Christmas The Mountain Way CD and DVD

by | 19 Dec, 2012

Christmas The Mountain Way

Christmas The Mountain WayThis album features a 15 song CD plus over 60 minutes of DVD and extra features including bonus performances, artist’s interviews and photo gallery.

Hosted by Mike Scott with performances by: Dale Ann Bradley, Steve Gulley, Marty Raybon, Audie Blaylock, Cumberland River, Common Strings, Debbie Gulley, Don Gulley, Brad Gulley, Mike & Brend Scott, and students from the Cumberland River Academy and more.

Stage musicians included:  Jason Burleson (Banjo/Guitar); Clint Hurd (Mandolin); Brandon Godman (Fiddle); Vic Graves (Dobro); Bryan Turner (Bass); and John Bradley (Bass).

What folks are saying:

From conception to production to execution, it’s hard to imagine a better bluegrass Christmas experience than what’s offered in Christmas The Mountain Way. Mark it essential – The Bluegrass Special.

If you’re in the mood for some good, down-home bluegrass Christmas music, you should give this album a chance. I’ll keep it in the holiday shuffle on my CD player.  Another plus — the album has introduced me to the breathtaking vocals of Brad Gulley.  For that alone, I give thanks – Parchbench.

Of particular note is the banjo playing of Jason Burleson and the fiddle playing of Brandon Godman. Dale Ann and Steve Gulley perform Christmas the Mountain Way that they wrote together and Brad Gulley gives an inspired performance of O Holy Night. Marty Raybon affirms his faith with his original song, A Way in the Manger – California Bluegrass Association.

A well done CD of Christmas music here that goes far above the average generic Christmas album. I recommend this to everybody this Christmas season – Hudson Valley Bluegrass Assoc.

Nothing sets the heart’s yule log burning like a cup of hot cocoa and the warmth of the Bluegrass Christmas tunes on Rural Rhythm Records CD/DVD Christmas The Mountain Way.   Some of the best voices blending cheerily together in perfect harmony with awesome picking is sure to put you in a nostalgic mood for Christmas.  The rememberances of past holidays with a glad heart to making new memories with family and friends is captured with new joy.    It’s Christmas and the mountain message we remember, was simply Love – Gracie Muldoon, WorldwideBluegrass.com.

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