Chatham County Line plans new CD
Thursday, June 16, 2016
– Chatham County Line will release its seventh studio album, "Autumn," on Sept. 2 on Yep Roc Records.
The 11-song CD was produced by lead singer Dave Wilson in 2 sessions at Fidelitorium Recordings in Kernersville, N.C. over the falls of 2014 and 2015, with finishing touches at Overdub Lane in Durham, N.C.
The band, which formed in North Carolina in 1999, consists of Wilson (guitar/vocals/songwriter), John Teer (mandolin/fiddle), Chandler Holt (banjo), and Greg Readling (bass/pedal steel/piano).
Songs on the CD are:
1. "You Are My Light"
2. "Bon Ton Roulet"
3. "Siren Song"
4. "Rock in The River"
5. "Jackie Boy"
6. "All That's Left"
7. "Bull City Strut"
8. "Dark Rider"
9. "Moving Pictures Of My Mind"
10. "If I Had My Way"
11. "Show Me The Door"
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