We Celebrate Mountains on Episode Three of The Forgotten Country Radio Show

From “The Big Rock Candy Mountain” by Harry McClintock to “Half Moon Rising” by Yonder Mountain String Band, it’s all about mountains on Episode Three of The Forgotten Country Radio Show.

Ever since The Bristol Sessions were first recorded in 1927 in Bristol, Tennessee by Victor Talking Machine Company producer Ralph Peer, country music has had a strong connection to the mountains–especially the Appalachian Mountains.

On this episode, Matt Hildreth and Drew Morgan discuss Country Music’s connection to the mountains and celebrate the last hundred years of recorded mountain music.

So it’s a bluegrass heavy episode as the bluegrass connection is especially strong to Appalachia.

Listen to Episode Three of The Forgotten Country Radio Show

Track Listing of the Forgotten Country Radio Show

Not on Spotify? Here’s the tracks highlighted on Episode Three.

“The Big Rock Candy Mountain” by Harry McClintock

“Appalachia Haze” by Ian Noe

“Mountain Dew” by Ralph Stanley

“High on a Mountain Top” by Loretta Lynn

“Mountain Music” by Alabama

“Early Morning Breeze” by Dolly Parton

“Blue Side Of The Mountain” by The SteelDrivers

“The Mountain” by Levon Helm

“Foggy Mountain Breakdown” by Earl Scruggs

“High on the Mountain” by Ola Belle Reed

Blue Ridge Mountainby Hurray For The Riff Raff

“High on That Mountain” by Vince Gill

“Rocky Top” by Lynn Anderson

“Rocky Mountain Ranger” by Colter Wall

“Mountain Song” by Flatland Cavalry

“Smoky Mountain Rain” by Ronnie Milsap

“Smokey Mountain Taxi” by Adam Carroll

“Half Moon Rising” by Yonder Mountain String Band 

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