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Traditional bluegrass vocalist James King's second set is as good as the first. Tenor singer Dudley Connell returns to supply great high harmony vocals. Highlights of this set include a strong, soulful version of West Virginia songwriter Hazel Dickens' A Few Old Memories, and Sharon Higgins' Crazy Heart. He's as likely to pick an old country song as a bluegrass chestnut, as shown by the Ernest Tubb and George Jones songs included here. Even Vince Gill's "When I Call Your Name" is made to sound like an old bluegrass classic. ~ Ben O'Connor, Rovi

Biography

Born: 1958 in Caroll County, VA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

With his 1993 solo album These Old Pictures, James King was established as a top-notch bluegrass vocalist. The album, however, was only the latest step in a musical career that had begun 14 years before. A featured member of Ralph Stanley's Clinch Mountain Boys in the 1980s, King, who was raised in Virginia's Carroll County, grew up listening to bluegrass. His father, Jim King, had appeared on Roanoke television with Don Reno and Red Smiley as tenor vocalist and guitarist for the Country Cousins,...
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