PopOff! #74 Black History Month Country Music Edition

On today’s episode on PopOff! I present the Black History Month edition of my Sunday live stream Country BBQ. Constantly naming names to people who claimed country music has no black musicians and to prove to the rest Charley Pride and Darius Rucker were and are not the only African-American names in country music here is a mix you can share as proof positive black artists have always been present in one the most enduring music genres the US ever created. Also it’s a lot less chatter and more records that matter. Enjoy!

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SET LIST:

1. The McCary Sisters – Let’s Go/I’m Free
2. Sister Rosetta Tharpe – Can’t Sit Down
3. Mavis Staples – Eyes On The Prize
4. Tina Turner – Bayou Song
5. Stoney Edward – Hank and Lefty Raised My Country Soul
6. Otis Williams & the Midnight Cowboys – How I Got To Memphis
7. Esther Phillips – Release Me
8. Lead Belly – Rock Island Line
9. Charlie McCoy & Bo Chatmon – Corrine Corrina
10. Mississippi Sheiks – Yodeling Fiddling Blues
11. Carolina Chocolate Drops – Cornbread & Butterbeans
12. Odetta – Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright
13. Linda Martell – Color Him Father
14. La Bella Prince – The Man That Made A Woman Out Of Me
15. Herb Jeffries – I’m A Happy Cowboy
16. Dorothy Moore – Misty Blue
17. Murph Gribble, John Lusky, Albert York – Apple Blossom
18. Kaia Kater – Southern Girl
19. Dom Flemons – Texas Easy Street
20. The Ebony Hillbillies – Wang Dang Doodle
21. Yola – Ride Out In The Country
22. Mickey Guyton – Why Baby Why
23. Kareem Salama – A Land Called Paradise
24. Carl Ray – I Stand With This Country
25. Ray Charles & Willie Nelson – Seven Spanish Angels
26. B.B. King & Jerry Reed – In The Sack
27. Petrella – Working In The USA
28. Black Joe Lewis – Mama’s Queen
29. Charley Pride – The Snakes Crawl At Night
30. The Supremes – It Makes No Difference Now
31. OB McClinton – Don’t Let The Green GrassFool You
32. The Pointer Sisters – Fairytale
33. Candi Staton – He Called Me Baby
34. Valerie June – Call My Name
35. Miko Marks & The Ressurectors – Ancestors
36. Charley Crockett – Motel Time Again
37. Aaron Vance – Dark Wolf
38. Rissi Palmer – Seeds
39. Rhiannon Giddeons – Hey Bébé
40. Professor Longhair – Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
41. Brittney Spencer – Compassion
42. Dona Mason – Green Eye’s Cryin’ Through Those Blue Tears
43. Tony Jackson – Last Call
44. Yola – Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
45. Donna Summer – Let’s All Come Together Now
46. Keb’ Mo – God Trying To Get Your Attention

FAVORITES OF SET:
Yola
B.B. King & Jerry Reed
The McCary Sisters – I’m Free

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