Old Crow Medicine Show (OCMS) reveal more details for the broadcast of their sold-out show on December 31, 2012 at the Ryman Auditorium. The show will broadcasted live by Sirius XM Outlaw Country (Channel 60) as well as WSM 650 AM Radio, home of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry.
Outlaw DJ Elizabeth Cook will be hosting the Sirius XM broadcast. Outlaw Country, created and executive produced by E Street Band member "Little Steven" Van Zandt, is home to the freaks, misfits, outcasts, rebels, and renegades of country music.
Listeners who can't tune in to the band's performance via Sirius XM can hear the performance broadcast live on WSM 650 AM radio or streamed at wsmonline.com. WSM 650 AM is the most famed country music station in the world. Each day, the station shares country, bluegrass, and Americana as well as the excitement of Music City with listeners around the world.
WSM 650 AM will go live with opener Pokey LaFarge's set at 10:00 PM ET/9:00 PM CT and Old Crow's set at 11:30 PM ET/10:30 PM CT. Sirius XM will only broadcast Old Crow's set at 11:30 PM ET/10:30 CT.
OCMS have spent the latter half of 2012 touring in support of their fourth full-length studio album, Carry Me Back, which was released on July 17. The album achieved the highest chart position in the band's career. The album has been the #1 Bluegrass Album in Billboard Magazine for 20 weeks.
Old Crow recently received a Grammy nomination in the Long Form Video category for the film Big Easy Express -- a documentary about last year's Railroad Revival Tour with OCMS, Mumford & Sons, and Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros.
OCMS (Ketch Secor, Critter Fuqua, Kevin Hayes, Morgan Jahnig, Gill Landry, and Chance McCoy) spend most of their time on the road, and have made a name for themselves as energetic performers with an unbridled spirit.