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"The duo is Bob Hight (mandolin, guitar) and Kirby Heard (guitar, mandolin) and they appear to be from North Carolina. They are joined on this project by Jeanette Williams on bass, Nikki Wright on fiddle, and Jody King on banjo. Produced by Johnny Williams, the album is a collection of mostly familiar tunes ranging from “Sea Of Heartbreak” to “My Blue Eyed Darling.” In between, you’ll hear others such as “Beneath Still Waters,” “Send Me Your Address From Heaven,” “Ashes Of Love,” “Carolina State Of Mind,” “The Pain Of Loving You,” and the gospel “Heaven Will Be Mine.” Their harmonies are patterned after the Louvin Brothers singing style and are best shown on “My Baby’s Gone” and “Are You Missing Me.” A pretty fair outing for these folks. (www.doublehbluegrass.com)"

“Hey!! Annette here. I ripped the CD, gave it a listen and had to add it. That's a great project! Thank you for sending it. It's also being made available to all the DJ's on the station so don't hesitate to spread the word that you're being heard on the jamboree.”

“Double H Bluegrass Band updates the somewhat conservative contours of the Tom Hall original to great effect; their rendition simmers with an enthusiasm that improves the inspiration.”

“The Double H Bluegrass Band put on quite a performance. There were a lot of standard bluegrass songs by the likes of Johnny Cash and Bill Monroe. They also did some bluegrass tributes to Janis Joplin and The Eagles.”