Neal and Coleen Walters | My Pathway Leads to Pennsylvania

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My Pathway Leads to Pennsylvania

by Neal and Coleen Walters

Laid back folk, lots of harmony along with autoharp, mountain dulcimer, banjo and bass.
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Carter's Blues
3:03 album only
2. Geogia Buck
3:18 album only
3. Golden Years
4:10 album only
4. Gulf Coast Highway
3:33 album only
5. Sundown
2:58 album only
6. Late In the Day
4:27 album only
7. Curtains of Night
3:33 album only
8. Meaning of Home
3:58 album only
9. Shoe Heels Crackin' on the Floor
2:33 album only
10. My Pathway Leads to Pennsylvania
3:34 album only
11. The Whole World 'Round
2:45 album only
12. 'Til I'm Too Old to Die Young
3:27 album only
13. Pack Up Your Sorrows
3:11 album only
14. Saving Me a Place
3:05 album only
15. The Metro Song
1:51 album only
16. Come By the Hills
4:23 album only
17. Golden River
3:55 album only
18. Family Reunion
3:51 album only


Album Notes
Neal and Coleen Walters live in Greencastle, PA but grew up in Southern California. Singing and playing since the ‘60’s, their music has been influenced by many different artists and styles of music. Their current repertoire includes songs from the 1700’s through Gordon Lightfoot, Doc Watson, the Carter Family,’40’s standards and even a couple of Beatles songs. Autoharp, dulcimer and banjo are Neal’s instruments of choice and Coleen adds bass to the mix. You’ll hear lots of harmony singing as well as some instrumentals. Along with John and Heidi Cerrigione, they perform as Doofus and, over the last eight years, have recorded four albums. Neal was a member of the Mill Run Dulcimer Band for over 20 years and recorded nine albums with them. He also edited Music Hound Folk: the Essential Album Guide to Folk Music, published by Visible Ink Press. In addition to their concert appearances, Neal has taught dulcimer, autoharp, banjo and guitar for nearly thirty years in and around Washington, DC and at camps and festivals like Boone, Augusta, Kentucky Music Week, Winterfest, Summerfest, Black Swamp, Autumn Hills, Autumn Acoustics, Cranberry, String-A-Long, Housatonic, Dulcimer Daze, Swannanoa and Old Songs. An evening spent with them in concert will take you to lots of different places. Neal and Coleen also have an earlier duo album available, "Snowbirds".



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