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Lonesome River Band announces new disc

Tuesday, September 16, 2014 – The Lonesome River Band will release its first original studio release in four years, "Turn on a Dime," on Oct. 14 from Mountain Home Music Co.

Led by five-time International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Banjo Player of the Year Sammy Shelor, the group includes vocalist and songwriter Brandon Rickman on guitar, Mike Hartgrove on fiddle, Barry Reed on bass and Randy Jones on mandolin and vocals.

LRB's career includes 17 albums, 3 of which were released in 2012 in celebration of the group's 30th anniversary.

Songs are:
1. Her Love Won't Turn On a Dime
2. Gone and Set Me Free
3. Lila Mae
4. Don't Shed No Tears
5. If the Moon Never Sees the Light of Day
6. Teardrop Express
7. Bonnie Brown
8. Every Head Bowed
9. Shelly's Winter Love
10. Hurting With My Broken Heart
11. A Whole Lot of Nothing
12. Holding To the Right Hand
13. Cumberland Gap


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CD review - Mayhayley's House For years, Lonesome River Band was proud to be "Carrying The Tradition" of bluegrass music. Then, with last year's release they began the process of "Bridging The Tradition" of bluegrass to something a little more progressive, a little more modern. Now, "Mayhayley's House" proves that LRB is continuing across that bridge. What is ironic, or funny, is that Mayhayley Lancaster, from whom the project takes its name, was known for resisting modernization and ...
CD review - Bridging the Tradition There aren't a lot of bluegrass bands that can boast that they've lasted more than a quarter-century on the national scene, but the history of the Lonesome River Band as one of the most competent and dependable bands in the business goes back to the late 1980s. Banjo player Sammy Shelor's tenure doesn't go back quite that far, having joined "only" in 1990, but for the past 15 years, he's been the leader and front man. If the title of their newest release sounds a ...
CD review - Turn on a Dime Sammy Shelor's banjo playing is just one facet of another great CD from the Lonesome River Band. Shelor is one of the top banjo players on the circuit, and he always has a great band. Brandon Rickman plays guitar and sings half the leads. He also co-wrote three of the songs. "Lila Mae" and "Hurting With My Broken Heart" are love gone wrong songs while "If The Moon Never Sees the Light of Day" celebrates a good love affair. Mandolinist Randy Jones shares the ...


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