One of the most recognized vocalists in bluegrass music, and beyond, is back with his long-awaited second solo album – Wheels.
Dan Tyminski’s prominence has steadily grown through his role as vocalist and multi-instrumentalist in Alison Krauss and Union Station and through his enduring version of I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow on the hit soundtrack to the film O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Now with the release of Wheels, Tyminski delivers a superb project accentuated by the inimitable talent of his band – Barry Bales, bass; Justin Moses, fiddle and Dobro; Adam Steffey, mandolin; Ron Stewart, banjo and fiddle – along with special guests Vince Gill, Ron Block, and Cheryl and Sharon White.
Combining a sophisticated, modern sound with Tyminski’s hallmark, searing intensity, Wheels features a powerful set of songs dealing with conflict, transition, heartbreak, and the lessons of life – all delivered with timeless soul from one of the great voices of contemporary bluegrass.
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