'Old train each time you pass you're older than the last,
And it seems I'm too old for runnin'...'
When we started doing our bluegrass thang, Trish was a little hesitant about jumping in with an additional harmony part. But she found her groove, and it makes all the difference. When you're singing bluegrass, that third, high part is what gives things the "high, lonesome sound" that characterizes the best of the genre.
Judging by the whoop and holler that follow the first burst of harmony in "Roving Gambler," I'd say we're gettin' there pretty quickly!
Thanks to Corey Kurtz & Dave Marley, and Hollow Oaks for sharing the bill with us. We had a great time!
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Old Train (T. Rice)
Dark Hollow (B. Browning)
Mystery Train (J. Parker)
My Sisters and Brothers (J. Garcia)
Midnight Moonlight (P. Rowan)
I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome Too (B. Monroe)
No Expectation (Stones) >
Roving Gambler (Stanley Bros.)
Junko Partner (J. Waynes)
Mother's Meth Head Blues
Cherokee Shuffle (Trad.) >
You Better Get Right (Stanley Bros.)