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Another great Bryan Sutton album

Wow, I've always loved the way Bryan Sutton plays his guitar, but the vocals on this album are really fantastic. Play Me a Record and Hills for the Head are two standout tracks in my opinion. Definitely worth your time and a good listen. (See him live if you can).

Excellent development from Bryan

Saw him "debute" this album at Rockwood in NYC a few days before its release and everything was strong and tight live. Same is true on the album - great songs. A good mix of originals and covers. Really like what he's doing with his music- not content to stay in his comfort zone but (as the title suggests), always pushing new boundries.

Biography

Born: 1973 in Asheville, NC

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Born near Asheville, North Carolina, in 1973, guitarist Bryan Sutton picked up the guitar at the age of eight and immersed himself in rock and jazz playing, but the rhythms and melodies of bluegrass pickin' held his attention the strongest. After high school, Sutton toured for two years backing gospel artist Karen Peck before joining the contemporary country/gospel band Mid South. Landing in Nashville, he found plenty of studio work playing not only guitar, but fiddle, mandolin, and banjo as well,...
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The More I Learn, Bryan Sutton
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Bluegrass, Music, Country, Rock
  • Released: Jun 03, 2016

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