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Traveling Show

by Songs from the Road Band

Original songwriting in a bluegrass style with a touch of Americana and Jam performed by the best pickers and singers!
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Traveling Show
3:45 $1.09
2. Hillbilly Wedding Day
2:55 $1.09
3. Coming Up Roses
3:31 $1.09
4. Silk and Lace
3:51 $1.09
5. Just Let Go
4:04 $1.09
6. Two Blue Roses
3:07 $1.09
7. Margaree
4:04 $1.09
8. Thompson Flood
4:10 $1.09
9. Rake Out the Nails
3:30 $1.09
10. Token of Love
2:56 $1.09
11. Sing to That Mule
2:51 $1.09
12. Kitsuma (Instrumental)
3:29 $1.09
13. Virginia Lee
3:27 $1.09
14. By the Banks
3:45 $1.09
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Album Notes
Charles R Humphrey III Bass
Andy Thorn Banjo/ Vocals
Jon Stickley Guitar/ Vocals
Sam Wharton Guitar/ Vocals
Mark Schimick Mandolin/ Vocals
Bobby Britt fiddle
Phil Barker Guitar/ Mandolin/ Vocals
Andrew Marlln Guitar/ Mandolin/ Vocals
Matt Smith Steel Guitar
Emily Frantz Vocals
Robert Greer Vocals

These songs are presented by a band of brothers and friends. We tried to capture a moment in time. Through these songs you will hear where each one the writers and players were in their lives at the time of these recordings. I'm forever grateful for these friendships and the opportunity to work with these co writers. We recorded and tracked live. We never played a song more than 2 or 3 times and most are first takes. I hope you appreciate the energy and emotion we've tried to capture by recording this way. Listen to these tunes as you create memories in you own lives and perhaps they'll grow to become some of your favorite songs. Thanks to Andrew Marlin for being a great friend, musician, and producer. Enjoy the album

Charles R Humphrey III



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