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She has recorded four CDs; her debut album Road to Columbus was released in 2006, and the follow-up 6-song EP Creekside was released in 2007. She realized a live CD "Live at Roadhouse Rags" in 2009 and her most recent EP Feels Like Home was released in 2010. She won the Daniel Pearl Memorial Violin award in 2007, named for Daniel Pearl and given by the foundation named for him, which promotes "Harmony for Humanity. She was also an official performer at the 2010 and 2011 Austin City Limits Music Festival. Road to Columbus (2006)
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Roadhouse Blues" is a song by the American rock band the Doors. Written by Jim Morrison, it appeared as the B-side of "You Make Me Real", and was first released as a single from the album Morrison Hotel in March 1970; it peaked at on the . Billboard Hot 100. The song quickly became a concert staple for the group and it has been covered by numerous artists.
Ruby Jane Smith is an American fiddle player, singer, and songwriter in the traditional bluegrass and Americana music genres. The youngest fiddler invited to play the Grand Ole Opry, Smith has toured and recorded with Asleep at the Wheel’s Ray Benson, Drake Bell, and Willie. Road to Columbus (2006). Creekside (EP, 2007). Live At Roadhouse Rags (2009). Feels Like Home (EP, 2010). Celebrity (empire of emptiness) (2012). Retrieved 2010-01-10.
from Live from Roadhouse Rags by Ruby Jane. from Live from Roadhouse Rags, track released February 14, 2010 Ruby Jane. some rights reserved. On Sidelong, Sarah Shook & the Disarmers fill raucous country songs with tales of hard living. Bandcamp Album of the Day May 9, 2017. Lubbock (on everything) by Terry Allen. Terry Allen's 1979 country classic gets a deluxe, 2xLP reissue courtesy of Paradise of Bachelors, with tip-on gatefold sleeve.
Roadhouse Blues Written by Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger, John Densmore and Ray Manzarek Produced by Jimmy Iovine Performed by The Jeff Healey Band Courtesy of Arista Records. I Sold My Soul to Rock and Roll Written by Klaus Thiel and Paul Psilias Performed by Bullet Courtesy of Arista Records. These Arms of Mine Written by Otis Redding Performed by Otis Redding Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. By Arrangement with Warner Special Projects.
The Roadhouse World Flair competition is the longest running and most prestigious flair competition in the world. A truly world famous location recognised as the mecca for flair bartenders world wide. Why is Flair so popular at Roadhouse? Many competitors will talk of the extreme pressure they feel taking to the stage. Performing in front of 500 spectators and some of the world’s best bar tenders can be pretty daunting but smash that killer move and you’ll be a hero with an eruption from the crowd!
CreditsThe Ruby Jane Show - Primary Artist
|1||Minor Swing||The Ruby Jane Show||6:28|
|2||Beautiful You, Happy Me||The Ruby Jane Show||5:39|
|3||Smile On||The Ruby Jane Show||4:57|
|4||Take Your Hand||The Ruby Jane Show||5:16|
|5||Nuages||The Ruby Jane Show||7:33|
|6||Waltzin'||The Ruby Jane Show||5:30|
|7||Valse Sur Un Baton||The Ruby Jane Show||4:19|
|8||Greasy World||The Ruby Jane Show||8:22|
|9||Anti-Gravity||The Ruby Jane Show||5:33|
|10||Free||The Ruby Jane Show||4:01|