or Nothing"  
Waco Brothers "Receiver"
Robbie Fulks "Alabama At Night" 
Robbie Fulks "Aunt Peg's New Old Man" 
Al Scorch "Everybody Out" 
Al Scorch "Lost at Sea" 
Andre Williams "Detroit (I'm So Glad I Stayed)" 
Andre Williams "I Wanna Go Back to Detroit City"  
Banditos "The Breeze" 
The Yawpers "Doing It Right" 
Mekons and Robbie Fulks "Beaten & Broken" 
Freakwater "The Asp and the Albatross" 
Luke Winslow-King "The Crystal Water Springs" 
Ryan Adams "Why Do They Leave" 
Justin Townes Earle "Rogers Park" 
eko Case "I Wish I Was the Moon" 
Old 97's "Dressing Room Walls" 
Deer Tick "If I Should Fall From Grace With God" 

This week Bloodshot Scott spotlights musical luminaries and trailblazers from our own City of Wind. From the early pop punk stylings of Epicycle and Green, to the anthemic choruses of Naked Raygun and the punishing, apocalyptic beats of early Big Black, Chicago has been fertile ground for seminal artists and new genres that have reverberated around the globe. Too many to cram in to one hour in fact, and so expect future shows to further highlight music from our kinda town! 

Set List 
Waco Brothers "See Willy Fly By" 
Dollar Store "North Central Plain" 
Robbie Fulks "Tears Only Run One Way" 
Kelly Hogan "13 Nights" 
Riptones "World Renowned" 
Moonshine Willy "Roulette Wheel" 
Nora O'Connor "My Backyard" 
The Blacks "I'm In Love" 
Epicycle "Hardcore Punks" 
Green "She's An Addiction" 
The Farmers "Green Pontiac" 
Eleventh Dream Day "Coercion" 
Great Crusades "Two Fishermen" 
Avocado Jungle Fuzz "Fozzie" 
Wreck "Well" 
Naked Raygun "Soldier's Requiem" 
Big Black "Heartbeat" 

Inspired by the coldest day of the year, and fueled by red wine as antifreeze, Bloodshot Scott is caught California dreaming, and traipsing through the far reaches of his record collection. Seeming randomness coalesces into perfect harmony as some of the most important and influential artists in the history of contemporary music share an hour together. Could only happen here.

Genre: '60s luminaries, glam trailblazers, punk and reggae icons. What's not to like?

Set List
The Doors “Break On Through” 
Jefferson Airplane “Somebody To Love” 
Love “Alone Again Or” 
T. Rex “Life’s A Gas” 
The Velvet Underground “Lisa Says” 
Eric Burdon & the Animals “Sky Pilot” 
Scott McKenzie “San Francisco” 
Slade “Gudbuy T’Jane” 
The Troggs “With A Girl Like You” 
David Bowie “Moonage Daydream” 
New York Dolls “Personality Crisis” 
The Dickies “Paranoid” 
Dead Boys “What Love Is” 
The Clash “Police On My Back” 
The Maytals “Pressue Drop” 
The Slickers “Johnny Too Bad”

This week, Bloodshot Scott draws from the wellspring of the No Depression movement. He pays homage to those who ignited the flame in the first place; waves to those who continued to carry the flame Olympian-style; and also gives a nod to those still standing, who will continue to fan the flames. Thankfully, said wellspring was spiked when he got there.

Set List
Old 97's 'Timebomb' 
The Bottle Rockets 'Indianapolis' 
Cory Branan 'Sour Mash' 
Graham Parker 'I Discovered America' 
Lydia Loveless 'Wine Lips' 
The Silos 'Arms of the Sea' 
Jason Isbell '24 Frames' Son Volt 'Windfall' 
Whiskeytown 'Too Drunk to Dream' 
Gram Parsons 'Streets of Baltimore' 
Grateful Dead 'Ripple' 
Uncle Tupelo 'Chickamauga' 
Lucinda Williams 'Drunken Angel' 
Steve Earle 'Rich Man's War' 
Tom Waits 'House Where Nobody Lives'

This week on SIDESHOW, Bloodshot Scott brings his series featuring local luminaries Bloodshot Records to a close, showcasing the label at its current 20-year mark. Spotlighting favorites from the past decade, Bloodshot Scott illuminates the unique strengths of this stalwart label, with an optimistic nod toward its creative future.

Set List
Cory Branan 'You Make Me' 
Luke Winslow-King 'Swing That Thing' 
Murder By Death 'Strange Eyes' 
Bobby Bare Jr. 'North of Alabama By Mornin'' 
Lydia Loveless 'Wine Lips' 
Firewater 'Glitter Days' 
Dex Romweber Duo 'Jungle Drums' 
Banditos 'Still Sober (After All of These Beers)' 
Barrence Whitfield & the Savages 'Incarceration Casserole' 
Eddie Spaghetti 'If Anyone's Got the Balls' 
Roger Knox & the Pinevalley Cosmonauts 'Stranger In My Country' 
Justin Townes Earle 'Wanderin'' 
Robbie Fulks 'When You Get to the Bottom' 
JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound 'River' 
Ha Ha Tonka 'The Past Has Arms' 
The Bottle Rockets 'Monday (Everytime I Turn Around)'

On this week's installment of SIDESHOW, Bloodshot Scott continues the series that spotlights his namesake, Bloodshot Records, and examines the label at their 10-year mark. A decade in, the label had already become a local institution and was well underway to firmly establishing itself on the national level.

Set List
Bobby Bare Jr 'I'll Be Around' 
Ryan Adams 'To Be Young' 
Wayne Hancock 'Johnny Law' 
The Meat Purveyors 'Little White Pills' 
Nine Pound Hammer 'I'm Yer Huckleberry' 
Waco Brothers 'Blink of an Eye' Graham Parker 'Queen of Compromise' 
Bottle Rockets 'Mendocino' 
Jon Langford and the Sadies 'Solitaire Song' 
Split Lip Rayfield 'Movin' to Virginia' 
Dollar Store 'North Central Plain' 
Rex Hobart and the Misery Boys 'Got to Get Back to Forgetting You' 
Devil in a Woodpile 'Got Just What I Want' 
Th' Legendary Shack Shakers 'Blood On the Bluegrass' 
Deadstring Brothers 'Where Are All of My Friends' 
Trailer Bride 'Hope Is A Thing With Feathers' 
Cordero 'Close Your House Down' 
Neko Case 'Stinging Velvet' 
Alejandro Escovedo 'Velvet Guitar'

On this week's installment, DJ Bloodshot Scott kicks off a series of shows dedicated to his namesake and alma mater, Chicago's very own Bloodshot Records. Here, he presents a snapshot of the label's inspired and influential first five years, showcasing the rise of soon-to-be-luminaries such as Neko Case and Ryan Adams, as well as brief glimpses of artists who remained on the margins such as the Hollisters and Red Star Belgrade. Enjoy this rare return to the halcyon days!

Set List
Waco Brothers 'See Willy Fly By' 
Duane Jarvis 'Broke A/C Blues' 
The Bottle Rockets 'Every Kinda Everything' 
Moonshine Willy 'Roulette Wheel' 
The Hollisters 'Roses Are Blooming' 
Eleanor Roosevelt 'Espoontoon' 
Neko Case 'Set Out Running' 
The Blacks 'Tortured Holiday' 
Old 97's 'Victoria' 
Ryan Adams 'Monday Night' 
Alejandro Escovedo and Jon Langford 'California Blues' 
Rico Bell & the Snakehandlers 'Merseysong' 
Split Lip Rayfield 'Train Song' 
Robbie Fulks 'She Took A Lot of Pills and Died' 
The Meat Purveyors 'The Bottle Let Me Down' 
Riptones 'World Renowned' 
Whiskeytown 'Bottom of the Glass' 
Red Star Belgrade 'Highway to Hell'

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The Meteors ' Psychobilly Stomp' 
Hollywood Persuaders 'Drums A-Go-Go' 
The Crossfires 'Fiberglass Jungle' 
LTD A Go Go 'LTD A Go Go' 
The Royal Pendletons 'Losing Hand' 
The Madeira 'Tribal Fury' 
The Resonars 'Across the Golden Border' 
The Fresh & Onlys 'I'm All Shook Up' 
Nobunny 'Live It Up' 
The Parting Gifts ' Keep Walking' 
The Detroit Cobras 'Hey Sailor' 
Reigning Sound 'Straight Shooter' 
Rocket from the Crypt 'Ditch Digger' 
Waterliars 'Short Hair' 
Brimstone Howl 'Easter at the Lewises' 
The Chesterfield Kings 'Up and Down' 
Flat Duo Jets 'Creepin' Invention' 
Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds 'Haunted Head'

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The Clash '(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais' 
Desmond Dekker 'Israelites' 
Sister Nancy 'Bam Bam' 
The Equals 'Baby Come Back' 
The Flamin' Groovies 'Shake Some Action' 
Mekons 'the Curse' 
Talking Heads 'The Big Country' 
Mink DeVille 'Cadillac Walk' 
Billy Bragg 'A New England' 
Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers 'She Cracked' 
The Velvet Underground 'Foggy Notion' 
Boomtown Rats 'Up All Night' 
Television 'See No Evil' 
Richard Hell & the Voidoids '(I Belong to the) Blank Generation' 
Johnny Thunders 'You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory'

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The Ran-Dells 'The Martian Hop' 
Invasion 'The Invasion Is Coming' 
Joe Bennett & The Sparkletones 'Rocket' 
Johnny Bond 'X-15' 
The Starfires 'Space Needle' 
The Rebelaires with Sammy Smith 'Satellite Rock' 
Wesley Reynolds 'Trip to the Moon' 
Jack Fautheree 'First Man on Mars' 
Jackie Lowell with Duane Diamond ' Rocket Trip' 
Bill Thomas 'The Sputnik Story' 
Sonny Sheather 'Orbit with Me' 
Nelson Young 'Rock Old Sputnik' 
Joe Norris 'Rock Out of this World' 
Blackie Jenkins 'Spaceship Life' 
Royce Simpson 'Space Dance' 
Sonny Day & The Tony Ray Trio 'Creature From Outer Space' 
Lonnie Miley 'Satellite Fever Asiatic Flu' 
Joe Montgomery 'Planetary Run' 
Dick Robinson & His Makebelievers 'The Boppin' Martian' 
The Boss-Tones 'Mope Itty Mope' 
The Rollettes Orchestra 'Venus Rock' 
Deacon and the Rock Rollers 'Rockin' on the Moon'

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Eddie Cochran 'Summertime Blues' 
Johnny Kidd & the Pirates 'Shakin' All Over' 
Wanda Jackson 'Let's Have A Party' 
Buddy Holly 'Rave On' 
Ronnie Dee 'Action Packed' 
Little Richard 'The Girl Can't Help It' 
Bo Diddley 'Hey! Bo-Diddley' 
Johnny Otis Show 'Willie and the Hand Jive' 
Big Joe Turner 'Flip Flop and Fly' 
Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps 'Jumps, Giggles and Shouts' 
Little Willie John 'I'm Shakin'' 
Larry Williams 'Bony Moronie' 
Freddy Cannon 'Tallahassee Lassie' 
The Everly Brothers 'Claudette' 
Chuck Berry 'Maybellene' 
Screamin' Jay Hawkins 'Little Demon' 
LaVern Baker 'Voodoo Voodoo' 
Carl Perkins 'Put Your Cat Clothes On' 
Jerry Lee Lewis 'Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On' 
Elvis Presley 'My Baby Left Me'

Johnny Cash 'A Boy Named Sue' 
Dave Dudley 'Six Days On the Road' 
Hank Snow 'I've Been Everywhere' 
Bobby Bare 'Five Hundred Miles' 
Roger Miller 'King of the Road' 
Marty Robbins 'Big Iron' 
Jimmy Dean 'Big Bad John' 
Johnny Horton 'Battle of New Orleans' 
SSgt. Barry Sadler 'The Ballad of the Green Berets' 
The Osborn Brothers 'Rocky Top' 
Jeannie C. Riley 'Harper Valley PTA' 
Bobbie Gentry 'Ode to Billie Joe' 
Loretta Lynn 'Coal Miner's Daughter' 
Dolly Parton 'Jolene' 
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition 'Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town' 
Merle Haggard & the Strangers 'Okie from Muskogee' 
Johnny Paycheck 'Take this Job and Shove It' 
Jerry Reed 'East Bound and Down' 
George Jones 'White Lightning' 
Merle Haggard 'Mama Tried' 
Glenn Campbell 'Witchita Lineman' 
Arlo Guthrie 'The City of New Orleans'

The Detroit Cobras 'I Wanna Holler (But the Town's Too Small)'
Gore Gore Girls 'Fox In A Box'
Neko Case 'Stinging Velvet'
Moonshine Willy 'Roulette Wheel'
Rosie Flores 'This Little Girl's Gone Rockin''
The Meat Purveyors 'TMP Smackdown'
Lydia Loveless 'Wine Lips'
Deadstring Brothers 'Ain't No Hidin' Love'
Kelly Hogan '13 Nights'
Nora O'Connor 'My Backyard'
Exene Cervenka 'Surface of the Sun'
Cordero 'Close Your House Down'
The Blacks 'Goin' Out West'
Trailer Bride 'Hope Is A Thing With Feathers'
Jim & Jennie and the Pinetops 'Mt. St. Helens'
Sally Timms 'The Sad Milkman'
Maggie Bjorklund 'Fro Fro Heart'

The Silos 'Behind Me Now' 
Alejandro Escovedo 'Castanets' 
The Bottle Rockets 'Middle Man' 
Murder By Death 'I Came Around' 
Dex Romweber Duo 'Homicide' 
Rosie Flores 'Surf Demon #5' 
Wayne Hancock 'Ride' 
The Detroit Cobras '99 And A Half Won't Do' 
Luke Winslow-King 'Swing That Thing' 
Ryan Adams 'Shakedown on 9th Street' 
The Blacks 'I'm In Love' 
Lydia Loveless 'Can't Change Me' 
Deadstring Brothers 'River Song' 
Bobby Bare Jr. 'The Terrible Sunrise' 
Ha Ha Tonka 'The Past Has Arms' 
Old 97's 'Dressing Room Walls' 
Jon Langford & His Sadies 'Are You An Entertainer' 
Robbie Fulks 'Tears Only Run One Way' 
Justin Townes Earle 'I Don't Care' 
Graham Parkers 'Crawlin From the Wreckage (Revisited)' 
Waco Brothers 'Walking On Hell's Roof Looking At the Flowers'

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The Black Angels 'You on the Run' 
The Jesus and Mary Chain 'Tower of Song' 
16 Horsepower 'Clogger' 
Firewater 'Folsom Prison Blues' 
The Jesus Lizard 'Nub' 
The Cramps 'I'm Cramped (original mix)' 
The Gun Club 'For the Love of Ivy' 
The Blacks 'I'm In Love' 
The Flatirons 'Crazy Train' 
Waco Brothers 'Wreck on the Highway' 
Johnny Ramone 'Viva Las Vegas' 
Social Distortion 'Making Believe' 
Mekons 'Lost Highway'

The Detroit Cobras “Ya Ya Ya” 
Reigning Sound “Straight Shooter” 
Brimstone Howl “Iota Man” 
Barrence Whitfield and the Savages “The Corner Man” 
The Chesterfield Kings “Up and Down” 
Waterliars “Short Hair” 
Dead Moon “Kicked Out – Kicked In” 
Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds “Killer Diller” 
The Eyes “When the Night Falls” 
13th Floor Elevators “You’re Gonna Miss Me” 
The Rolling Stones “Tallahassee Lassie” 
The Amboy Dukes “Baby please Don’t Go” 
Sir Douglas Quintet “She’s About A Mover” 
Ronnie Hawkins “Who Do You Love” 
The Litter “Action Woman” 
The Groupies “Primitive” 
The Sonics “Strychnine” 
The Rationals “I Need You” 
The Squires “Going All the Way” 
The Charlatans “Codine” 
The Seeds “Can’t Seem to Make You Mine”

The Cramps “Goo Goo Muck” 
Andy Star “Just A Walkin’” 
Neko Case and the Sadies “Rated X” 
The Minus 5 “Sputnik 57” 
The Ravonettes “Love In A Trashcan” 
Jon Langford “The Last Count” 
PW Long “Crazy Tonight” 
Lydia Loveless “Can’t Change Me” 
William Elliott Whitmore “Old Devils” 
KnoXVille Girls “I Feel Better All Over” 
Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers “Pinetree Boogie” 
Nikki Hill “I’ve Got A Man” 
Billy Childish & the Chatham Singers “Ballad of a Lost Man” 
R.L. Burnside “ Jumper On the Line” 
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club “Ain’t No Easy Way” 
Scott H. Biram “Sinkin’ Down” 
Nick Cave “Rambling Mind” 
16 Horsepower “De-Railed”

Johnny Cash 'Rock Island Line' 
Carl Perkins 'Matchbox' 
Wanda Jackson 'Let's Have A Party' 
Jerry Lee Lewis 'High School Confidential' 
George Jones 'White Lightning' 
Waylon Jennings 'Don't Think Twice It's Alright' 
The Blacks 'Fake Out Jesus' 
Mr. Airplane Man 'Sun Sinking Low' 
Trailer Bride 'Jesco' 
The Great Crusades 'Two Fishermen' 
Calexico 'Chach' 
Cordero 'Heart In Me' 
Murder By Death 'Strange Eyes' 
Neko Case 'Deep Red Bells' 
Wovenhand 'Glass Eye' 
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds 'The Weeping Song' 
Mark Lanegan 'Pendulum' 
The Velvet Underground 'That's the Story of My Life'

Johnny Cash 'One Piece at a Time' 
The Head Cat 'Big River'
Dave Dudley 'Six Days on the Road'
Eddie Spaghetti 'Never Thought I Would'
Bobby Bare Jr 'Valentine'
Graham Parker 'Queen of Compromise'
Jon Langford 'Living A Lie'
Wanda Jackson 'Blue Moon'
Justin Townes Earle 'Move Over Mama'
George Jones & Melba Montgomery 'Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms'
Wayne Hancock 'Ride'
The Sadies 'Flash'
Dex Romweber 'Gurdjieff Girl'
Big Lazy 'Hell In A Handbasket'
The Detroit Cobras 'Slipping Around'
Reigning Sound 'Straight Shooter'
Scott H. Biram 'Blood, Sweat and Murder'
Th' Legendary Shack Shakers 'Blood on the Bluegrass'
The Cramps 'Domino'
The Black Angels 'Bloodshounds on My Trail'
Wovenhand 'Long Horn'
The Velvet Underground 'Hey Mr Rain'