Remington Ryde’s Pinecastle Records debut A Storyteller’s Memory will be available this Friday, November 3rd. The James King tribute album includes the band’s take on some of the late singer’s most beloved songs including “Thirty Years of Farmin’,” “Bed by the Window,” “A Few Old Memories,” “Leavin’,” and a song bandleader Ryan Frankhouser wrote and dedicated to King’s memory titled “Mr. King.” The album also includes a bonus track It’s a Cold Cold World sung by King in 1989.
Remington Ryde performs over 100 shows each year. While bandleader Ryan Frankhouser is the founder of the Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival held annually in the band’s home state of Pennsylvania. Over the last two years, the band has received five SPBGMA award nominations.
Remington Ryde includes Ryan Frankhouser on guitar and lead vocals, Billy Lee Cox (played with the Country Gentlemen and Charlie Moore) on banjo, Warren Blair (played with the original Bluegrass Cardinals) on fiddle, Stanley Efaw on mandolin with Richard Egolf on bass.
Learn more from the Remington Ride Website.