Sideline- Front and Center review

Sideline Front and Center Mountain Home Music Company Well, there’s thirteen hundred and fifty two Guitar pickers in Nashville And they can pick more notes than the number of ants On a Tennessee ant hill…        –John Sebastian, 1966 The same could be said for North Carolina, home base of Sideline. With three… Continue reading Sideline- Front and Center review

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Balsam Range- It’s Christmas Time review

Balsam Range It’s Christmas Time Mountain Home Music Company Considering I’ve yet to experience the group in concert, I would still place Balsam Range on my list of contemporary ‘top ten’ bluegrass bands. I’ve written about them several times (Here, here,  here, here, and again here) and I am certain they have never disappointed me… Continue reading Balsam Range- It’s Christmas Time review

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The Grascals- Before Breakfast review

The Grascals Before Breakfast Mountain Home Music Company The Grascals can be counted on to deliver, every eighteen months or so, another collection of mountain solid, formidable and smooth bluegrass. Over nine albums and one very fun EP, The Grascals have consistently been one of bluegrass music’s stellar outfits. While not everything they have ever… Continue reading The Grascals- Before Breakfast review

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Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver- Life Is A Story review

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver Life Is A Story Mountain Home Music Company Let’s be honest up front, and I trust that is why you visit Fervor Coulee—Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver were one of the first bluegrass bands I experienced (on album) and I have spent many hours enjoying their music. When I first encountered them… Continue reading Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver- Life Is A Story review

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