McPeake & May at the Country Music Hall of Fame

Feb. 10, 2019. Nashville, TN. Curtis McPeake & Andy May, with Aubrey Haynie on fiddle and Tim Dishman on bass, played songs from The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad) and answered questions in this Country Music Hall of Fame‘s Musician Spotlight performance. The show was videotaped by the museum’s video crew, live-streamed, and archived for posterity.

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McPeake & May at the Country Music Hall of Fame

MUSICIAN SPOTLIGHT: CURTIS MCPEAKE and ANDY MAY
with Aubrey Haynie and Tim Dishman
Feb 10, 2019, 1pm, Central Time

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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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McPeake & May CD Release – Station Inn – Nashville, TN

Five-string banjo trailblazer Curtis McPeake is hailed as one of the architects of modern bluegrass music. Just months following his 90th birthday, McPeake has emerged from retirement, collaborating alongside his longtime friend, guitarist and singer Andy May, for this new release on the Swift River Music label. Joined by fiddler Aubrey Haynie and bassist Tim Dishman on the CD and…

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Andy May & CurtisMcPeake at Mainframe Studio

Photos: 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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