“County Sales Newsletter: “The View From McPeake” by Curtis McPeake

It’s been quite a while since we have heard from McPeake, the Nashville-based banjo player who was good enough to have filled in for Earl Scruggs on more than one occasion. It is a real pleasure to hear him here “playing it straight” and backed up by excellent Bluegrass musicians. Those include Aubrey Haynie on fiddle, Dave Harvey on mandolin…

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“Bluegrass Now:” “The View From McPeake” by Curtis McPeake

Curtis McPeake’s professional music career spans more than four decades and includes performances with such notables as: Wilma Lee & Stony Cooper, George Jones and Melba Montgomery, and Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass. The View From Mc Peake could have been recorded only by someone who has experienced a long and illustrious career. The collection of traditional bluegrass instrumentals…

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Andy May: Retroflections

JamSphere.com: “Retroflections” by Andy May

Andy May: “Retroflections” Great Vocals, Savvy Production and Earthy Guitar Work. One of the best alt-country or Americana records in years. …This guy is great. …A breath of fresh air. … Tremendous songwriting, …great guitar picking…!

-Rick Jamm, JamSphere~ The Indie Music Magazine & Radio Network

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Walnut Valley Festival: “Endless Possibilities” by Andy May

…Top notch instrumentation …by Andy as well as a cast including some of Nashville’s first call musicians…. My favorite of all the tracks had to be the title cut, “Endless Possibilities.” …The song is as smooth as a gentle summer breeze.   Rex Flottman, Walnut Valley Festival (Winfield) program, on Endless Possibilities by Andy May

 

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KRFC-FM: “Endless Possibilities” by Andy May

…Great job. (“Endless Possibilities”) contains many of (Andy’s) best songs yet – so good that we played several songs twice. The production quality and choice of instrumentation was …first class.  –Brent Hawley, KRFC-FM, Fort Collins, CO, on Endless Possibilities by Andy May

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