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  1. Brashicage says:
    The Shiftless Rounders are blazing their own trail through the wilds of North American folk music. Comprised of Phill Saylor Wisor (clawhammer banjo, guitar and vocals) and Ben Sidelinger (resophonic guitar and vocals), this young duo plays old ballads and breakdowns with as much passion, intensity and humility as they do their own original compositions.
  2. Tusida says:
    "STRIPMALL BALLADS is the moniker of Phillips Saylor Wisor. The founding member of The Shiftless Rounders he’s been working as Stripmall Ballads since And like the wispy breeze off of an R.E.M.-esque saga, the intangible talents of Phillips comes to the .
  3. Dabei says:
    April March - It Goes Without Saying music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  4. Toktilar says:
    The Rounders could back up the outrageousness with impeccable chops--both instrumental and vocal--and an obvious love for hillbilly songs and spirit. HOLY MODAL ROUNDERS, VOL. 1 + 2 compiles their first two albums in one place, resequenced to reflect the band's original plan/5(22).
  5. Vudosho says:
    Many of those albums are by the cream of the crop of Alberta bands – Old Reliable and its various spin offs The Swiftys, Mark Davis, Shuyler Jansen, as well as Terry Morrison, the Shiftless Rounders and AA Sound System.
  6. Dourr says:
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  7. Yozshum says:
    ‎(places) by The Shiftless Rounders on Apple Music Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  8. Digul says:
    One of my favorite Townes tunes, and one that I learned from some go od friends years ago who had a band called The Shiftless Rounders (way before social media)- they played it more like an old time tune, so I tried to pay homage with the instrumental sections having a more modal/drone feel. Just me and my Martin Guitar D into a single mic. Black Lives Still Matter.
  9. Gashura says:
    One of my favorite Townes tunes, and one that I learned from some good friends years ago who had a band called The Shiftless Rounders (way before social media)- they played it more like an old time tune, so I tried to pay homage with the instrumental sections having a more modal/drone feel. Just me and my Martin Guitar D into a single mic.

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