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by Howdy!

Outlaw Folk Music- A blend of Insurgent Country, Jam Band, Reggae, and Bluegrass.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. The Stranger
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2. Factory Farm
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3. Katy Brown
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4. Alice Garden
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5. Medicine
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6. Mountain and Ocean
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7. Diamond Star/Unquiet Grave
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8. Chivalry
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9. Fishercat
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10. Man From Tennessee
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12. High Minded Parties
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Album Notes
Mixing equal parts black cat bone, whiskey and graveyard dirt, Howdy! conjures a strange invocation of bluegrass, folk and southern Americana; sometimes described as acoustic jam but best described as “Outlaw Folk”. Singing songs of dust and despair, angels and devils, redemption and celebration, Howdy! composes a liturgy of sound evoking earlier times whilst weaving music familiar yet altogether new.

Howdy! is Tennessee native Dave Nanstad on vocals, acoustic guitar and harmonica, Southern California native Sean Hancock on mandolin and vocals, and Northern California native Aspen Stevenson on upright bass and vocals. Revelers at Howdy!
shows have been heard to exclaim...”they cast out devils and speak with new tongues..!”.


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great cd
the cd is lots of fun to listen to. very happy upbeat music. all bluegrass fans will love it!!!!!!


I can't stop listening to this CD every song gets better than the last!
Extremely well mixed the arrangement is right on with a perfect mixture of good time, super swett, hauntingly romantic, and darkly aluring songs. Not to mention the pristine instrumentals, these boys sure can pick! I cant stop listening to this CD until I know all the words!

very nice
This is one of the most original groups to come along in years.
The CD is a must have. Great Job


Wow! Loved it! Bought three!
This CD is great! We love it! We love Howdy! They are great! Wonderful talent......Thanks!

A Fan!

If you love bluegrass, you must have this album.
Howdy is the best original bluegrass band to come along in awhile. I can't wait to hear what they're going to record next.

Kathy Allmon

Loved it! Totally awesome! Very talented musicians!
CD is awesome, I found all the songs to be original and inovative, really liked the lyrics and the individual ability of each artist. Haven't wanted to listen to anything else since I got the cd. I must say that this is a big Howdy for Howdy.