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Top 20 of 2022

The Patti Fiasco at the Gryphon Theater – August 2022
The Patti Fiasco at the Gryphon Theater – August 2022

You voted for your favorite songs of 2022. You also voted for your favorite Wyoming albums of the year. We played back the Top 20 of 2022 on Wyoming Sounds Friday, Dec 30th from 9 am to Noon. See the results here!

Wyoming Sounds Top 20 of 2022 (Listener votes)

  1. Alysia Kraft- Little River / Bonnie Raitt Made up Mind (tie) 
  2. Brandi Carlile ft Lucius- You and Me on the Rock 
  3. Tedeschi Trucks Band- Soul Sweet Song 
  4. Willie Nelson ft. Lucinda Williams- Live Forever 
  5. Black Keys- Wild Child 
  6. Caamp - The Otter
  7. Michael Franti- Brighter Day 
  8. Lyle Lovett- 12th of June 
  9. Spoon My Babe 
  10. Jackson Browne- Still Looking for Something 
  11. Keb Mo- Good to Be 
  12. Charlie Crockett- I’m Just a Clown 
  13. Wilco – Falling Apart 
  14. Tyler Childers- Angel Band 
  15. Wynonna & Waxahatchee- Other Side 
  16. Old Crow Medicine Show- Gloryland 
  17. Lonesome Heroes- Lucky By Birth 
  18. Cactus Blossoms- Hey Baby 
  19. Molly Tuttle- She’ll Change / Lissie- Night Moves (tie) 
  20. Soccer Mommy- Shotgun / Black Keys ft. Billy Gibbons – Good Love (tie) 

Top Wyoming Albums/EP’s of 2022 (Listener votes)

  1. Hoi Ann- Hot Summer Nights 
  2. Red Butte- You Could Be Good 
  3. Shawn Hess- Hey Friend 
  4. Alysia Kraft- First Light 
  5. Low Water String Band- Wyoming Wind 
  6. Wolves in Cheap Clothing- Wolves in Cheap Clothing 
  7. Seth McGee- Seth McGee 
  8. Lacy Nelson- Old Fashioned 
  9. Chanman with Baldy Dread- Following the Master 
  10. Reina Collins- Have Love Will Travel: A Tom Petty Tribute 

Honorable mention – Jason Tyler Burton- Last of the Old West

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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.