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At the Mill

by Hickory Grove

Smooth-edged, Folk-Influenced style of Bluegrass built around the versatile singing style of Bev and Jack Osburn with Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, and Bass.
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1. Sail Away Ladies
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2. Six White Horses
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3. Columbus Stockade Blues
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4. Piney River Girl
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5. You Don't Know My Mind
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6. Coal Tattoo
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7. Papa's On the Housetop
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8. Close the Door Lightly
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9. Love At the Five and Dime
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10. Old Joe Clark
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11. Old Man At the Mill
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Album Notes
“At the Mill” was recorded and mixed at Bias Recording Company, Inc. in Springfield, Virginia between August 1992 and April 1993. The producer: Ralph Gordon. Studio Engineer: Bill McElroy. “At the Mill” was mastered by David Glasser at Airshow, Springfield, Virginia 1993. Bev Osburn and Jack Osburn are featured trading lead and harmony vocals with Beverly on guitar and Jack on Banjo. Ralph Gordon is featured on bass. Jamie Richardson provides essential harmony vocals and mandolin on most of the tracks. Larry LeMaster provides additional creative guitar fills and solos to fill out the ensemble.

Hickory Grove was founded in 1989 by Jack and Bev Osburn in Vienna, Virginia. In the fall of 1993 Hickory Grove released their Album “At the Mill”. The album received excellent reviews in the Times Community Paper Jan 1994; Northern Virginia Rhythm, April 1994; Bluegrass Unlimited, July 1995; Sing Out, May/June/July 1995; Dirty Linen, August 1995. Through the 1990s Hickory Grove played an array of regional venues ranging from Downs Park, MD to Waterford, VA including town festivals, county parks, and the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage in Washington, DC. After the turn of the Millennium, Hickory Grove slowed their public performance pace as Jack and Bev both went back to school and continued playing music in other settings.

In June 2013 Jack and Bev Osburn reactivated Hickory Grove. They can be seen and heard at various venues around the Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland region.



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