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recorded on August 26, 2019

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This week 1 lucky WUMB Members will win a copy of the CD "Between The Country" by Ian Noe!

The winners will be announced on the morning of Friday September 20.
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Growing up, Ian Noe was drawn to songwriters like Tom T. Hall and Dwight Yoakam. In 2007, he won Appalachian StarSearch with his song "Don't Let The Morning Bring Ya Down" and after that he recorded a collection of his work as an eponymous album. He worked on an oil rig during the day and made music at night. He earned the opportunity to open for Colter Wall and that's when he started to grow a fan base. Landing a contract with Thirty Tigers, Noe made his debut full length album in Nashville with producer Dave Cobb.

Between The Country is Noe's debut album with stories of defiance and despair. "Barbara's Song" tells the story of a train crash in 1904 that makes the listener feel like they're right there with a melody that you just can't get out of your head. Noe has a talent for switching his narrative from modern lyrics to those that can include fighting against the elements with hints of love. "Letter to Madeline", "Loving You" and "Dead on the River (Rolling Down)" are intentionally slower placed while "That Kind of Love" and "It Today Doesn't Do Me In" are positive and upbeat.

Between The Country
Track List

Side A
1. Irene (Ravin' Bomb)
2. Barbara's Song
3. Junk Town
4. Letter To Madeline
5. Loving You

Side B
1. That Kind of Life
2. Dead on the River (Rolling Down)
3. If Today Doesn't Do Me In
4. Meth Head
5. Between The Country

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