Buddy Miller With Marc Ribot, 'Cold, Cold Heart' "With apologies to Hank Williams," singer Miller and guitarist Ribot perform an ornate cover.

Americana Music Awards

Buddy Miller With Marc Ribot, 'Cold, Cold Heart'XPN

A frequent winner at the Americana Music Association's Honors & Awards ceremonies, singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer Buddy Miller led this year's awards-show house band. His supporting players included Chad Cromwell, Fats Kaplin, Dominic Davis, Ian Fitchuk, Don Was, the McCrary Sisters and Little Feat founding member Bill Payne.

In a special feature, Miller was joined by guitarist Marc Ribot. Together — "with apologies to Hank Williams," he said — Miller performed an ornate cover of Williams' "Cold, Cold Heart."

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