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Crowe Brothers - Forty Years Old (2014)

1-11-2014, 14:37
Music | Country

Crowe Brothers - Forty Years Old (2014)

Artist: Crowe Brothers
Title Of Album: Forty Years Old
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Country/Bluegrass
Label: Mountain Fever Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:21
Total Size: 91 Mb

1. Lost Highway (3:12)
2. You Turned Forty Years Old (3:32)
3. Excuse Me, I Think I've Got A Heartache (3:25)
4. Green Fields Of Erin (3:07)
5. I've Got The Moon On My Side (3:48)
6. Someday My Ship Will Sail (2:27)
7. Don't Let Our Love Die (2:54)
8. Livin' In A Mobile Home (2:51)
9. Send Me The Pillow (2:49)
10. Where Will You Be (3:25)
11. Angel Mother (3:22)
12. Two Feet On The Floor (2:24)

After seven albums, over forty years of making music together and multiple appearances on the stage of the legendary Grand Ole Opry, The Crowe Brothers continue their tradition of providing beautifully blended harmonies with the release of Forty Years Old. This 12 song offering features new songs and old favorites from some top songwriters including Tom T. and Dixie Hall, Rory Bourke, Hank Locklin and more.

To their credit, they have received recognition from the SPBGMA association (Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America) with awards for Best Bluegrass Rhythm Guitar and Best Instrumental Band, and were nominated by IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) for Emerging Artist of the Year. In 2009, their recording of "Cindy Mae" (written by Cody Shuler), went number one on several bluegrass charts including SiriusXM. In 2011, "He Could Pick the Hound" (penned by Steve Watts), also reached the number one slot.

They were also part of The All-Star Jam" - Live at Graves Mountain, which received an impressive five IBMA nominations in 2011, including a nod for Album of the Year.

The Crowe Brothers deliver soulful lead vocals, harmonies, and expert pickin' on everything they do. Mountain Fever's owner Mark Hodges is a fan. "These guys are first class all the way. Traditional bluegrass is represented at its best by these guys. We are excited to add them to the roster as it solidifies our commitment to the music."

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