Pinecastle Records is proud to announce the release of two new albums; The Farm Hands Dig in the Dirt and Sister Sadie’s debut eponymous album.
The Farm Hands’ upcoming album features five of the 12 tunes penned by band members. Member Daryl Mosley recently took home “Bluegrass Song Writer of the Year” at the latest SPBGMA Bluegrass Music Awards. The band’s Dobro player, Tim Graves won “Dobro Performer of the Year.” The band as a whole took home “Gospel Group of the Year” and “Vocal Group of the Year.” Along with Graves and Mosley (bass), the band also includes Keith Tew on guitar, Bennie Boling on banjo. The fellas are joined on the album by guest fiddler Kimberly Bibb. The Farm Hands are currently touring the country in support of the new release. The band performs over a hundred tour dates every year.
Click here to purchase The Farm Hands – Dig in the Dirt
“With all of this talent in one bus, you expect great music, and they deliver.” – Larry Stephens, Country Standard Time
Sister Sadie’s debut self-titled album features various combinations of the ladies trading lead singing duties as well as the band’s sigificant instrumental talent. Bandmembers Tina Adair and Deanie Richardson each have songwriting credits on two songs. The remaining eight tunes were handpicked favorites from the band. Other bandmembers include: Dale Ann Bradley (Grammy nominated/multiple IBMA Awards), Gena Britt, and Beth Lawrence.
Sister Sadie is a straight ahead bluegrass band comprised of five good friends born out of what was originally supposed to be a one time jam at The Station Inn in Nashville, TN. Shortly after that sold out show, the band began getting calls for gigs and the girls decided to officially form Sister Sadie. Each member would remain in their own bands and from time to time get together to perform special events.
“This will be one of the most highly-anticipated new recordings in recent years. Seems like a can’t miss.” – John Lawless, Bluegrass Today