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Album Review

Newfound Road specializes in modern but traditional-sounding bluegrass; most of the songs on the band's second album are relatively recent compositions, but all except one of them is played in a straight-up old-school style, with astringent vocal harmonies and hard-charging instrumental muscle. (The exception is a more country-flavored version of Tom T. Hall's regretful love ballad "That's How I Got to Memphis," which replaces the banjo with a second guitar.) The program isn't exactly groundbreaking, but it offers quite a few undeniably powerful performances — highlights include the swinging and jazzy "Nothin' Ever Turns Out Right," a fine instrumental titled "Edinburgh" credited to lead singer Tim Shelton, and an excellent a cappella arrangement of the classic hymn "Rock of Ages." The album ends powerfully with a barnburning gospel number titled "Jesus Sure Changed Me." The missteps are minor, and none are particularly serious; "Somewhere Between" and "I Need You Lord" are both a bit maudlin even by gospel standards, and "Lonesome Feelin'" feels a bit like filler. Recommended overall.


Formed: 04 July 2001 in Ohio

Genre: Country

Years Active: '20s, '30s, '40s, '00s

A bluegrass band with a large dose of gospel thrown in, NewFound Road formed on the 4th of July, 2001, in southwest Ohio. Based out of Franklin, OH, the group, which included Tim Shelton (guitar), Rob Baker, Jr. Williams (banjo), and Tim Caudill (bass), decided at the start to keep a traditional acoustic bluegrass sound anchored by strong vocal harmonies. When Caudill left the band, he was replaced by Randy Barnes, who had previously played with Rhonda Vincent. The group recorded a pair of gospel...
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