Trail Mix December – 2011

It’s hard to believe that 2011 has come and gone.  What a great year for Trail Mix – Twelve months, a couple hundred tunes showcasing two festivals, three record labels, and a collection of the most tremendous artists you can find – for free – online.  Folks, the word is spreading on where to find the best in new roots music.  It’s right here on Trail Mix.

To wrap up the year, we thought we’d toss a mix of what we consider to be the Best of 2011.  We thought about doing The Eleven Best of 2011 . . . but we went with twelve instead!

Here they are . . .

“A Long, Cold Night in Minneapolis,” from Bright Lights, by Dead Man Winter
“West Side Street,” from The Place I Left Behind, by The Deep Dark Woods
“Broke Down,” from Sorrow & Smoke, by Slaid Cleaves
“Eula Mae,” from Please Make Welcome, by The Whiskey Gentry
“When You’re Away,” from American Story, by Bearfoot
“Trouble Won’t Last Always,” from Long Live All Of Us, by Glossary
“Night Rider” from Down On The Bikini Line, by Jonny Corndawg
“Bear Dog Grit,” from Beat The Devil And Carry The Rail, by Noam Pikelny
“State/Meant,” from Megafaun, by Megafaun
“Fun,” from Rocket, by Danny Barnes
“Sneaky Snake,” from I Love: Tom T. Hall’s Songs of Fox Hollow, by Buddy Miller (featuring Duane Eddy)
“Cumulus,” from Oddfellows Road, by The Bee Eaters

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