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Justin Moses to Release New Instrumental EP; Launch New Podcast

Justin Moses - Beyond Measure: The EPNashville, TN -- Justin Moses will release his new six-song solo instrumental project called Beyond Measure: The EP on September 18, 2015. Justin wrote, recorded and performed the entire project himself playing resonator guitar, guitar, mandolin, banjo, fiddle, acoustic bass, lap steel and octave mandolin. You can preview and download the song “Streets of Savannah” now at www.JustinMoses.com and signed pre-orders are now available as well. Digital downloads of the whole album will be made available after the release date, but previews are already available on Amazon and AmazonUK.

Scott Tackett Releases Solo Project “Lookin’ Back”

Scott Tackett - Lookin’ BackIrvine, KY -- Kindred Records has released the CD "Looking Back" by Olive Hill, Ky artist Scott Tackett. The studio project that brought together the popular bluegrass group Hammertowne in 2011 has over half the 12 tracks written by Scott or co-written with Dave Carroll. A good mix of hard driving bluegrass, soulful ballads, and outstanding vocal performances by Scott (rhythm guitar), Dave (lead guitar), and Doug Burchett (bass). Chasten Carroll, Dave's son lays down some awesome mandolin along with Brent Pack on the banjo. Fiddle was performed by guest musician and engineer Ron Stewart.

Wayne Taylor Releases 8th Project - Movin' On

Movin' OnWayne Taylor has produced his eighth project, a solo album entitled, Movin' On. This CD should prove to be one of his best! This diverse collection of songs features "Red Is The Color", a tribute to his friend Jim Red Cloud from South Dakota, who lost his son in 2010. Wayne draws from life's ups and downs to weave together a colorful tapestry of music. The album covers bluegrass and acoustic music styles showcasing Wayne's broad ability and talent.

Rob McCoury to Release his First Solo Album

The 5-String FlamethrowerMcCoury Music is proud to announce the August 19th release of Rob McCoury's solo album - The 5-String Flamethrower. Strike up a conversation with Rob McCoury, and it won’t take long for you to realize that you’ve met one of the most easygoing musicians around—a guy who’s happy to chat with just about anyone on just about anything, or to just quietly watch and enjoy what’s going on around him. When he puts on his banjo picks, though, it’s another story. “My first love will always be traditional bluegrass,” he says with a smile. “When it’s right, there’s just nothing better. I love the simplicity of being able to take four or five guys, get ‘em out, tune ‘em up and play.” And when that happens, watch out, because in Rob McCoury’s hands, the banjo becomes just what the title of his album says: a five-string flamethrower.

Tim Stafford to Release "Just to Hear the Whistle Blow"

 Just to Hear the Whistle BlowTim Stafford's new solo project, Just to Hear the Whistle Blow is set to be released July 15th. The album features top bluegrass artists as Tim's guests. The artists include Adam Steffey, Ron Stewart, Barry Bales, Stuart Duncan, John Gardner, Marty Raybon, Beth Snapp, and Steve Gulley. Featuring 13 original songs and the venerable "Red Wing," this album is a showcase for Tim's songwriting, unique guitar approach and tone. The album is available for preordering now.

John McEuen and Matt Cartsonis Highlight John's Long Career

John McEuenSaturday evening, John McEuen allowed the audience to participate in a new multi-media experiment, An Evening with John McEuen: A Career Retrospective that spans the career of this versatile songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and actor. The solo project, which included artist Matt Cartsonis, was supplemented by a large screen visual experience of historic stills and videos covering everything from the Dirt Band's beginnings to the Circle Album and more.

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