Curtis McPeake: Banjo Newsletter Cover Story

Curtis McPeake​ is on the cover of the May issue of Banjo Newsletter​ and the feature story is a lovely in-depth interview of Curtis conducted by Robert Piekiel​. You can watch the interview on YouTube. The article also contains a great review of Curtis & Andy’s new CD, The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad). Here’s an excerpt: The CD is…

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Music Homecoming with Curtis McPeake

“Curtis McPeake’s name is spoken with something very much like reverence in the nationwide banjo community.” —Bluegrass Unlimited Curtis McPeake is a five-string banjo trailblazer, nothing short of a music legend and will be performing at the Latta in Selmer, Tenn. to celebrate his latest CD release, The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad). Lauded as one of the architects of…

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Marc Pruett: Curtis McPeake – “The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad)”

Congratulations Curtis! You are making your banjo-buddies proud once again!  –Marc Pruett (Balsam Range)

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Curtis McPeake & Andy May – The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad)

– Curtis McPeake and Andy May – with Aubrey Haynie and Tim Dishman –

Banjo. Guitar. Fiddle. Bass. 

4 instruments. 4 musicians. 1 heckuva good time!

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Andy May & CurtisMcPeake at Mainframe Studio

Recording on new Curtis McPeake-Andy May CD completed!

10 tracks. 4 musicians. 4 instruments. 1 heckuva good time!

Curtis McPeake Session - Mainframe Studio

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After a fast and furious week of recording, mixing and mastering, the new Curtis McPeake CD, as yet unnamed, is ready for the next step. Andy produced the old-time bluegrass project, featuring Aubrey Haynie on fiddle, Tim Dishman on bass, Andy May on lead vocals and guitar, and – of course – Curtis on banjo, at Mainframe Recording Studio in Nashville with Nathan Smith as engineer. More details to follow, but here are some pictures for you, now:

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