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10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week: Brent Cobb, Sarah Shook and More

Cobb's royal "King of Alabama," Shook's kiss-off "Good as Gold" and more songs to hear now

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Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, "The Ode"

A down-home bluegrass band from up north, the Wisconsin-based Horseshoes & Hand Grenades root "The Ode" — the title track to their new album — in a fury of fiddle, banjo, gang vocals and galloping stomp. The song is a musical call-to-arms: an invitation to tune in, turn up and sing along. Breaking with their genre's old-school traditions, the group recorded The Ode at Pachyderm Studios in Cannon Falls, Minnesota, where Nirvana tracked In Utero. R.C.

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