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Down Home Country playlist for 04/19/2020

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Mary LamontWhat Was Right For YouNot Far From Here
Mary LamontCome OnNot Far From Here
Mary LamontNot Far From HereNot Far From Here
Della MaeTake One DayDella Mae
Della MaeNo ExpectationsDella Mae
OutlawsKnocksville Girl
Willie NelsonGotta Get Drunk
Willie NelsonLet's Chase Each Other Around The Room Tonight
Willie NelsonBloody Mary Morning
Gary P. NunnThe Last Thing I Needed, The First Thing This MorningHome With The Armadillo
Merle HaggardYesterdays Wine
Willie NelsonYesterdays Wine

Habanero filling in for Debbie!

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Governor Cuomo issued executive order 202.20 allowing New Yorkers to obtain a marriage license remotely and allowing clerks to perform ceremonies via video conference, a practice that is banned under current law.

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