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!earshot charts - august 2011 - top 20 folk/roots/blues

Asterisk (*) denotes Canadian artists. All !earshot charts in this issue reflect actual airplay on campus/community stations during the month of August 2011. Charts are weighted according to broadcast range and market size. To view older charts from as far back as 1999, go to our charts archive.


top 200 >> electronic | hip hop | international | jazz | loud | folk/roots/blues | main charts page

Rank Artist Title Label
1 Deep Dark Woods * The Place I Left Behind Six Shooter
2 The Weather Station * All Of It Was Mine You've Changed
3 Blackie And The Rodeo Kings * Kings and Queens File Under: Music
4 Gillian Welch The Harrow and the Harvest Acony
5 Matt Masters * All-Western Winners Saved By Vinyl
6 One Hundred Dollars * Songs of Man Outside
7 William Elliott Whitmore Field Songs Anti-
8 Shaela Miller Threesome* Love Is Brave Self-Released
9 Various * National Parks Project Last Gang
10 Frederick Squire * Sings Shenandoah and Other Popular Hits Blue Fog
11 Pokey LaFarge and The South City Three Middle of Everywhere Free Dirt
12 The Warped 45s * Matador Sunset Pheromone
13 Ingrid Gatin * Time Will Change Us, Vol. 1 Pipe and Hat
14 Neil Young * International Harvesters: A Treasure Reprise
15 Wagons Rumble, Shake and Tumble Six Shooter
16 David Gogo * Soul Bender Cordova Bay
17 Amanda Rheaume * Light of Another Day Self-Released
18 Doug Paisley * Constant Companion No Quarter
19 Treeline & Sean Brewer * Prairie Sentimentalist Self-Released
20 April Verch * That's How We Run Slab Town


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