Corrina Rose Logston – Bluegrass Fiddler (2016)

Posted by admin on December 26, 2017as

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On Bluegrass Fiddler, she has drawn on some jewels from the deep American fiddle tradition, without relying on the overplayed standards that we hear at many of the competitions. She even brings forward a couple of strong new pieces of her own, Sandridge, an easy-going tune in G, and Honeycat Hornpipe, a stately number in E, either of which would have been right at home on a Baker LP from the ’70s.

The album starts with Laughing Boy, with strong support from Kurt Stephenson on banjo and David McLaughlin on mandolin, followed by Timmie Martin’s JC’s Hornpipe, another elegant tune in more of a midwestern style. There’s also a tasty version of Soppin’ The Gravy which rips along at a brisk pace with nice mandolin from Casey Campbell. Stephenson’s banjo really sparkles on this one, as does Logston’s fiery fiddle.

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