Watch Tom Brosseau Sing A Murder Ballad In A Church Courtyard After midnight in Austin, Texas, we asked Tom Brosseau to sing us a lullaby in a church courtyard. The folk singer chose an unrecorded song called "Will Henry."
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Tom Brosseau: South X Lullaby

After midnight in Austin, Texas, during the SXSW Music Festival, we asked folk singer Tom Brosseau to sing us a lullaby in a church courtyard. Brosseau chose an unrecorded song, a murder ballad called "Will Henry."

Set List

  • "Will Henry"

Credits

Producers: Bob Boilen, Mito Habe-Evans.

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