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Folsom Prisoners
Traditional Country

Folsom Prisoners started innocently enough with the exchanging of business cards. That first rehearsal lasted for most of 5 hours and when they stopped they had traveled from Nashville to the 1940's and back. 'Pure Country' is not a term Folsom Prisoners take lightly. The 'Classic Country', vintage sounds of Folsom Prisoners should have pops and skips when they play, NOT throw backs or retro, they never left.

Vintage instruments, vintage amplifiers and vintage clothing ensure a old time country show. You'll think you just turned on Hee Haw. Make your event sparkle with the authentic sounds and style of Folsom Prisoners.


*Crazy Arms-D-Ray Price,
*Heartaches By the Numbers-G-Ray Price/Dwight Yoakum,
White Sox Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer-C-Johnny Russell,
*Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line-D-Waylon,
*Hello Mary Lou-E-Rick Nelson,
*He Stopped Loving Her Today-G-George Jones,
*Oh Lonesome Me-D-Don Gibson,
*Sixteen Tons-C-Tennessee Ernie Ford,
Merle Haggard:,
*Today I Started Loving You Again-G,
*Swingin' Doors-D,
*Mama Tried-D,
*Love's Gonna Live Here-G-Buck Owens,
Johnny Cash:,
*Folsom Prison Blues-E,
*Ring Of Fire-G,
*Six White Horses-D,
*I Walk the Line-A,
*Big River-E,
*Get Rhythm-E,
*Understand Your Man-C,
*That's Alright Mama-E,
*Blue Moon of Kentucky-E,
*Heartbreak Hotel-C,
*Blue Suede Shoes-E,
*Teddy Bear-C,
*CC Rider-C,
Hank Williams Sr.:,
*Long Gone Lonesome Blues-E,
*Move It On Over-E,
*Your Cheating Heart-C,
*Hey Good Lookin-C,
*If You've Got the Money-C,
(I've Got the Time),
*I'd Love to Lay You Down-D-Conway Twitty,
*Rock In My Shoe-A-Hank Junior,
*Bobby McGee-G-Kristofferson,
Folsom Prisoners - Folsom Prison Blues
Folsom Prisoners - Hello Marylou
Folsom Prisoners - Jambalaya
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