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The Westbound Rangers

by The Westbound Rangers

Lurking in the murking waters of bluegrass, old-time, folk, old country, rock-a-billy and americana
Genre: Folk: String Band
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2. Old Plank Road
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3. Gospel Plow
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4. Johnny's Song
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5. Angelina Baker
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6. The Other Side
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7. Clocks
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8. Unpredictable
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Hailing from Nashville via North Carolina, Virginia, Alabama and Texas, The Westbound Rangers are forging a new sound that crosses boundaries between Americana, Bluegrass, and Old-Time. The four piece string band, consisting of clawhammer banjo(Graham Sherrill), mandolin(Mike Walker), guitar(Read Davis) and doghouse bass(Wes Burkhart), has been turning heads since the band’s unassuming start in 2008. Music City provided the perfect artistic melting pot for the boys to embrace each other’s unique musical sensibilities. The Rangers’ three part harmonies manage to preserve an energetic spirit that is often missing in modern vocal styles—bluegrass and other. This pursuit of energy and excitement led the Rangers to record their debut album completely live around three microphones in a living room. What came out is a literal “slice of time” that has the same raw feeling you would experience if the boys stepped right into your living room to spend some time with you. It’s this commitment to being real that binds the Rangers together and creates such a devoted following of friends.



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