Dan Helman & Marking Time | Shadows On The Wall

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Shadows On The Wall

by Dan Helman & Marking Time

Foot-stompin', hand clappin' traditional bluegrass by a high energy, five-piece band that includes banjo, mandolin, and fiddle. Old-time country & bluegrass favorites, original songs, and a little gospel.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Rise
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2:45 album only
2. Drifting Away
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2:43 album only
3. Shadows On the Wall
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2:06 album only
4. Red Clay Halo
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2:40 album only
5. Little Girl
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6. Old Black Joe
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7. Yodelin' Fool
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8. Cry of the Wind
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9. I Was There When It Happened
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10. A Beautiful Life
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11. Long Black Veil
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Album Notes
Dan Helman's love of bluegrass music originated from hearing it played and sung around him all throughout his childhood and teenage years. His father Dave Helman, who originally hails from West Virginia, has an old-time country and bluegrass radio show and hosts a winter bluegrass concert series near their hometown of Granby, Massachusetts. The nut didn’t fall too far from the tree…

In February of 2002 Dan and his father Dave met Mary Ann Donze when they were all asked to join a gospel bluegrass group that was forming. It was here that Dan and Mary Ann quickly found themselves to be musically like-minded. They rounded up two more instruments, and they’ve been playing as a band since 2004.


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