Rock N Roll Manifesto 113: Murder in the Country

I’ve been wanting to do this show for a long time, but didn’t have quite enough material for a full show until a few days ago, thanks to hours of digging on the internet, suggestions from listeners, and some help from the great T. Tex Edwards.

What we have here is two hours of some of the creepiest, most deranged country and folk music ever made, all with one theme in common: murder.

There’s nothing good or cool about any kind of violence, and especially not murder, but there’s something oddly fascinating about these songs. They’re like a train wreck you can’t look away from, little horror movies in musical form.

The Beer Minute was the legendary Founders Breakfast Stout. There was no Brats in Leather Jackets segment this week, but it will return next week.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this show as much as I enjoyed putting it together.

About Greg Lonesome

Greg Lonesome is the host of the Rock N Roll Manifesto, a weekly live Internet radio show airing Wednesdays from 7:45-10:00pm Eastern time on Greg is a record collector, music geek, craft beer lover and chiIihead.
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2 Responses to Rock N Roll Manifesto 113: Murder in the Country

  1. Love it. My fav GnR song is I used to Lover, But I had to Kill Her. Love your concept. If yo have a banner we would love to place it on our page. Needs to be higher in height as opposed to width. 🙂

  2. Robert in Sweden.... says:

    I’ve said it before but will say it again. absolutely superb music. would be brilliant to have another show in the Country spirit, thanks Mr. Lonesome ..and the rest who helped with show 113 ..

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