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Classic Songs in Fresh Style

The calling card of country music is the harmony of the voices in song and instruments in the dance music. As the fiddle and banjo interweave, so do the voices of the South Carolina Broadcasters.

In an era when "old-time" music is largely presented as fiddle tunes with incidental lyrics, the Broadcasters have reinvigorated the role of the song. Mining the classic repertoire for gems like Flatt & Scrugg's "Roustabout", Hank Williams breathtaking "When God Dips His Love in my Heart" and Johnny William's (modern) title song, they bring a wonderful lift to their performance with tight harmonies and heartfelt singing.

Not that they can't pick. Train 45 is classic mountain music, sawmill fiddle over a swooping clawhammer banjo beat built on a solid guitar foundation. This instrumental command is clear throughout the album. All the songs are done with a mind to the originals, but always in their own style.

If you love the sound of the human voice, you will listen to Can You Hear Me Now over and over and enjoy every minute.

Can You Hear Me Now, The South Carolina Broadcasters
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