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Holler Weekly Ep.09

Every Tuesday, London's Baylen Leonard and Nashville's Kelly Sutton discuss the week in Country, Americana and Roots, from both sides of the pond.

Holler Weekly Podcast Ep 9 with Baylen Leonard and Kelly Sutton

Every Tuesday, London's Baylen Leonard and Nashville's Kelly Sutton discuss the week in Country, Americana and Roots, from both sides of the pond.

May 25, 2021 8:00 am GMT
Last Edited June 28, 2023 10:49 am GMT

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It's safe to say Baylen and Kelly have some very particular expectations for Garth Brooks' forthcoming National Geographic series on national parks this week - if Garth's not standing in the middle of a dried brook singing 'River Runs Dry', they aren't having it.

Also this week - the pair rave about the stunning new album from Allison Russell, who's thoughtful and candid choices for Cuts The Deepest are also a subject of discussion.

Finally, ahead of the release of a limited edition LP that captures some of the best performances from the famed circle through the past year in quarantine, they share their personal experiences of being on the Grand Ole Opry stage - national tours of Pinocchio and readings of Christmas stories included.

Check out the full features on Holler now:

Cuts The Deepest: Allison Russell - https://holler.country/feature/cuts-the-deepest-allison-russell

Long-Read: The Opry In Lockdown - Coming soon!

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