Fox Front Porch November Playlist

Fox Front Porch November Playlist

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The Fox Front Porch Playlist
Sunday November 3, 2013

Playlist

Artist & Song Title

City

1

Ben Brand
Don’t Think I Ain’t Thinking About It

Walnut Ridge

2

Chelsea Savage
Rambler

Batesville

3

Robbie Johnson
You Do

Jonesboro

4

Ben Brand
Cheap Cologne

Walnut Ridge

5

Katy Bishop
Unraveled (Live Version)

Jonesboro

6

Adam McLoy
Love Tonight

Jonesboro

7

Maggie Thorn
I Don’t Know

Bloomfield, MO

8

Zac & Emily
Living From A Tip Jar

Pocahontas

9

Ben Brand
Want To Be Wanted

Walnut Ridge

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