Dave Leatherman And Stone County | Nothin' But The Curtains Waved Goodbye

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Nothin' But The Curtains Waved Goodbye

by Dave Leatherman And Stone County

Traditional bluegrass sound with a mix of old and new songs.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hemlocks and Primroses
4:17 album only
2. Clayton Delaney
3:10 album only
3. Nothin' But the Curtains
3:36 album only
4. Nine Pound Hammer
2:34 album only
5. Chattanooga Dog
2:28 album only
6. Shoutin' on the Hills
2:41 album only
7. The News They're Tellin' You
2:24 album only
8. Pass Me Not
4:20 album only
9. Road to Columbus
2:08 album only
10. Stone Walls and Steel Bars
2:56 album only
11. Rollin' on Rubber Wheels
3:14 album only


Album Notes
Traditional Bluegrass at its finest! This is the new album by Dave and Stone County. It was recorded at Tom T. Hall's studio in Nashville and contains three of Mr. Hall's fine songs, the classic The Year Clayton Delaney Died, the cookin' Chattanooga Dog, and the title song Nothin' but the Curtains Waved Goodbye. Fiddler Deannie Richardson, fiddle player for Vince Gill and Patty Loveless, joins the Stone County boys for this outing. As usual, there's Dave on vocals and Martin guitar, Ferrell Stowe plays the resophonic guitar (Ferrell's a ten time SPGMA award winner, and his stobro playing is feature in the new Rob Schneider movie, "Big Stan." Rick Otts plays banjo and sings tenor, Rick's played with many of country and bluegrass' stars including Ronnie Stoneman and Jerry Van Dyke. The overdubs and mixing were handled by Rick at his studio the Stringhouse in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Mike Dunbar produced the cd, also playing upright bass and singing baritone. Mike's played behind Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson, as well as being a member of Red, White and Blue(grass).

See why folks rave about Dave, why he's being regarded as one of the finest voices in traditional bluegrass. Click on some of these tunes and pull up a chair, then we're sure you'll want to own this cd. It's like we said: traditional bluegrass at its finest!



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Jacky Dumery

Nothin' But The Curtains
Dave's voice reminds me of Ralh Stanley's. Good Old
traditional Bluegrass school.