Anderson Family Bluegrass | Live from Grass Valley

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Live from Grass Valley

by Anderson Family Bluegrass

Family bluegrass harmonies, honest and free of ornamentation with lonesome, powerful, confident, slightly edgy vocals.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Get Up John
2:33 album only
2. Darling Corey
3:36 album only
3. Late Last Night
2:05 album only
4. You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive
5:59 album only
5. Jerusalem Ridge
4:15 album only
6. My Better Years
3:27 album only
7. Your Love is Like a Flower
2:20 album only
8. Greener Pastures
4:00 album only
9. By the Mark
3:17 album only
10. Ruby
3:56 album only
11. Amazing Grace
3:28 album only


Album Notes
The family band has always been highly valued in the world of bluegrass, and Anderson Family Bluegrass of Grass Valley, California, is a wonderful illustration of just why that is. The Anderson family—Mark and Christy Anderson and their four kids, Paige (17), Aimee (15), Ethan (12) and Daisy (10)—has entertained audiences from San Francisco to Nashville with an exciting, high-energy traditional bluegrass sound that’s most impressive from pickers so young.

Live from Grass Valley, the third album by the Andersons, was recorded live in 2010 at the California Bluegrass Association's Father’s Day Bluegrass Festival in the Andersons’ hometown, and it will be a definite crowd pleaser. There’s nothing cutesy or kid-like about this set of music—check out Paige and Aimee’s soulful and powerful “sister duets” on Hazel Dickens’ “My Better Years” and Gillian Welch’s “By the Mark,” the sublime quartet vocal and Daisy’s first recorded dobro solo on “Going Up Home to Live in Green Pastures,” or Ethan’s sizzling mandolin work on “Jerusalem Ridge.” These kids may be young, but don’t let that fool you. They know what they’re doing. More to the point, they’re doing it. Full speed ahead.
--Jon Hartley Fox



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