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NewFound Road records live disc

Tuesday, March 22, 2011 – NewFound Road's live gig at Johnson City, Tenn.'s The Down Home will see the light of day in late April on CD.

Due April 26 on Rounder Records, "Live at the Down Home" is NewFound Road's first live album.

Tim Shelton, founder, band leader, lead singer and (mostly rhythm) guitarist, spearheads the group including brothers Joe and Jamey Booher on mandolin, bass and harmony vocals and Josh Miller on banjo, guitar, harmony and lead vocals with special guest Jim VanCleve on fiddle.

Songs on the set are:

1. Try To Be

2. These Days

3. Blackadders Cove

4. Ruben

5. If You'll Pretend

6. Room At The Top Of The Stairs

7. Lonesome River

8. Band Introductions

9. That's How I Got To Memphis

10. We Ain't Going Down Without A Fight

11. Please Come To Boston

12. Houston

13. Ain't No Sunshine March 26 The Ark Ann Arbor, MI

April 2 Tri County Technical College Pendleton, SC

April 7 Appalshop Theater Whitesburg, KY

April 9 Kentucky Coffeetree Café Frankfort, KY

April 16 Knuckleheads Kansas City, MO

April 22 Willow Oak Bluegrass Festival Roxboro, NC

April 23 Mountaineer Opry House Milton, WV

May 6 The Down Home Johnson City, TN - CD release show

May 7 Denton Farm Park Denton, NC

May 14 Canal Street Tavern Dayton, OH

May 20 Central Virginia Bluegrass Festival Amelia, VA

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CD review - Live at the Down  Home Live CDs can sometimes suffer from quality control issues. Not so here with the NewFound Road CD recorded in Johnson City, Tenn. on Dec. 4, 2010. The recording feels like the listener has a seat at the Down Home and yet the tracks have studio sonic quality. The crowd injects energy, but does not distract. The band has its roots in gospel music, but stretches out into other genres. There's a Jackson Browne number, These Days, bluegrass, (a high energy rendition of Reuben) and some smooth country, (Tom T. ...
The new album by Newfound Road might be called "Same Old Place," but the music doesn't find the band stalled out in the same old place. Their sophomore release for Rounder (and fifth overall) finds the band teaming with producer Jim VanCleve, of the award winning group Mountain Heart, to polish their sound and song selection. While the sound may be a little too polished for some bluegrass purists, the crisp, clean production brings out the sound of each instrument and harmony part. ...
CD review - Life in a Song Seldom does a bluegrass band of unknowns make an immediate impression. With most bands, the members have spent several years paying their dues as understudies in established bands or they've made a name for themselves as solo artists and joined together as some kind of supergroup. Not New Found Road. Relative unknowns from Ohio, Tim Shelton, Rob Baker, Jr. Williams and Randy Barnes ably share the vocal duties while weaving some fine harmonies. They write solid bluegrass tunes while selecting tasty covers. ...

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