Ernie Thacker: The Hangman

by Doug Trotter This is an enjoyable listen. Nothing that I would consider really hard driving bluegrass  music, but the songs have bluegrass instrumentation and songs that are reminiscent of Marty Robbins gunslinging ballads. The song that really sticks out … Read More

Dyer Switch: Family Business

First, for those unfamiliar with the Dyer Switch Band; now out of the Albany area they’ve been playing together since 1992, have been inducted into the New York State Country Music Hall of Fame, and were nominated as the Bluegrass … Read More

David Peterson: Comin’ On Strong

by Enrico Scull What a great record. Peterson has that voice that sets a mood for the pure country music of the golden era that we all love. He covers some defining must-haves that anyone looking for a richer repertoire … Read More

Sierra Hull: Secrets

by Pat Dinges I was disappointed on the first listen.  I was expecting a CD packed with instrumentals with the mandolin front and center. After all, Sierra Hull is a gifted mandolin player, right? When I listened to Sierra Hull’s … Read More

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