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A child prodigy on mandolin and banjo, Sarah Jarosz also plays guitar and several other instruments on Follow Me Down, and wrote nine of its 11 tracks. Her uncommon talent attracted many high-profile guests for this recording including Bela Fleck, Victor Krauss, Jerry Douglas, Darrell Scott, and Chris Thile, plus harmony vocals from Vince Gill, Shawn Colvin, and Dan Tyminski, who complement Jarosz’s own sweet, sultry voice. As you’d expect, the musicianship is remarkable, and the players sound inspired by her rich songs. Her own “Annabelle Lee,” for instance, sounds like a century-old Appalachian ballad while her sublime cover of Radiohead’s “The Tourist” is thoroughly modern in mood and execution, as are “Come Around,” “My Muse,” and “Here Nor There.” Two textured instrumentals demonstrate her range and feel: the mandolin and fiddle showstopper “Old Smitty” and the ethereal and touching “Peace,” which closes the album with waves of intertwining mandolin, cello, fiddle, and wood flute. Follow Me Down is a gorgeous and accomplished album that delights more with each listen.

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Although Bluegrass fans will find plenty to like here, don't let the assigned genre scare you off. Yes, there's plenty of fine fiddle, mandolin and banjo playing, but the focus here is on melodic depth and texture.
The musicianship is impeccable in its execution, with the heavy hitters each contributing their signature sound in a tastefully restrained manner so as not to upstage. Ms. Jarosz's fascinating vocal range, as demonstrated in "The Tourist", is front and center throughout, making this one of the most delightful listens I have experienced lately.

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Beautiful music. She's one of the greatest American artist of our day.

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I've never listened to this style of music. But she's found a way to draw me in and keep me intrigued I'm now and forever a fan of Sarah Jarosz.


Born: May 23, 1991 in Austin, TX

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist (mandolin, clawhammer banjo, and guitar) Sarah Jarosz was seemingly born a musician -- she was already a virtuoso on mandolin by the time she was ten. Born in Austin, Texas on May 23, 1991 Jarosz left no doubt as to where her future was going, and at 12 years old she was jamming with the likes of David Grisman and Ricky Skaggs on-stage. But she wasn’t really bluegrass so much as she was something else: a fine and graceful songwriter with a sweet, timeless...
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