LEAVIN TOWN is the debut album from Flamekeeper the new band founded by five-time IBMA Fiddle Player of the Year Michael Cleveland and featuring John Mark Batchelor on banjo, mandolin player Jesse Brock (Lynn Morris Band), guitarist and vocalist Todd Rake straw (Union Station, Timberline Drive), and bassist and vocalist Marshall Wilborn (Lynn Morris Band, Johnson Mountain Boys, Longview). The jaw-dropping intensity of Flamekeepers live performances have already made them a favorite on the bluegrass circuit, and Leaving Town is filled with hard driving instrumental and vocal music that fans the sparks struck by bluegrass's first generation into a bold new flame.
LEAVIN TOWN is the debut album from Flamekeeper the new band founded by five-time IBMA Fiddle Player of the Year Michael Cleveland and featuring John Mark Batchelor on banjo, mandolin player Jesse Brock (Lynn Morris Band), guitarist and vocalist Todd Rake straw (Union Station, Timberline Drive), and bassist and vocalist Marshall Wilborn (Lynn Morris Band, Johnson Mountain Boys, Longview). The jaw-dropping intensity of Flamekeepers live performances have already made them a favorite on the bluegrass circuit, and Leaving Town is filled with hard driving instrumental and vocal music that fans the sparks struck by bluegrass's first generation into a bold new flame.
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Format: CD
Label: ROUNDER / UMGD
Catalog: 105962
Rel. Date: 07/29/2008
UPC: 011661059627

Leavin' Town
Artist: Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper
Format: CD
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LEAVIN TOWN is the debut album from Flamekeeper the new band founded by five-time IBMA Fiddle Player of the Year Michael Cleveland and featuring John Mark Batchelor on banjo, mandolin player Jesse Brock (Lynn Morris Band), guitarist and vocalist Todd Rake straw (Union Station, Timberline Drive), and bassist and vocalist Marshall Wilborn (Lynn Morris Band, Johnson Mountain Boys, Longview). The jaw-dropping intensity of Flamekeepers live performances have already made them a favorite on the bluegrass circuit, and Leaving Town is filled with hard driving instrumental and vocal music that fans the sparks struck by bluegrass's first generation into a bold new flame.