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The Crowe Brothers Celebrate 40 Years with New Album

The Crowe BrothersWillis, VA -- After seven albums, over forty years of making music together and multiple appearances on the stage of the legendary Grand Ole Opry, The Crowe Brothers continue their tradition of providing beautifully blended harmonies with the release of Forty Years Old. This 12 song offering features new songs and old favorites from some top songwriters including Tom T. and Dixie Hall, Rory Bourke, Hank Locklin and more.

Aug. 2nd Song of the Mountains Hosts Crowe Brothers, Cody Schuler

The Crowe BrothersMarion, VA -- Song of the Mountains will present another fine concert at the Lincoln Theatre on Saturday, August 2nd at 7:00 pm. The concert will be taped for national distribution across the United States for Public Television. “We are very proud that this is our tenth season of presenting our award winning concert series to the U.S.”, states Tim White the host and executive coordinator of the series. “Our new episodes that were taped last year for Season 9 just started airing on television across America and we are on track to have 24 more episodes for national distribution in 2015”, says White.

Crowe Brothers Release First Single from Upcoming Album

The Crowe BrothersWillis, VA -- After seven albums, over forty years of making music together and multiple appearances on the stage of the legendary Grand Ole Opry, The Crowe Brothers continue their tradition of providing beautifully blended harmonies with today's release of the first single titled "I've Got The Moon On My Side," written by Dixie and Tom T. Hall with Troy Engle, from their yet to be titled August release on Mountain Fever Records.

Review: Crowe Brothers - 'Bridging The Gap'

The Crowe BrothersReview by Joe Ross
North Carolinan brothers Josh (guitar) and Wayne (bass) have been singing and playing bluegrass for over forty years. They called themselves The Blue Ridge Mountain Boys in the early 1970s. From 1975 until they formed their own band about 1991, they worked with legendary banjo player Raymond Fairchild. During the late-1990s and 2000s, The Crowe Brothers released some stellar albums on the Copper Creek, King and Gusto labels.

The Crowe Brothers are Bridging the Gap Today

Bridging the GapIn the fine tradition of the Stanley Brothers, Louvin Brothers and Wilburn Brothers, the Crowe Brothers are carrying on the tradition of beautifully blended brother harmonies in bluegrass and traditional country music with their new album Bridging the Gap on Rural Rhythm Records. This new album will truly delight both bluegrass and traditional country music listeners as the veteran bluegrass brothers, Josh & Wayne Crowe, deliver a solid album filled with beautifully blended harmonies, soulful lead vocals and fine pickin’ that bridges the gap between the traditional and contemporary Bluegrass music styles.

Crowe Brothers Sign with Mountain Music Entertainment

The Crowe BrothersNashville, TN -- Mountain Music Entertainment proudly announces exclusive management and booking representation of acoustic music brother duo, The Crowe Brothers. Mountain Music Entertainment will provide exclusive representation for The Crowe Brothers effective as of 1 July 2011. The Crowe Brothers are based in Western North Carolina near the eclectic music scene of Asheville, North Carolina. The band has a raw and exciting acoustic sound that appeals to a wide range of audiences from Americana to Roots Country.

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