Discovery Corner on BTR

Premiere DateMar 2, 2015
Categories Media Music
00:00 Introducing
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01:02 Oh, St. Jude Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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02:37 Long Way Back Home Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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05:26 Lights on the Highway Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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09:33 Drink the Bottle Dry Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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12:30 Mad Man's Eyes Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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14:44 If I Were Around Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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17:32 Bad Rise Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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20:44 Mic Break
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21:04 Interview with Tyler Rougeux
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38:17 Mic Break
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39:08 Leavin' Here Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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42:16 2025 Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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43:19 Cross City Trade Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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46:51 You Can Drive My Car Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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50:23 Come Down Tonight Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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53:05 Letters to Rosemary Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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56:43 Old Lost Tears Whiskey Folk Ramblers
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61:06 Finish
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Photo courtesy of the band

Hello and welcome to Discovery Corner on BTR! We’re heading back to Texas to hear the lonesome cowboy romp of the Whiskey Folk Ramblers, a collective of blues, folk, bluegrass and good ole rock ‘n roll. They tip their hats to the classic Spaghetti Westerns and borrow from the brass country soundtracks as inspiration. Their most recent record is the perfect amalgamation of the band’s sound. It’s called The Lonesome Underground.

I take a moment to talk with Tyler Rougeux, the vocalist, harmonica player, and guitar player behind the Whiskey Folk Ramblers. He shares his experiences on the road, going through tough lineup changes, and the classic roots where he finds his inspiration. But enough words, check out the tunes for yourself.

And don’t forget to check out the Discovery Artist feature on Whiskey Folk Ramblers!

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Upcoming Tour Dates

04/17/15 – The Prophet Bar, Dallas, TX

Photo Courtesy of the band

Zach Schepis worked at BTR from 2013-2017 as an intern, staff writer, podcast producer, and Editor-in-Chief for BTRread.

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