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ward stout

by ward stout

fiddle, mandolin and acoustic guitar instrumental music with bluegrass,swing,celtic and traditional roots.
Genre: Country: Western Swing
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1. Train Song
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2. Bennys Bugle
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3. Amanda Lynn
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4. Celtic Cicada
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5. Square Dance
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6. Black and Blue
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7. Homecoming
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8. Where Did I Go?
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9. Smooth One
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10. Lonesome Prospect
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
As a kid seeing the Glen Campbell goodtime hour on television started me on my musical journey. Music was always around. My dad liked the western swing of Bob Wills. My uncle Galen played bass and my other uncle Ellis played accordion, moms people were always singing hymns gathered around the piano. After dad traded a used car for a guitar I was on my way, but it was the fiddle that I really loved. It would be the Nitty Gritty Dirt bands Circle album with the great Vassar Clements that really influenced me more than any thing.
I started out playing the fiddle for square dances in my early teens.
After leaving home I spent the next ten years with bluegrass acts such as the
Bluegrass Cardinals, Peter Rowan, Bob Paisley and the Weary Hearts. In 1989 I moved to Nashville where I traveled and recorded with Aaron Tippin, Tracy Lawrence, Dierks Bentley and Katrina Elam.


I am happy to release my first solo project with help of friends Mike Bub (Del Mccoury band) on acoustic bass, Robert Bowlin ( Bill Monroe, Bobby Bare, Kathy Mattea) acoustic guitar, Craig Fletcher (Joe Diffie, Lori Morgan) mandolin Tim Grogan (Desert Rose Band, Aaron Tippin, Boy Howdy)on drums and piano, Kent Blanton (Marty Stuart)acoustic bass with other guest Rod Lewis electric and acoustic bass and my dad Gary Stout calling a square dance..


It’s a collection of acoustic based originals with bluegrass and newgrass roots, with some swing, celtic, square dance and new age thrown in. Mainly fiddle driven drawing on bluegrass and traditional roots, the songs Amanda Lynn and Homecoming are more little something from a movie soundtrack while other songs have a big band swing era flavor . If you enjoy fine fiddle, mandolin and acoustic lead playing Give this a listen ….

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Louise Masin Sattler

Love this album
I am a fan of Ward Stout and his great fiddle playing! However, of all the songs on this album it is Amanda Lynn that makes me want to push the "replay" button. It is such a powerful piece of music and loved by many. Bravo, Ward!
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Patrick Masse

Awesome Player!
Ward is a breath of fresh air, He played on my new album and rocked it.... Anyone who buys his CD is in for a real treat!
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