12 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After more than a decade of recording, The Grascals perfect the balance between newgrass innovation and traditionalism. They’re just as adept at reflective balladry like “Road of Life” as they are at combining a spiritual theme with a honky-tonk vibe on “A Place to Hang My Hat.” Between Kristin Scott Benson’s banjo and Adam Haynes’ fiddle, there’s no shortage of sharp licks, most notably with the madman mandolin of “Delta Queen” and the bucolic, folk-flecked feel of instrumental “Autumn Glen.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

After more than a decade of recording, The Grascals perfect the balance between newgrass innovation and traditionalism. They’re just as adept at reflective balladry like “Road of Life” as they are at combining a spiritual theme with a honky-tonk vibe on “A Place to Hang My Hat.” Between Kristin Scott Benson’s banjo and Adam Haynes’ fiddle, there’s no shortage of sharp licks, most notably with the madman mandolin of “Delta Queen” and the bucolic, folk-flecked feel of instrumental “Autumn Glen.”

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

weather trainer ,

Excellent Bluegrass

First heard the Grascals at Claremore Oklahoma Chili Festival and thought they sounded like the Osborne Brothers. Every album is great. They play perfect together.

Lyn-iphone user ,

These guys (and gal) have done it again!

There has never been a bad Grascals album made! Glad to be able to purchase their newest album with Adam and John on it, and the songs I've downloaded already are definitely some of their best yet! Can't wait to download the full album. Keep up the great work guys. You've done an amazing job with this one!! Wonderfully written songs, great vocals and amazing harmony. You won't be disappointed by ordering this!!1

sjwref ,

Won't Disappoint

Well written songs in the bluegrass style you've come to expect from The Grascals! John Bryan joins El, Kristin, Danny, Smitty and Adam on this exciting album with excellent vocals and hard-charging strings.

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