Highly anticipated album from one of Bluegrass music’s most critically acclaimed bands.After nearly twenty-five years of consistently entertaining audiences in concert and on the airwaves, fans have come to expect nothing but the best from one of the our genre’s most gifted vocalists, Russell Moore, and his always stellar band, IIIrd Tyme Out, featuring Wayne Benson (mandolin), Justen Haynes (fiddle), Keith McKinnon (banjo) and Blake Johnson (bass). The ensemble’s newest album, It’s About Tyme, certainly lives up to expectation.
Get Together: Banana Recalls Youngbloods Classics is an exciting new look at the Youngblood’s most popular songs, rearranged and recorded with new life by Lowell Levinger with guests such as Jesse Colin Young, David Grisman, Ry Cooder and a host of others. Levinger, one of the original founding members of the band along with Young has infused this release with the same eclectic, fun-loving energy that the Youngbloods put into their shows. This Collectors Edition is guaranteed to inspire a new generation and some old fans to embrace the magic created in those Youngblood years.
Much to the excitement of music fans worldwide, Kinks legend Dave Davies will be releasing a new live album titled “Rippin Up New York City: Live at the City Winery”. The recordings were culled from two exciting live performances by Dave and his band in NYC in November 2014.
Says Dave, “I’m very excited about the live album and the band sounds great. my son Simon did a great job helping me with the production. I look forward to seeing you all on the road this fall.”
Fueled by the emotional struggle of coping with family members affected by mental illness, Ana Egge was compelled to write the 12-song album, Bad Blood, produced by Steve Earle. With Earle’s driving production and Egge’s lilting melodies, ”Bad Blood” conveys compassion and hope for redemption, colored by the dark undercurrent of the subject matter. Obvious in this album, her struggles have been channeled into masterful folk music, and Ana has been proclaimed ”The Nina Simone of folk” (by Lucinda Williams).