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On 'Remedy,' Old Crow Medicine Show Gets A Favor From Bob Dylan

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On 'Remedy,' Old Crow Medicine Show Gets A Favor From Bob Dylan

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On 'Remedy,' Old Crow Medicine Show Gets A Favor From Bob Dylan

On 'Remedy,' Old Crow Medicine Show Gets A Favor From Bob Dylan

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I learned more from Bob Dylan's songs than I did from any class, in any time, at any school in my life.

— Ten years after Ketch Secor brought an unfinished Bob Dylan song to Old Crow Medicine Show and made it a hit ("Wagon Wheel"), Dylan returned the favor and gave the band another sketch of a song, "Sweet Amarillo." It appears on a new album by Old Crow Medicine Show, titled Remedy. Hear a conversation with Secor at the audio link above.

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