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Release Week

We’re just coming off a busy and productive week that saw Run Away Tonight hit the street on August 21. The night of the release we played to a sold-out house at The World Famous Station Inn in Nashville. We had a great time and were joined on stage by several talented guests: Ron Block, […]Read More »

Big Week

Feedstore w_BankestersWe have a big week ahead: Wednesday, our “Track-by-Track” show will air on SiriusXM’s Bluegrass Junction at 11:00 AM eastern. We’ll chat with Kyle Cantrell, and he’ll play all the tracks from “Run Away Tonight.” Friday, August 21 is our actual release date for the album, and we’ll celebrate it with a special show at the […]Read More »

New Tracks Available

The Night Drivers are freshly back from a wonderful experience at the High Mountain Hay Fever bluegrass festival. Thanks to Ron Thomason and everyone involved for having us. While we were there, Chad Graves of the Hillbenders taped a couple of songs for a satellite TV show. Today (July 17) is an important day for […]Read More »

Run Away Tonight

First order of business: there are some exciting developments regarding our upcoming release on Mountain Home: a sneak preview video has been released (see the home page), coinciding with the release of two downloadbale pre-release tracks that are available with an album pre-order. Those pre-orders became available on Tuesday. One of the tracks available is […]Read More »

Album Progress

We are all but done with the recording of our first record for the Mountain Home label. We’re more excited about this release than any we’ve done. The album will be firmly focused on our band but we will have a guest or two helping us here and there, mostly label mates. It will be […]Read More »

Home at Mountain Home

  I’m finally able to post an update, after making it through the Nashville ice/sleet storm of ’15. By the way, when did they start giving winter storms names like “Octavia”? We used to just say “it looks like snow tonight,” and let it go at that. Anyway, it was not my intention to “lead […]Read More »

New single, and "later" Miss Dixie

Greetings from faraway Scotland in the season of the Burns Supper (poet Robert Burn’s birthday is January 25th). First off, dispensing with some current band news, we released a new single from our live album Live at the Old Feed Store (see video above), an original of mine called “Like a Hawk.” It’s a song […]Read More »

Cyber Monday goes international

Greetings from Angus, Scotland, where I’ll be hanging out for another week, before returning for some shows, including Christmas in the Smokies and our live taping of a Song of the Mountains show in Marion, VA. It turns out that not only has “Black Friday” started to spread around the world (even though no one […]Read More »

Scotland to Arizona

Greetings from Tempe, AZ, a hangout for me back when I was with Weary Hearts. I’m here in advance of our appearance at the 35th annual Wickenburg Bluegrass Festival, a festival I also played as a Weary Hearts member. I arrived a day early to try to get over jet lag; I flew here straight […]Read More »

Raleigh and Release Recap

I was meaning to write a Raleigh recap days ago, but a few things came up, like a live album release, doing a lot of on-air fill-in work for Kyle Cantrell on Bluegrass Junction, and flying to Scotland. Other than that, it’s been pretty quiet. Raleigh seemed to be a resounding success once again. We […]Read More »

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