The Wayfarers | Fire on the Hillside

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Fire on the Hillside

by The Wayfarers

High-energy Appalachian mountain music
Genre: Country: Old-Timey
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1. New River Train
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2. Shortnin' Bread
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3. Fire on the Mountain
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4. Down in the Willow Garden
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5. Pig in a Pen
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6. Boil 'em Cabbage
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7. Angeline the Baker
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8. Policeman
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9. Cripple Creek
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10. Reuben's Train
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11. Mountain Dew
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12. Cold Frosty Morning
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13. Lonesome Road Blues
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14. Crawdad Hole
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hailing from rural Southeast Ohio, The Wayfarers emerged onto the scene in early 2010 playing their own form of American Roots music. While much of their repertoire is drawn from the Appalachian tradition they revere, The Wayfarers fuse tight musicianship - centered largely by the fiddle - with the high energy that characterized early mountain music. With old-time radio shows setting the example, their style encompasses Appalachian dance music, traditional mountain fiddle tunes, and pre-bluegrass music of the 1920's - resulting in a dose of nostalgic Americana. Their spirited approach to live performance is infectious, and people of all ages are drawn in to the sounds of thumping washtub bass, driving guitars, sawing fiddles, and rich harmonies. Whether it's at a large festival or barn square dance, a rock venue or a busy street corner, The Wayfarers continue to carry this music forward with creativity and authenticity, making it contemporary and fun.


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Jon Stephens

Foot Stompin' Music
This CD is great! These young guys take traditional mountain tunes and make them fun to listen to. The singing and playing is exceptional. You cannot help wanting to dance while listening to this album! If you are a fan of old-time music, bluegrass, or even folk, you won't be disappointed with this.

George in Atlanta

Fire On The Hillside
This album rocks. Some of my favorite songs are "Shortnin' Bread", "Pig in a Pen" and "The Crawdad Hole". There is so much energy in this music, you just want to get up and dance. I am very pleased.