East Nash Grass to Release New Single, I Almost Told Her.
East Nash Grass, who just received an International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) nomination for New Artist of the Year, is out with a new single, I Almost Told Her. The song will appear on the band’s new album, Last Chance To Win, on Mountain Fever Records set for release on August 18, 2023.
East Nash Grass, Nashville’s newest bluegrass ambassadors, includes James Kee on guitar, Cory Walker on banjo, Maddie Denton on fiddle, Gaven Largent on resophonic guitar, Jeff Picker on bass, and Harry Clark on mandolin, who took home the 2022 IBMA Momentum Award for Instrumentalist of the Year award.
The song was written by James Kee and fans can Preview or Download the new single here.
I Almost Told Her’ addresses the disparity between reality that exists in our minds and the real truth. Assumptions are easy before real communication and once it’s discovered that things aren’t as they seem, it’s often too late. What’s left unsaid can’t be known, so don’t let that happen for what should be said and known – James Kee, songwriter.
The band’s previous singles appeared numerous times on the Bluegrass Today Grassicana Chart, with Railroadin’ and Gamblin’ appearing since April and achieving #1 in late June and Starlet Iris recently appearing at #7.
In June, Sierra Hull and East Nash Grass kicked off the Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman concert series in Nashville, Tennessee, with immense success. This month, the Nashville-based band hits the road for performances in Maryland, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. In addition, the band holds a weekly residency at Dee’s Country Cocktail Lounge in Madison, Tenn., every Monday night.
For a full schedule of East Nash Grass shows and more information, please visit East Nash Grass website.