Blitzen Trapper‘s version of American folk song “Man Of Constant Sorrow” is featured in the latest episode of hit US TV series Fargo (Series 2, Episode 6).
It’s a a song that, over the years, has been recorded by the likes of Ginger Baker’s Air Force, with non other than Denny Lane (of Moody Blues & Wings) on lead vocal, and Bob Dylan but is probably best known in recent history from a version recorded for the film “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”, performed by Dan Tyminski and credited as the fictional “Soggy Bottom Boys”.
The Lost Brothers appeared on The Imelda May Show on RTE TV in Ireland last week. Sadly, the main performance & interview is not available outside Ireland but an “extra” of the duo performing Gold and Silver, from their new album New Songs of Dawn and Dust, is viewable on the RTE player here.
Pugwash performing “Fall Down” on BBC2 in Northern Ireland