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Artist Countdown: Confederate Railroad Top 30 Hits 7:30pm ET

Confederate RailroadConfederate Railroad is an American country rock band founded in 1987 in Marietta, Georgia by Danny Shirley (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Michael Lamb (lead guitar), Mark Dufresne (drums), Chris McDaniel (keyboards), Warren “Gates” Nichols (steel guitar) and Wayne Secrest (bass guitar). After serving as a backing band for outlaw country act David Allan Coe, the band signed to a recording contract with Atlantic Records, releasing their self-titled debut album that year.
Throughout the 1990s, they released four more albums for Atlantic.

Confederate Railroad has released six studio albums. In addition, more than twenty of their singles have entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Only two changes in membership have occurred, both in the late 1990s-early 2000s: Michael Lamb was replaced by Jimmy Dormire on lead guitar, and Cody McCarver took over for Chris McDaniel, the band’s original keyboardist. In addition to his work with Confederate Railroad, McCarver has released one solo album and two singles. Dormire was replaced in 2008 by Rusty Hendrix.

The band’s most recent studio album, a compilation of cover songs entitled Cheap Thrills, was issued on the independent Shanachie label in 2007. The band released their first live album, Confederate Railroad Live: Back to the Barrooms, on the E1 Music label on June 15, 2010. -Wikipedia

1 Queen of Memphis
2 Trashy Women
3 Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind
4 Jesus and Mama
5 Elvis and Andy
6 When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back
7 When and Where
8 She Never Cried
9 She Took It Like a Man
10 Bill’s Laundromat, Bar and Grill
11 When He Was My Age
12 What Brothers Do
13 See Ya
14 Summer in Dixie
15 She Treats Her Body Like a Temple
16 The Big One
17 Cowboy Cadillac
18 Toss a Little Bone
19 White Trash with Money
20 Please Come to Boston
21 Keep on Rockin’
22 Redneck Romeo
23 I Hate Rap
24 Still One Outlaw Left
25 Notorious
26 Long Gone
27 Roll The Dice
28 Right Track, Wrong Train
29 Three Versus
30 Sunday Morning and Saturday Night