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McPeake & May “The Good Things” – KBUT Music Director’s Pick: “Legendary Musicianship”

Music Director’s pick: Curtis McPeake & Andy May The Good Things (Outweigh The Bad)

Legendary musicianship on traditional favorites. – KBUT Music Director, Bonnie Gollhofer, Gunnison Valley, CO

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Bob Piekiel on McPeake & May, “The Good Things”

The CD is done entirely with a four-piece band–Curtis on banjo, Andy May on guitar & vocals, Aubrey Haynie on fiddle, and Tim Dishman​ on bass.The result is a performance with lots of refreshing “breathing space” in each song, with each instrument tastefully placed in the context of the whole selection…. It’s one of those albums you can listen to…

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Banjo Tab by Curtis McPeake in “Banjo Newsletter”

The May 5 cover story in Banjo Newsletter featuring an interview with Curtis McPeake included Curtis’ banjo tab for two songs from The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad) McPeake & May. The tab for Sweet Sunny South and The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad) is available to download from Banjo Newsletter via their banjo tab page. (Select Curtis McPeake in the “Tabbed out by”…

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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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Curtis McPeake, Andy May, & Gene Watson on Deck for the Justin Reed Show

May 3, 2018 – Episode 229: At 9 a.m., 90-year-old banjo legend Curtis McPeake, along with guitar virtuoso Andy May, will appear on the show to promote their new project, The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad), available now. Throughout his 70-year career in bluegrass, McPeake has been a member of Bill Monroe’s Bluegrass Boys and stood in for Earl Scruggs. 

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