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Too Late to Turn Back Now is the title of a 1977 album by the progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival on the Flying Fish label. It was their first live album, and was recorded at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival.
Charles Samuel Bush is an American mandolinist who is considered an originator of progressive bluegrass music. In 2020, he was inducted into the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame as a member of New Grass Revival.
New Grass Revival was an American progressive bluegrass band founded in 1971, and composed of Sam Bush, Courtney Johnson, Ebo Walker, Curtis Burch, Butch Robins, John Cowan, Béla Fleck and Pat Flynn. They were active between 1971 and 1989, releasing more than twenty albums as well as six singles. Their highest-charting single is "Callin' Baton Rouge", which peaked at No. 37 on the U.S. country charts in 1989 and was a Top 5 country hit for Garth Brooks five years later.
New Grass Revival is the most commonly used title of an album recorded and released in 1972 by the progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival on the Starday label. This album was also released under the titles, The Arrival of the New Grass Revival and Today's Bluegrass.
Fly Through the Country is the title of the second studio album by the progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival, released in 1975 on the Flying Fish label. It is also the title of the fifth song on the album.
When the Storm is Over is the third studio album recorded by the progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival, released in 1977 on Flying Fish Records. The album includes a mix of covers, both traditional and contemporary, as well as band-penned songs.
The Mountain is the eighth studio album by Steve Earle, backed by the Del McCoury Band, and released in 1999.
Barren County is the title of the fourth studio album by progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival, released in 1979 on the Flying Fish label. The album is named for Barren County near the musicians' homes in south central Kentucky in the United States.
The Great Dobro Sessions is a 1994 country music and bluegrass album featuring an all-star line-up of 10 American resonator guitar players, produced by dobro players Jerry Douglas and Tut Taylor.
Alan Munde is an American five-string banjo player and bluegrass musician.
Grand Arrival is the third studio album by Bryn Haworth, released on the A&M Records label. The songs We're All One and Woman Friend were both released as singles.
Del Rio, TX 1959 is the debut album of American country music artist Radney Foster. It was released in 1992 on the Arista Nashville label, and it produced five singles for Foster on the Billboard country charts: "Just Call Me Lonesome", "Nobody Wins", "Easier Said Than Done", "Hammer and Nails", and "Closing Time". All of these except "Closing Time" were Top 40 hits on the country charts; "Nobody Wins" was the highest-charting, reaching #2.
Commonwealth is the title of the fifth studio album by progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival, released in 1981 on the Flying Fish label. This album was the last one for two band members, Courtney Johnson and Curtis Burch, who cited fatigue with the band's touring schedule.
Real Man is the sixth studio album by American country music singer Billy Dean. It was released August 25, 1998, via Capitol Records Nashville. The album includes two singles: the title track and "Innocent Bystander", which respectively reached #33 and #68 on the U.S. Billboard country singles charts. Dean co-produced the album with David Gates, formerly of Bread, and co-wrote several of its songs with him. "Voices Singing," features the St. Nicholas School Children's Choir of Chattanooga, as well as Dean's son, Eli.
Me Oh My, How the Time Does Fly: A John Hartford Anthology is a compilation album by American musician John Hartford, released on LP and cassette in 1987. It was reissued and remastered on CD in 1994 featuring the track listing below.
Grass Roots: The Best of New Grass Revival is a compilation album by the progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival, released in 2005.
Courtney Johnson was an American banjo player, best known for his work as an original member of the band New Grass Revival. Influenced by Ralph Stanley and his Clinch Mountain Boys, Johnson is often considered to be an inventor of the newgrass style of banjo playing, polished and improved later on by such personalities as Béla Fleck, Alison Brown, Scott Vestal of Sam Bush Band and Jens Krüger of Kruger Brothers.
Circles Around Me is an album by American bluegrass mandolin player Sam Bush, released through Sugar Hill Records in October 2009.
Larry Keel is a bluegrass musician "reared in" Southwest Virginia who's been performing "seriously" since 1976. He was a founding member of Magraw Gap in 1990 with Danny Knicely and Will Lee. He performs with his wife, bassist Jenny Keel, in The Larry Keel Experience – and with other musicians in other groups. He has released over a dozen albums, the latest being Experienced in 2016, which he recorded with his group, Larry Keel Experience. He is married to his bass player, Jenny Keel.
The Mountain is the ninth studio album by American country music singer Dierks Bentley. It was released on June 8, 2018 via Capitol Records Nashville. It features the singles "Woman, Amen", "Burning Man" and "Living". The album was co-produced by Jon Randall and Ross Copperman.
Rhythm & Bluegrass: Hank Wilson, Vol. 4 is an album by singer and songwriter Leon Russell and the band New Grass Revival with Russell singing under the pseudonym Hank Wilson. Produced by Russell, the album was recorded in the 1980 but was not released until October 23, 2001. This is Russell's second album with New Grass Revival, who became his backup group and opening act in 1979.