.......... .. .. ........... "Once In A While You Get Shown The Light In The Strangest Of Places If You Look At It Right" :Robert Hunter

All of the music recordings on this site are recordings of independent origin (ROIOs) Music that has not been officially released. If you are an artist or a legal representative of an artist and you do not want your ROIO shared on my site for free among your fans (and creating new fans), just tell me in the comment area and I will remove them. By the way these recordings exist. They won't go away. All of them can be found at various places on line. Sharing just keeps the fans that support the artists from having to get ripped off by purchasing them on auction sites, and it also introduces music to people who would never have known the artist, creating a stronger fan base.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Nashville Bluegrass Band, Denton, North Carolina, 7-08-1995 (SBD) Re-Post

Nashville Bluegrass Band has won two Grammys for best Bluegrass Album and been nominated another five times. Add Jerry Douglas and Peter Rowan that successful bluegrass sound and you get this great bluegrass treasure to listen to.

Nashville Bluegrass Band w/ Peter Rowan and Jerry Douglas
Denton Bluegrass Festival
Denton, North Carolina
July 8, 1995 Late Show
Source: Soundboard

Pat Enright: Guitar
Alan O'Bryant: Banjo
Roland White: Mandolin
Stuart Duncan : Fiddle
Gene Libbea: Bass

Total Time 76:00
1. Intro
2. Blue Train
3. The Train Carrying Jimmy Rogers Home
4. Kansas City Railroad Blues
5. Dark As The Night, Blue As The Day
6. Toy Heart
7. Blackbirds And The Crows
Enter Peter Rowan & Jerry Douglas
8. That High Lonesome Sound
9. Trails Of Tears
10. Howlin’ At The Moon
11. Jesus Made The Wine
12. One Way//
13. //One Way
15. Crowd
16. Memories Of You
17. More Crowd
18. Silver Or Gold
19. Sally Goodin
20. Thanks….



  1. Holy Moly AZ. You have bequeathed unto us a plethora of bluegrass classics, for which thanks is insufficient. But thanks anyway. You are indeed the live bluegrass man. All the best to you.


  2. Always a little something for every taste.

  3. One more visit and thanks from the same small cave in Oregon. All good wishes,