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Darrel Webb Band to Record Live at Carter Family Fold Oct. 14

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Darrel Webb BandDarrell will be doing a live recording from the Fold. Because of this, the concert will be one to listen to only event and there will be no dancing permitted. The show will also be videotaped for a live DVD recording. Come be a part of the excitment of a live recording. This special show at the Carter Family Fold will take place Friday, October 14, 2011.

Darrell Webb has been an icon for over 20 years in bluegrass music, performing with the likes of the Lonesome River Band, J.D. Crowe, Rhonda Vincent and the Rage, lead vocalist and front man for Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper. Darrell's stage presence and ability to entertain a crowd is unmistakable. One of his greatest attributes is being humble to the fans that support him and his talents are admired throughout the bluegrass community.

Darrell Webb’s showmanship and artistry are unmistakable and sure to establish the Darrell Webb Band as one of the most popular new acts on the bluegrass scene. They began the 2010 touring season with an appearance on the award-winning bluegrass television concert series, Song of the Mountains (1-15-10).

Darrell Webb has been a bluegrass music icon for nearly 20 years, touring with the Lonesome River Band, J.D. Crowe, Rhonda Vincent and The Rage and Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper. His vocal talents and musicianship were recognized by Dolly Parton when she invited him to record on two of her bluegrass projects. During his career he has had multiple opportunities to perform at prominent venues, including, The Grand Ole Opry and The Ryman Auditorium.

Jeremy Arrowood on bass, Asa Gravley on guitar, Jacob Joines on resophonic guitar and Chris Wade on banjo make up the rest of the Darrell Webb Band. Each man brings a specific strength and energy to both recording and stage performances.

The Darrell Webb Band’s first album, Bloodline, was released in June 2010 by Rural Rhythm Records. The recording features songs written by Larry Cordle and Connie Smith, among others, and Adam Steffey contributed the liner notes.

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