Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Erik Koskinen, Charlie Roth & Pat Donohue-Rock Bend Folk Festival, St. Peter, MN-9/8/18

Erik Koskinen, Charlie Roth & Pat Donohue
Minnesota Square Park (Joyce's North Grove Stage)
Rock Bend Folk Festival
St. Peter, MN

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-Audience Recording using Zoom H2 rear internal mics >SD Card>PC>Adobe Audition>CD Wave Editor (split tracks)>TLH>FLAC Level 8
-"A "Midwest Sounds" recording (MWS086)
-Feel free to re-master, share on any other torrent site, convert to MP3, just never ever sell it. Also, if you like this show, please support the artist by buying their music and seeing a show next time they're in your area.

1. Intro
2. Erik Koskinen- Devil's Blues
3. Charlie Roth- Good Times (Ray Bonneville cover)
4. Pat Donohue- It Could Be Worse
5. Erik Koskinen- Broke Down
6. Charlie Roth- I'm The Smile
7. Pat Donohue- Would You Like To Play The Guitar
8. Erik Koskinen- Six Pack Of Beer and A Pack Of Cigarettes
9. Charlie Roth- Y'all Are Going To Hell
10. Pat Donohue- Road To Kingdom Come

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Erik Koskinen  |  Knowing but not didactic, Koskinen channels the ways of Whitman and reverently enters the anthology of uniquely crafted wry songs with the likes of Woody Guthrie and Ry Cooder while speaking as plainly as your neighbor.

Charlie Roth  |  “He has an honesty to his voice, a been-there, lived-it nous that lends his tales credibility and raises his music up a notch or three”- Americana UK on Charlie Roth

“His singing style and his narrative art are a perfect blend of words and meaningful lyrics” - Valsem, Rootstime Netherlands

Pat Donohue  |  Pat is one of the most listened-to finger pickers in the world. As the guitarist for the "Guys All-Star Shoe Band" of Minnesota Public Radio’s A Prairie Home Companion, for twenty years, Pat got to show off his savvy licks and distinctive original songs to millions of listeners each week. Over the years he has captivated audiences with his unique original compositions, dazzling instrumentals and humorous song parodies, including Sushi-Yucki and Would You Like to Play the Guitar?

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