We have a wee contest going…..by submitting your email address you’ll get a free download of the title track off of “Sing in My Meadow” (due for release on Oct 18th) and you’ll also be eligible for a whole bunch of groovy prizes. Click the “Free Download and Contest” box on the right side of the your screen for more info. Enjoy the music.
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Love all your music
Come play in Austin, TX!
Great Stuff, keep it coming.
Great Stuff, keep it coming
Love the Nomad series! I own the first two and anticipating the third and fourth!
I really enjoy your music, good luck with your new CD !
Best regards, Paul
Love Margo’s voice like no other!
Thanks for the free preview. Looking forward to the release.
Rock on, CJ
Love this song, love that it was free, am listening to it right now. Thank you.
I cannot locate the button to enter the contest. It is nowhere on my screen. Your assistance would be greatly appreciated and thank you for your help.
Click the box on the right of the screen that says “Free Download and Contest”. That will bring you to a screen that asks you to sign up…do so and your email will be entered for the prizes.
Love all of your music !!!
Saved as being a favored, I truly like your website!
Just your version of ‘if I fall behind’ and went to iTunes to download, but it wasnt available. Can I purchase this lively haunting ballot on line?
Hi Cindy, this song is only available on our website. If you go to the Exclusives section of the website (http://latentrecordings.com/cowboyjunkies/exclusive/). you’ll find the song in “Margos’ Corner – The Ty Tyrfu Sessions”. Unfortunately you can’t download a single song in this section and need to purchase the whole album. But you can listen for free.
Digging the Cowboys now for the past 10 years. I want them all!
The real mystic Junkies sound is back, this is why i love the Nomad series like i loved the trinity sessions.
Nobody played “Sweet Jane” ever better than the Junkies.