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Corb Lund's new album, Things That Can't Be Undone, is due Oct. 9.
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October 8, 2015 Listen to the outlaw ballad written from the perspective of a Middle East combat veteran, then read the versatile singer-songwriter open up about his craft.
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Corb Lund's new album, Counterfeit Blues, comes out July 1.
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June 22, 2014 The Canadian roots-country singer spins boisterous yarns out of the mundane muck of agrarian existence. Recorded at Sun's Memphis studios, Counterfeit Blues recasts Lund's songs in vintage settings.
Corb Lund performs live on Mountain Stage.
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April 23, 2013 The Canadian singer-songwriter combines cowboy music, Western swing and rockabilly to create a unique blend of country. Here, Lund plays songs from his most recent album, Cabin Fever.
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Corb Lund, who wrote most of Cabin Fever, his new album, in a cabin he built himself.
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August 16, 2012 Rural living isn't easy, as he shows on Cabin Fever, and that's why it makes for such great songs.
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