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Checkin' Out

by The Kindreds

Acoustic country folk with a dash of bluegrass.
Genre: Folk: String Band
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1. Checkin' Out
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2. Forever Winter
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3. When You Fly
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4. Fool's Prayer
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5. Wild Roses
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6. Whiskey Moon
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7. Joe's Been A-Gittin' There
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8. This Old Farm
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9. Old Slewfoot
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10. Wayfarin Stranger
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11. One Thing Leads To Another
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The Kindreds, hailing from the Willamette Valley in Oregon, deliver their unique brand of Americana music—acoustic country-flavored folk with a dash of bluegrass. Both their original songs and covers feature solid musicianship, compelling arrangements and rich harmonies. The Kindreds draw their influence from such greats as Johnny Cash, Doc Watson, Jimmy Driftwood, Alison Krauss, and James Taylor.

Steve Martin holds down guitar and vocal duties for The Kindreds. Rob Pugliese adds assertive mandolin and tenor vocals. Laura South lends her incredible voice to The Kindreds signature sound. Rainer Farmer drives the musical bus on upright bass.

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