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Roots 2 Grass

by Roots 2 Grass & Susie Shortt

Acoustic Instrumental music featuring Irish/Celtic and infusion of new style of Bluegrass with classic covers
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Buck Creek Waters
Susie Shortt
3:09 $1.99
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2. Mulberry Fork
Susie Shortt
1:43 $1.99
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3. Burning House
Susie Shortt
3:46 $1.99
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4. The Molly Maguires
Susie Shortt
3:55 $1.99
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5. And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind
Susie Shortt
3:37 $1.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Susie Shortt is an awarding violinist/fiddle artist and talented composer. Her original track entitled "The Molly Maguries" was inspired by her love for Irish/Celtic Music.

Nashville Scene Magazine written a review of her track calling her a truly talented songwriter/composer that doesn't need vocals. They hold their own. "Buck Creek Waters" is haunting, melancholy and draws you in like a mystery while you wait to see what happens next!

Susie also is featuring Neil Diamond's And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind. She was inspired by Elvis Presley's version of Neil Diamond's song and kept true to the groove adding her own twist to the Elvis arrangement. Another cover song that is on this wonderful album is Camaron Och's "Burning House". Susie fell in love with the guitar part and blended violin to capture the story.

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