Reflections

nothin-fancyThere’s nothin’ fancy here, just toe-tappin’ good ole Bluegrass music.

The disc is filled with terrific songs, most composed by mandolin and lead guitar player Mike Andes. The traditional instrumentation is complemented by warm, rich harmonies from these talented men. The band, formed in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, has been together 10 years. They have toured and played festivals so extensively that this is only the second CD they’ve had time to record. This high-energy acoustic music is smooth and pleasing to the ear. —Bill Groll / CountryRootsMusic.com

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