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Jon Lapensee Covers 'Folson Prison Blues' and 'Wagon Wheels'

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Jon Lapensee Covers 'Folson Prison Blues' and 'Wagon Wheels'

Nobodies Are Somebodies Podcast guest Jon Lapensee warmed up his voice and his guitar before doing the show by playing us a cover of one of his favorite songs, the legendary Johnny Cash's Folson Prison Blues. He does a great job with it. The video was originally recorded in the outskirts in the country therefore WIFI was not at it's best when it was recorded LIVE on Facebook, but this is pretty good, and Jon is even better. Jon also warmed up with a nice cover of 'Wagon Wheels' by Darius Rucker, which was his audition song for Contest the...

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Matthew Johnston - The Man and His Music

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Matthew Johnston - The Man and His Music

Matthew Johnston played Live! in Chad Vice's Chevrolet Bruise

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Live music on my podcast? It Happened...

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Live music on my podcast? It Happened...

Singer/Songwriter/Actress Penelope Goranson playing live for an episode of the Nobodies Are Somebodies podcast

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The Best Songs Are At the End’ or ‘Save The Best For Last

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The Best Songs Are At the End’ or ‘Save The Best For Last

Desserts. Picking players for teams. Giving good news after shockingly bad news. These are some examples of saving the best for last. Deferring Gratification. In this article, I’m deferring gratification in records talking about some of my favorite songs on albums that are found at the very end of the album. For arguments sake, let’s skip over albums that have bonus tracks or hidden tracks at the end, which would technically be the last track(s). I mean, let’s not get too proper here; it’s only rock n’ roll (or pop or country, as the case may be!). So I’ll stick to regular...

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An Article By Mental Floss: 10 Records You Might Have Owned That Are Now Worth a Fortune

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An Article By Mental Floss: 10 Records You Might Have Owned That Are Now Worth a Fortune

10 Records You Might Have Owned That Are Now Worth a Fortune BY ANDREW LASANE What goes around comes around, and we don't just mean records on a turntable. Audiophiles swear by the sound quality of vinyl over CDs, MP3s, and other files, and now younger generations are starting to see the light. Vinyl sales continue to increase each year as CD sales drop, which means that more and more young people are borrowing albums from their parents or buying their own, while those who grew up with them are perhaps dusting off their cherished collections. New records are typically...

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