We are very proud and pleased with our CD review by Bill Wagner in the last issue of the Old Time Herald:
"They are on the entertainer end of the spectrum and that is reflected in their debut CD. …After all, there is a reason these tunes are popular and that is because they are pleasing….The band is at their best on the instrumental tunes. "Garfield's Blackberry Blossom" gets a nice airing, pushed along by some long, Puckett-like guitar runs from Barbour. Herling also gives a good kick to "Texas Gals," "Billy in the Lowground," and "Big Scioty," throwing in a few twists here and there. His standout tracks, indeed the standout tracks of th recording are, however, "East Tennessee Blues" and "If the River Was Whiskey." Those come together best, probably because of the infectious, swingy beat and good feeling. Herling is also at his most inventive, creating some very good lines and variations. "if the River Was Whiskey" features his best singing here, though "Dixie Darling" is a close second, with "Up On the Blue Ridge Mountain" just behind that. Both sides of the coin, archivist and entertainer, are needed, but the name of the game is still entertainment. The Indian Run Stringband gives us a good bit of that with this debut."
Check out the entire review on the Press and Quotes page. Thank you all for your love and support 🙂