Candlewyck & Ty Bennett | Whatcha Gonna Say

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Whatcha Gonna Say

by Candlewyck & Ty Bennett

A high-power newgrass composition written by Ty Bennett featuring Chris Emerson's unique mandolin fretwork and the soaring voice of John Cowan (New Grass Rivival). This song also showcases Jens Kruger (banjo) and Joe Craven (fiddle).
Genre: Country: Progressive Bluegrass
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All original award winning Newgrass/Americana group founded by mandolinist Chris Emerson and songwriter Ty Bennett. Chris and Ty have been recording and performing professionally with Candlewyck and their mandolin / guitar duo Natty Boh for over 15 years. They have gained the respect of musicians and music lovers alike. Their unique sound is a combination of Bennett's refined yet witty compositions and Emerson's fluid and inventive mandolin approach. The product of this pairing is a completely fresh and original style of acoustic music that defies categorization. Ty Bennett is a true craftsman who's writing is at once clever, heartfelt, and intellectual. His songs are not merely complimented but exalted by Chris Emerson's precise soloing and exceptional rhythmic technique.


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