Always a delight, the Nashville Bluegrass Band is one of the best in any genre. Pure and true to the music, they pull off such classics as the Flatt & Scruggs song "The Johnson Boys" and Ralph Stanley's "Holiday Pickin'" with finesse. They do a wonderful cover of Bob Dylan's "Livin' the Blues" and make the Gillian Welch-David Rawlings tune "Red Clay Halo" feel almost ancient. "All Alone," penned by Candice Randolph, is outstanding, with Alan O'Bryant's banjo calling out to the faithful.
Performance CreditsNashville Bluegrass Band Primary Artist
Stuart Duncan Fiddle,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Pat Enright Guitar,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Gene Libbea Bass,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Alan O'Bryant Banjo,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Roland White Mandolin,Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Technical CreditsNashville Bluegrass Band Producer
Mark Howard Producer,Engineer
Sue Meyer Illustrations
Candice Rudolph Composer
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American Beauty based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This CD has quickly become one of my favorites. The musicians are excellent. It is easy listening for any real bluegrass music lover.