Renegade Stringband - One Thing After Another mp3 downloadPerformer: Renegade Stringband
Title: One Thing After Another
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Renegade Stringband - One Thing After Another mp3 download
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Renegade Stringband plays hard driving bluegrass on stages and in the streets. Their repertoire runs the gamut from original ballads to covers of songs by The Black Keys, Woody Guthrie, Tom Waits, and Ella Fitzgerald. From their base in Portland, Oregon, the band has been touring the west coast since 2010. In summer of 2012 they made their first pilgrimage to the birthplace of bluegrass, delighting audiences at the ROMP Festival in Owensboro, Kentucky.
Album: Renegade Stringband. Renegade Stringband - Terror Risin' Blues Renegade Stringband, 2011 04:00. Renegade Stringband - Reuben's Train One Thing After Another, 2012 04:06. Artist: Renegade Stringband.
One Thing After Another - EP 2012. Easy Way. One Thing After Another - EP 2012. Renegade Stringband - EP 2011. Singles & EPs. See All. album: One Thing After Another. album: Renegade Stringband. I'm For You.
The Portland-based bluegrass band is recording and promoting their first full-length album with a tour of the west coast! . Receive free entry for you and a friend to a Renegade Stringband concert of your choice, as well as a CD, sticker & T-shirt! Less. Estimated delivery Sep 2012. Other payment options.
Ben Hunter (vocals, fiddle, mandolin, kazoo, rattlin’ bones) and Joe Seamons (vocals, banjo, guitar, harmonica) first met while playing and touring together in the Renegade Stringband. 28 Ekim 2015 ·. Thanks to Stuart Mason for writing this piece about Ben and Joe's last album, can't wait for you all to hear the next one! Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons: Take Yo Time
This is a Ben Larsen original number, another one of our fiddle-less fiddle tunes. Ben’s shredding mandolin here, Austin’s playing lead guitar while Joe strums rhythm guitar. Check out that wicked bassline courtesy of Max Kutzman! This song’s ending was designed to flow smoothly into the EP’s final track. Track 6 – Terror Risin’ Blues. This original song by Joe demonstrates one of the key parts of Renegade Stringband’s musical approach–multiple levels of interplay between different instruments. Thanks to the artistry of the album’s engineer, Sam Densmore, the recording captures the fact that, in the song’s introduction, the bowed bass note blends with the vocal melody. Also, turn your ear to the deliciously nasty three-fingered banjo picking of Austin Moore.