Hello my friends and welcome to another episode of the Tokens podcast, Dispatches from the Buckle. This week we continue with the year-in-review festivities as we've turned our social media editor loose on the first year material to create another "best of" show. This week, we hear from our back catalogue of hymns and spirituals, including an instrumental version of "What a Friend We Have in Jesus"—a performance that features Aubrey Haynie's "broke bow" style of fiddle, allowing him to play chords on his violin, most outstanding, indeed—next we share Odessa Settles' rendition of "Were You There", followed by "There is a Fountain" performed by Buddy Greene, Vince Gill, Sonya Isaacs, and our host Lee C. Camp. And we conclude with an excerpt from Odessa's performance of "Oh Freedom" from our Civil War Show.
A reminder that tickets are on sale for our upcoming Ryman show the Sunday prior to Thanksgiving; visit tokensshow.com/tickets for more information. And Tokens on WSM-650AM continues this Sunday at six o'clock pm central and will feature songs from our Justice Songs Tokens Show.
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Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COMand the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?