Balsam Range releases "Aeonic"
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Balsam Range releases "Aeonic"

Friday, January 4, 2019 – Balsam Range, the reigning International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainer of the Year, is out with "Aeonic," today on Mountain Home. The western North Carolina-based band consists of Buddy Melton, Darren Nicholson, Caleb Smith, Tim Surrett and Marc Pruett. All take a turn on lead vocals except Pruett. "The Girl Who Invented the Wheel" is the first single from the 11-song set.

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CD review - Aeonic Formed in 2007, Balsam Range already earned many international Bluegrass Music Association Awards across six albums. On their seventh, the acoustic quintet features four-part harmonies on most tunes, while the prevailing instruments are fiddle, mandolin, banjo, upright bass and guitar. Balsam Range is Buddy Melton (fiddle, vocals), Darren Nicholson (mandolin, vocals), Dr. Marc Pruett (banjo), Tim Surrett (bass, Dobro, Weissenborn, vocals) and Caleb Smith (guitar, vocals). The curious ...
CD review - Mountain Overture Since forming a little more than a decade ago, North Carolina-based Balsam Range (Buddy Melton, fiddle; Darren Nicholson, mandolin; Tim Surrett, bass; Marc Pruett, banjo; and Caleb Smith, guitar) have established themselves over the course of six critically applauded albums (not counting a Christmas album, though that was well done too) as one of the more dynamic and accomplished bands on the modern bluegrass scene, with a basket full of IBMA awards to back that claim up. ...
CD review - It's Christmas Time You can have your silver bells for Christmas time in the city, but if you're looking to experience a mountain Christmas, look no further than Balsam Range. "It's Christmas Time" opens with the moody "Christmas Lullaby," and ends on an instrumental note, with a bluegrass-y "Jingle Bells." This six-song EP is heavy on familiar holiday songs, including "The First Noel," "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" and "Hark! The Harold Angeles Sing. ...


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