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Great Day

by Barb Rzesutock & The Beer Barbs

Americana style influenced by the music of The Dillards; the songs and harmonies of Peter, Paul & Mary; and the banjo tunes of Steve Martin.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Great Day (feat. The Allegheny Ramblers)
Barb Rzesutock & The Beer Barbs
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Great Day is about a day spent in West Virginia white-water kayaking on the Gauley River. Gauley season starts after Labor Day when water is released from the Summersville Dam. Friends, both old and new, reunite at the Tawney Farm Campground on Panther Mountain Road, spend their days on the water and the evenings enjoying live music. I have teamed up with The Allegheny Ramblers to provide a full bluegrass sound to this original tune. Robbie Mann is on the fiddle, Travis Holliday is on the guitar, Leon "Burt" Hart is on bass and Ryan Spangenberg is on the mandolin. I am the vocals (The Beer Barbs are all me) and I play the banjo and drums. I was inspired by the adventure of being on the water, camaraderie of the boaters and the beautiful scenery in West Virginia.



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“I just purchased Barb Rzesutock's new song ‘Great Day.' I love it! It’s happy and uplifting, and it makes me want to go on vacation. The rapping Beer Barb was a great touch. I look forward to the next release.”