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The Spinney Brothers Tour Their Country, Canada

The Spinney BrothersIt may not seem like a big deal that The Spinney Brothers, who live in Canada, are promoting a Canadian tour. But for a band that spends 75% of their lives touring the U.S., well, it really is a big deal to stay in their home country for a change! They'll be embarking on an 11-day trek that will take them through an extensive tour of the Province of Ontario as part of the winter concert series produced by the Northern Bluegrass Committee. The tour runs March 13th through 23rd.

Good news for those waiting on new music from The Spinney Brothers - the record is almost complete! All the tracks and vocals have been recorded and editing and mixing have begun. With Ron Stewart once again at the producing helm, the band plans to have the project in the hands of their record label by the end of May with an expected release in September! The yet-to-be-titled CD features a cross selection of new songs including 2 originals from within the band as well as a new song from noted writers Bill Castle and Steve Watts, titled "Got My Music From Bill." Be sure to stay tuned to the band's website at www.SpinneyBrothers.com for more news on the what will be the band's 3rd release for Mountain Fever Records!

The Spinney Brothers reunited with an original member of their band from over 25 years ago when Steve Jackson performed "Fox On The Run" with them at a recent concert in Florida. Steve's parents took Rick to his first bluegrass festival back in 1987, and Steve and Rick also performed this same song together at their high school graduation. Rick tells us, "Steve suffered a stroke in 1990 and although it changed the course of his life, it didn't change his great, positive attitude and outgoing personality." The reunion was captured on video and shared on the band's Facebook page. You can view it by following this link

The Spinney Brothers reunited with an original member of their band from over 25 years ago when Steve Jackson performed

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