Very, very honored to be a part of this moving work of art for a noble cause.
I know many of you are looking for artists to support, voices to amplify, good causes to follow: this is one such person.
Michelle Angela Ortiz is working to make the world a better place.
Here’s a teaser:
While all ten cuts are a pleasure, not to be missed are “A Few Hundred Miles,” which mentions the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Carolina hills and is perhaps the most bluegrassy; “Frankford Junction,” a satisfying train song; “You Can Never Go Home Again,” a story song; and a done-me-wrong song, “You Don’t Return My Tenderness,” and a “leaving” song, “Grieve, Cry, And Moan.” It’s all there, folks.
This is the happiest I’ve ever been with our sound.
Folks, please check this out. Share with your friends.
I’m so immensely proud to play this music with this band.
Pacific Northwest, be hereby warned!
Engine Driver Presents: Gangstagrass w/ The Railsplitters
Fri 9 PM PDT
GANGSTAGRASS with The Railsplitters and Speaker Minds
Sat 9 PM PDT
Evening Coffee with Gangstagrass at New Morning Bakery
Sun 6 PM PDT
New Morning Bakery
Gangstagrass at Harlow’s Restaurant and Nightclub
Tue 9 PM PDT
Harlows Restaurant & Night Club
Gangstagrass at Cornerstone, Berkeley
Wed 8 PM PDT
Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music
Gangstagrass at the Sound Lounge ($10)
Thu 9:30 PM PDT
The Sound Lounge
Grants Pass, OR
Gangstagrass at Sisters Music Festival!
Sep 8 – Sep 10