One Dime at a Time

scr-one-dime-at-a-timeListening to slick, highly produced Bluegrass leaves you stone cold. That’s not how you’ll feel when you slip Steep Canyon Rangers’ One Dime at a Time into your CD player. Listening to Jerry Chestnut’s classic mid-1960s smash hit, The Band’s “Evangeline” or the Rangers’ own tracks, it’s hard not to notice each song’s verve. For traditional-sounding Bluegrass, just pop “two dollars in the jukebox, one dime at a time.” —Chris Wienk

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