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Possumhaw | Limberpine (Live)

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Limberpine (Live)

by Possumhaw

The final release, all live, all original. Soulful, lyric-driven bluegrass and folk with powerful vocal harmonies. This the band's finest work, with all the energy and soul you find in a live performance, but impeccably executed and beautifully recorded
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Climb, Climb, Climb (Live)
3:28 album only
2. Watch on You (Live)
3:01 album only
3. Ease on Up (Live)
3:26 album only
4. On the Richelieu (Live)
3:57 album only
5. Middlebranch (Live)
2:56 album only
6. The Quiver (Live)
3:58 album only
7. Sumter (Live)
3:26 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
A special combination: the drive of bluegrass and the original lyricism of folk, delivered by one of the finest female vocalists in the region. Vocalist Colby Crehan brings this sound to audiences with the Vermont band PossumHaw. Formed in 2004 by husband-wife team Ryan (banjo player) and Colby Crehan and lead guitarist Charley Eiseman, the group has evolved into a well-oiled machine with stunning vocal harmonies and stellar acoustic instrumentation. Mandolinist Stephen Waud joined the group in 2009 and bassist Mitch Barron in 2013.

Jazz and blues influences weave through a repertoire of original music fueled by Crehan's skilled songwriting. Crehan’s song “Road to Mora” was named Vermont Song of the Year, and Crehan named Vermont Vocalist of the Year (Tammie Awards, Times-Argus).

The band is:
Colby Crehan: lead vocals, guitar, piano
Stephen Waud: mandolin, vocals
Ryan Crehan: banjo, vocals, harmonica
Charley Eiseman: lead guitar, vocals
Mitch Barron: upright bass, vocals

“Front-porch real and otherwordly sweet... Sweet New England bluegrass!” –Michael Devlin, Music Matters

“Crehan’s voice... hovers between Claire Lynch and Dolly Parton and sounds comfortable performing the light and airy to blues and jazz” –Curtis Jones, The Daily Vault

"PossumHaw has a classic bluegrass line-up, but rather than the barn burning hoedown you might expect they use their instruments with spare, exquisite nuance. For listeners that get turned on by precise arrangements, they'll find PossumHaw impressive. And for those who go to the words, Colby Crehan's sultry, kind voice delivers story lines that are riveting. This is a band that can go light and heavy, solemn and joyful, fast and slow. " -Sarah Craig, Director, Caffe Lena



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