Wednesday, May 21, 2008

New CD unleashed in Minnesota

We just returned from our 'gig' of the season in Southeast Minnesota in a town called Lanesboro.  It was the 10th anniversary of Bluff Country Gathering,  a weekend music camp  with workshops, concerts and a big Saturday night dance mostly held in a small community center.  It was great place to introduce our new CD 'Never Grow Old'  to a fantastic audience of old-time/bluegrass  and dance enthusiasts.  We sold out and wish we had brought more. 

 Anyway, we want to let everyone whose interested know  that the title is 'Not Ragged But Right' as was mentioned in a recent Floyd publication  although that fine song is Track 2 of 15.  We are proud of our efforts to finally have a compilation of the many kinds of songs we know and perform.  As Professor Kinney Rorer says  it " will appeal to the Saturday night sinner as well as the Sunday morning saint".

We will be the primary source for this at first so if you want one that's still 'hot'  of the presses
then see the ordering info at the bottom of the page.  

As always it is best to deal directly with the 'artist' to keep the middle man at bay, but, we plan to have them available in our usual consignment locations around Floyd in the coming weeks. It will also eventually be available through County Sales, the Floyd Country Store, and Ol '97 Wreckords and others.

Mark Hodges of Mountain Fever records and studios will be setting things up for folks to purchase digital downloads from our new myspace music page.  You can now hear 90 second clips of a few songs on the CD by visiting myspace.com/macanjennytraynham anytime.

We plan to put some more clips  of the new effort on this site soon as well.

Thanks for your reading this and for any and all of your support for old-time music. 

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