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Top 20 CDs of 2013

WPR's Top 20 CDs of 2013 from listener and staff votes. Thanks to everyone who voted:

1- Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell - Old Yellow Moon
2- Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires of the City
3- Trombone Shorty - Say That to Say This
4- Patty Griffin - American Kid
5- Jason Isbell - Southeastern
6- Paul McCartney - New
7- Steve Martin and Edie Brickell - Love Has Come For You
8- Arcade Fire - Reflektor
9- Eric Clapton - Old Sock
10- Della Mae - This World Oft Can Be
11- David Bowie - The Next Day
12- Tedeschi Trucks Band - Made Up Mind
13- Richard Thompson - Electric
14- Avett Brothers - Magpie and Dandelion
15- Shannon McNally - Small Town Talk
16- Son Volt - Honky Tonk
17- Booker T- Sound the Alarm
18- Tommy Malone - Natural Born Days
19- North Mississippi Allstars - World Boogie is Coming
20- Sarah Jarosz - Build Me Up From Bones

Wyoming/Regional Artists:

1- The Patti Fiasco - Small Town Lights
2- Growling Old Men - Chicken Feed and Bailing Twine
3- Sneaky Pete and the Secret Weapons - The Baitshop Demos/Live at the Pink Garter Theatre
4- Lights Along the Shore - Excursions

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Grady has taken a circuitous route from his hometown of Kansas City to Wyoming. Sometime after the London Bridge had fallen down, he moved to Arizona and attended Arizona State University and actually graduated from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. ("He's a Lumberjack and he's OK……..!") He began his radio career in Prescott in 1982 and eventually returned to Kansas City where he continued in radio through the summer of 1991. Public Radio and the Commonwealth of Kentucky beckoned him to the bluegrass state where he worked as Operations/Program Manager at WKMS in Murray and WNKU in Highland Heights just across the Ohio from Cincinnati.