When I first heard the Nashville Bluegrass
Band, I knew that this was something special, and if the band would stay
together, it would raise the bar for great bluegrass. More or less,
the band has stayed in tact, and has raised the bar again with this album.
The thing that is the most consistent and distinctive element of the band
is the singing. Most often, Alan O'Bryant (banjo) and Pat Enright
(guitar) trade off lead vocals, but Roland White has been doing his share
on the last few albums. Stuart Duncan on fiddle and Gene Libbea on
bass make up the rest of the band. You could parade out their extensive
list of honors and awards, but the bottom line is always the hearing.
Sugar Hill Records #3887
PO Box 55300
Durham, NC 27717-5300