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NewFound Road readies new CD

Tuesday, February 3, 2009 – NewFound Road will release their second disc for Rounder, "Same Old Place," on April 28. The 12-song release consists of driving rhythms, ballads and classic bluegrass.

The Franklin, Ohio group consists of Tim Shelton (vocals), Junior Williams (banjo), Joe Booher (mandolin) and Randy Barnes (bass) with guests Justin Moses, Brandon Godman and Jim VanCleve.

Songs on the CD are:
1. Try to Be
2. Same Old Place
3. My Shoes Sure Know How to Get Around
4. River of Pain
5. Love Stay Away from Me
6. On the Back Row
7. Brand New Broken Heart
8. Give Me Jesus
9. I Am the Man Thomas
10. Lonesome River
11. Piledriver
12. Full Circle

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Live at the Down Home CD review - Live at the Down  Home
Live CDs can sometimes suffer from quality control issues. Not so here with the NewFound Road CD recorded in Johnson City, Tenn. on Dec. 4, 2010. The recording feels like the listener has a seat at the Down Home and yet the tracks have studio sonic quality. The crowd injects energy, but does not distract. The band has its roots in gospel music, but stretches out into other genres. There's a Jackson Browne number, These Days, bluegrass, (a high energy rendition of Reuben) and some smooth country, (Tom T. »»»
Same Old Place
The new album by Newfound Road might be called "Same Old Place," but the music doesn't find the band stalled out in the same old place. Their sophomore release for Rounder (and fifth overall) finds the band teaming with producer Jim VanCleve, of the award winning group Mountain Heart, to polish their sound and song selection. While the sound may be a little too polished for some bluegrass purists, the crisp, clean production brings out the sound of each instrument and harmony part. »»»
Life in a Song CD review - Life in a Song
Seldom does a bluegrass band of unknowns make an immediate impression. With most bands, the members have spent several years paying their dues as understudies in established bands or they've made a name for themselves as solo artists and joined together as some kind of supergroup. Not New Found Road. Relative unknowns from Ohio, Tim Shelton, Rob Baker, Jr. Williams and Randy Barnes ably share the vocal duties while weaving some fine harmonies. They write solid bluegrass tunes while selecting tasty covers. »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: Cantrell continues to satisfy – Laura Cantrell may never be a country star. Not at this stage of her career when she's 50, touring here and there and releasing new music every few years or so. But five albums in, Cantrell continues as a warm, enjoyable and worthy purveyor of her brand of country. That would mean going towards a more traditional side, not rushing the songs... »»»
Concert Review: Not only is Turner traditional, he's popular – Every time Josh Turner reached for some of those wonderful subterranean low notes, which he often pulled out during his enjoyable night show, it was like a superhero applying a superpower. He didn't need this extra advantage to please his audience; he has so many quality songs stockpiled in his catalogue already doing the job.... »»»
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