Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Releases
Out today, Dirt Does Dylan finds the Dirt Band recording their top picks from Bob Dylan’s inventory with a little assistance from their companions
It’s been a couple of years since Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s Jeff Hanna paid $4 to see Bob Dylan play at his secondary school hall in Long Beach,
California, however the fire lit within Hanna that evening actually consumes areas of strength for as could be expected.
Hanna and his Dirt Band bandmates have had all in all their very own profession from that point forward, presenting society,
twang, and blue grass music — what might later be named “History of the U.S” — to an entirely different age of fans.
Their most recent exertion, in any case, is a round trip get back with Dirt Does Dylan, a ten-track collection featuring a portion of the pearls from Dylan’s immense index with the assistance of three new musicians:
fiddle expert Ross Holmes; vocalist lyricist and bass player Jim Photoglo (who kept in touch with one of the Dirt Band’s greatest hits,
“Fishin’ in the Dark”); and Dirt Band pioneer Jeff Hanna’s child, the ludicrously capable artist and guitarist Jaime Hanna.
Delivered and recorded by Ray Kennedy at Room and Board Studio in Nashville, Tennessee,