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On HOLD ON multi-GRAMMY nominees Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen plant another flag in their journey of musical exploration, delivering a set of high-octane bluegrass that solidifies their reputation as one of the best bands on the progressive bluegrass scene. There's an overarching theme of love that runs through the album's 11 tracks, and a spirit of hope for better days ahead. Solivan says, "That spirit grew out of the experience of the past two pandemic years which took so much away from so many. The goal with this album is to bring some joy, peace and comfort to the listener." Without a doubt Solivan and company dazzle too, with covers like Newgrass Revival's "Sail To Australia" (featuring John Cowan on harmony vocals), Buzz Busby's "Lost," and Orleans' "Sails," sitting alongside the upbeat Solivan originals "I'm Already Gone" and "Hold On," which open the album, and the instrumental cooker, "Scorchin' The Gravy".
On HOLD ON multi-GRAMMY nominees Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen plant another flag in their journey of musical exploration, delivering a set of high-octane bluegrass that solidifies their reputation as one of the best bands on the progressive bluegrass scene. There's an overarching theme of love that runs through the album's 11 tracks, and a spirit of hope for better days ahead. Solivan says, "That spirit grew out of the experience of the past two pandemic years which took so much away from so many. The goal with this album is to bring some joy, peace and comfort to the listener." Without a doubt Solivan and company dazzle too, with covers like Newgrass Revival's "Sail To Australia" (featuring John Cowan on harmony vocals), Buzz Busby's "Lost," and Orleans' "Sails," sitting alongside the upbeat Solivan originals "I'm Already Gone" and "Hold On," which open the album, and the instrumental cooker, "Scorchin' The Gravy".
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On HOLD ON multi-GRAMMY nominees Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen plant another flag in their journey of musical exploration, delivering a set of high-octane bluegrass that solidifies their reputation as one of the best bands on the progressive bluegrass scene. There's an overarching theme of love that runs through the album's 11 tracks, and a spirit of hope for better days ahead. Solivan says, "That spirit grew out of the experience of the past two pandemic years which took so much away from so many. The goal with this album is to bring some joy, peace and comfort to the listener." Without a doubt Solivan and company dazzle too, with covers like Newgrass Revival's "Sail To Australia" (featuring John Cowan on harmony vocals), Buzz Busby's "Lost," and Orleans' "Sails," sitting alongside the upbeat Solivan originals "I'm Already Gone" and "Hold On," which open the album, and the instrumental cooker, "Scorchin' The Gravy".
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