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Ultra-prolific (he manages an album a year, at least) bluegrass gospel kingpin Doyle Lawson brought a new lineup to the studio for 2010’s Light on My Feet, Ready to Fly, a typically spirited and well-executed collection of front-porch spirituals and holy rollers. Lawson (who appears on both the front and back covers sporting one of the finer purple, pink, green, and peach colored suits ever encountered), along with guitarist/vocalist Corey Hensley, bassist Jason Leek, banjo player/guitarist/bass vocalist Dale Perry, resophonic guitarist Josh Swift, and fiddler Jason Barie may not bring anything new to the table, but they certainly know how to make perfectly seasoned comfort food.


Genre: Country

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, fronted by the longtime member of progressive bluegrass pioneers the Country Gentlemen, is a bluegrass ensemble that has made both gospel and secular recordings since its inception in 1979. (Though, as Lawson is a devout Christian, the numbers tip in favor of the gospel.) The group has had numerous members move through its ranks over the years, the one constant being Lawson, who jokingly refers to his group as a "farm team" for professional bluegrass. Doyle Lawson was...
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