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The Dixie Bee-Liners

by The Dixie Bee-Liners

"A collection worthy of praise... Brandi Hart has a voice that could give Alison Krauss a run for the money, and could Buddy Woodward be the next Dan Tyminski...?" - NY Times' Country Music Guide
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Davy
3:39 $0.99
2. Brown-Eyed Darlin'
2:57 $0.99
3. Lost in the Silence
4:15 $0.99
4. Roses Are Grey
4:09 $0.99
5. Family Tree
3:37 $0.99
6. My Heart's Breakin' In
2:23 $0.99
7. Yellow-Haired Girl
2:47 $0.99
8. Lord, Lay Down My Ball & Chain
5:12 $0.99
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Album Notes
With a cult following reaching far beyond Manhattan and a brand new album that's hot off the presses, bluegrass phenoms THE DIXIE BEE-LINERS are creating quite a buzz! Known for their high-octane harmonies and stunningly beautiful original songs, the band recently spent SIX WEEKS IN THE TOP TEN of the Roots Music Report Bluegrass Chart. RMR's Robert Bartosh has called them "the next big thing in bluegrass music," and music critics across the board seem to agree!

The Dixie Bee-Liners have been featured live on BBC Radio Scotland, NPR, and the Food Network. Their music can be heard across America and around the world, from hometown and college radio to Sirius Channel 65 and Clear Channel's WTCR. The band's crossover favorite "Lord, Lay Down My Ball & Chain" is featured in the forthcoming film "American Shopper."



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Robert Bartosh, Roots Music Report

Hottest New Album Release
Every once in a great while, a new release comes across our desk that introduces a band that we know is going to be the next big thing in bluegrass music.... The Dixie Bee-Liners are one of those bands... pure to the bluegrass tradition and the vocal performances are beyond words. They are profoundly talented and the sound is their own. The bluegrass music scene should brace for this new album.

Joe Ross

Charming duo casts aside restraints imposed by dogmatic traditionalism
Playing Time – 28:59 -- The Dixie Bee-Liners are musical raconteurs skilled at telling stories with their all-original songs. Promoting themselves as “bluegrass … with a buzz,” Brandi Hart and Buddy Woodward functioned as a duo – both distinctive vocalists and multi-instrumentalists who have discovered their personalized stylistic footing by casting aside restraints imposed by dogmatic traditionalism. This self-released 2005 debut project for the Dixie Bee-Liners also features Danny Weiss (guitar), Alan Grubner (fiddle), Terry McGill (banjo), Mike Levine (Dobro, pedal steel), Andy Cotton (bass), Bob Mastro (fiddle), and Harley Fine (sound effects, tambourine).

Taking note of this hard-working and talented band’s debut effort, Pinecastle Records label has now signed them to their impressive artist roster. What’s all the fuss about? First, their songs have both spiritual and epic qualities. Second, their contemporary leanings exude great potential to attract younger listeners to the genre. Third, I liked the way they provide textures to their music. Pinecastle professional production assistance might not have left the mandolin, banjo or supporting vocals so far back in the mix at times on this debut. Well, guess what? The band’s breakout debut album for Pinecastle will be produced and engineered by the legendary Bil VornDick. I can also imagine the band adding members so there’s a third vocalist in the lineup. That might ease some of the instrumental duties for Woodward who provides mandolin, guitar, banjo, bass, drums and percussion on this disc. Well, hey again! Personnel shifts have occurred as a result of their record deal and relocation. I’m told that the band is now a sextet with Brandi Hart (vocals, guitar), Buddy Woodward (vocals, mandolin, lead guitar), Claiborne Woodall (lead guitar), Rachel Renee Johnson (fiddle), Sam Morrow (banjo) and Jeremy Darrow (upright bass). Because this one’s so short at under half hour, I can hardly wait to hear what comes next from this charming and fascinating group.

On this disc, songs like “Davy,” “Lost in the Silence,” Yellow-haired Girl,” and “Lord, Lay Down My Ball & Chain” have the ability to balance pathos with joy. Thus, we listeners experience elation and delight from the harmonizing of contrasting emotions. Without getting into specifics, their repertoire moves a listener because it also draws upon the best elements from both contemporary folk and bluegrass. Musically comfortable together, they have the innate ability to project a consciousness that they are truly going somewhere with their tuneful and captivating approach. That, in a nutshell, is what all the promotion and subsequent commotion are about. (Joe Ross, staff writer, Bluegrass Now)


Wow great bluegrass which combined the past with the future and the only downside 8 tracks, I was enjoying it so much I wanted more.