Daryl Mosley said about the album, “We try to write songs and find songs that we believe our fans deeply relate to. As with previous Farm Hands albums, we rely heavily on the subjects of faith, family, history, patriotism, and small-town life. We’re especially excited about this album because we’ve been performing many of the songs live and this collection of songs seem to resonate with our audience in a powerful way.”
Dick Deno, WWIS Radio – “I love the Farm Hands and this CD is absolutely tremendous.”
Joe Wills, WBZC – “The Farm Hands [The] OLD 109 blew me away!”
In April, The Farm Hands performed for the Tennessee State Senate following a proclamation by Tennessee State Senator Kerry Roberts. The statement, read during an official session, honored the band for their contribution to the bluegrass music genre and as musical ambassadors for the state of Tennessee. In addition, the city of West Liberty, KY recently presented The Farm Hands with a key to the city commemorating their appearance as headliners of of the Old Mill Park Bluegrass Festival.
Tim Graves – resophonic guitar, lead and harmony vocals
Daryl Mosley – bass guitar, lead and harmony vocals
Keith Tew – guitar, lead and harmony vocals
Don Hill – banjo and bass vocals