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!earshot charts - february 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 February 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.


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Rank Artist Title Label
1 Twilight Hotel * When The Wolves Go Blind Self-Released
2 Jenn Grant * Honeymoon Punch Six Shooter
3 Wanda Jackson The Party Ain't Over Third Man
4 Iron And Wine Kiss Each Other Clean Warner
5 The Breakmen * Heartwood Self-Released
6 The Rizdales * How The Marriage Ended! Self-Released
7 The Avenues The Avenues Self-Released
8 Brock Zeman * Ya Ain't Crazy Henny Penny Mud Music
9 The Decemberists The King is Dead Capitol
10 Roomful Of Blues Hook, Line & Sinker Alligator
11 Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk* Stories From Home Self-Released
12 Jess Reimer * Sweet Darling And Sorrow Self-Released
13 Spring Breakup * It's Not You, It's Me Self-Released
14 Various Coal Miner's Daughter: A Tribute To Loretta Lynn Sony
15 Jacquie Drew * Red Hot Candy Heart Self-Released
16 The Wailin' Jennys * Bright Morning Stars True North
17 Oliver Swain * In A Big Machine Self-Released
18 The Unsettlers * Oil & Blood Self-Released
19 The Olympic Symphonium * The City Won't Have Time to Fight Forward Music Group
20 The Rural Alberta Advantage * Departing Paper Bag


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