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Here she is again with I'm With Her.



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The Red Clay Strays have caught my attention lately. Good country blues sound.

https://youtu.be/SW4ZQwtAHa8

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I was blown away by both the song and video “You Might Think” from Sons of the East. Excuse me a minute, I think I got something in my eye.

Thanks for resurrecting the thread, CoolRich

I'm happy to do so. I'm discovering some great songs and artists.

Glad you liked "You Might Think"; it is a great song.

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I have no idea if other parts of the country have come to know the music of Colter Wall.

My son told me about Colter Wall. He reminds me of a young Waylon Jennings.

My favorite song of his is "Kate McCannon". It's haunting.



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My son told me about Colter Wall. He reminds me of a young Waylon Jennings.

My favorite song of his is "Kate McCannon". It's haunting.

Kate McCannon is a Colter Wall original and revisits the subgenre of the “murder ballad.” In this country, it largely started in the 1950s with “Tom Dooley,” as recording by The Kingston Trio. Murder ballads in the U.S. may well go back long before that, and probably do, but that’s the first one I am aware of. In the UK and Ireland (England in particular) murder ballads are centuries old, which leads me to believe emigrants brought them to the U.S. long before The Kingston Trio made one famous. Kate McCannon IS a great song. The album Little Songs, that I wanted to feature is out next month , on the 27th IIRC.


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y'all ever heard of Cam Cole?



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Charles Berthoud, bout the best bassist around:









 
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Was listening to some kinda obscure 80s college stuff on vinyl yesterday. I haven't heard these in a long time, decades.






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Harvey Reid From the Album "Steel Driving Man"




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Here's one for SIGnified. Al Di Meola with Hungarian flutist Eszter Horgas. Video is kinda crappy, but the sound is what matters.


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I doubt many members have heard of Abigail Washburn, who plays clawhammer style banjo. Having a clawhammer player in a group is common, but to mix clawhammer with three finger picking banjo, with only two performers, is not so common. It takes two talents like this husband and wife to pull it off.
 

 

I have not heard of her. But, a couple of months ago, I drove to So. Carolina and back. On the drive back, I took a detour along the Blue Ridge Parkway. In preparation for the drive, I plugged “Blue Ridge” into Spotify’s search engine and “discovered” Bela Fleck.

What a pleasant surprise to now learn his wife plays a mean banjo. Smile


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wife plays a mean banjo. Smile

One of the features of clawhammer I have always liked to hear is the thumb constantly bouncing off the fifth string, which is never fretted. It gives that characteristic "ring" to the style, as in "hear them banjos ring".



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Seen clips of Abigail Washburn before, just didn't realize she was married to Bela Fleck!

Here's another talented multi instrumentalist (banjo, guitar, mandolin):



She, along with Aoife O'Donovan and Sarah Watkins make up the group I'm With Her.

There's also Sierra Hull:





Something different, Lauren Pierce on Double Bass:







 
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The Rumjacks: Rhythm of Her Name



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She, along with Aoife O'Donovan and Sarah Watkins make up the group I'm With Her.

A couple of years ago, we went to see Mandolin Orange (now Watchhouse). I’m With Her opened the show and we really liked them. They did a tremendous version of John Hiatt’s ‘Crossing Muddy Waters’ (posted by goose5 above).


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Speaking of Watchhouse (Mandolin Orange), I don't know how well known they are, so perhaps one of their songs would fit here.

This is a live version of Golden Embers, one of my favorite songs of theirs.



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