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Old Crow Medicine Show goes live for DVD

Wednesday, July 1, 2009 – Old Crow Medicine Show will release their first live concert DVD, "Live at the Orange Peel and Tennessee Theatre," on Aug. 18.

Directed by Lee Tucker, who also directed the band's videos for Wagon Wheel and Tell It To Me), "Live at the Orange Peel and Tennessee Theatre" was recorded over two nights last December and features performances of 20 songs - 15 from the band's 3 studio albums ("OCMS," "Big Iron World" and "Tennessee Pusher") - including Tell It To Me, Down Home Girl, Alabama High-Test and Wagon Wheel. The DVD also includes five tracks from their live repertoire not found on their three studio albums: Wheeling Breakdown, Raise A Ruckus, Reuben's Train, Sally Anne and Shack #9.

The track listing is:
1. Hard To Love
2. Down Home Girl
3. Trials And Troubles
4. I Hear Them All
5. Wheeling Breakdown
6. Raise A Ruckus
7. Caroline
8. Mary's Kitchen
9. Alabama High-Test
10. Reuben's Train
11. Hard To Tell
12. Humdinger
13. Next Go 'Round
14. Tennessee Pusher
15. Sally Anne
16. Wagon Wheel
17. Tell It To Me
18. Fall On My Knees
19. Tell It To Me (reprise)
20. CC Rider
21. Shack #9

OCMS, along with Dave Rawlings Machine (featuring Gillian Welch), The Felice Brothers and Justin Townes Earle, will tour as The Big Surprise Tour, a traveling show of collaboration kicking off in Hampton Beach, N.H. on Aug. 4.

Tour dates are:
Aug. 4 - Hampton Beach, NH - Casino Ballroom
Aug. 5 - Boston, MA - House Of Blues
Aug. - New York, NY - Beacon Theatre
Aug. 7 - Philadelphia, PA - Electric Factory
Aug. 9 - Charlottesville, VA - Charlottesville Pavilion
Aug. 10 - Cary, NC - Koka Booth Amphitheatre
Aug. 12 - Louisville, KY - Waterfront Park
Aug. 13 - Nashville, TN - Riverfront Park
Aug. 14 - Knoxville, TN - World's Fair Park

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