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Sierra Hull announces tour dates

Monday, March 17, 2008 – With her debut disc due out in less than two months, teenage bluegrasser Sierra Hull also will be hitting the road.

Hull will release "Secrets" May 6 on Rounder Records, offering hard-driving bluegrass with ballads and features. Guests on the disc include Ron Block, Dan Tyminski, Barry Bales, Jerry Douglas, Stuart Duncan, Tony Rice, Jim VanCleve, Rob Ickes, Chris Jones, Jason Moore and 17-year-old banjo whiz Cory Walker, who is in Sierra's band, Highway 111.

Upcoming tour dates are:

Apr 19  The Feeding Seed*, Fletcher, NC
Apr 25-27 MerleFest, Wilkesboro, NC
May 14  The Station Inn, Nashville (CD release party)
May 17  Bellbrook Bluegrass Jamboree*, Bellbrook, OH
May 25  Silver Dollar City, Branson, MO
May 30  Graves Mountain of Music, Syria, VA

* = with Ron Block

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CD review - 25 Trips It says a lot for a young player's career that they can create a retrospective of their life through music at age 25. Somehow, Sierra Hull has struck the right note(s) and achieved that goal. Hull is a preternaturally gifted player who commands her mandolin. But her voice is strong, and song writing startling. There's lots to see here. "25 Trips" refers to journeys around the sun, and, at 25, Hull has already had an enviable career. She's been touring for nearly a ...
CD review - Weighted Mind It has been nearly five years since Sierra Hull released a record. 2012's "Daybreak" (also on Rounder) featured startling mandolin playing by Hull and a strong, but still tentative, vocal style. "Weighted Mind" doesn't hold back on either score, and it's a beautiful work of contemporary bluegrass music. No one is the same person at 19 as at 24, and Hull is no different. At 11, she played at the Grand Ole Opry with Alison Krauss. Hull was signed to a record ...
CD review - Daybreak Sierra Hull may have made her mark at 16 with her debut album, but as she sings on the opening track Easy Come, Easy Go from "Daybreak," "I'm not a child any more." Any talk of 'child prodigy' ought to cease with this assured sophomore effort, produced by Union Station's Barry Bales and Hull. She isn't a flashy picker or vocalist, yet her self confident mastery of both shines throughout songs such as the traditional bluegrass of Don't Pick Me Up ...

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