True to the traditions of the mountains with a forward thinking twist, these talented musicians pull out all the stops with foot stompin' sounds from their fiddles, dobros, guitars, banjo and bass. Duckown Station's tight vocals honor the bluegrass genre whether it be traditional tunes or their own original music.
Beethoven gets a nod as well as moonshine runners, Dixie and Deliverance. "Tennessee Twister" is produced by award-winning producer Harry Stinson and co-produced by Nashville's Phil Dillon.
What folks say about Ducktown Station and "Tennessee Twister":
"We keep playing it and playing it. We just don't want to take it out of the CD player." - buyer from CD Baby.
"I love you guys!" - Moby, from Moby in the Morning, Syndicated Radio Host.
"Fiery and Energetic" - the Purple Fiddle... the most popular mountain roadhouse in West Virginia.
"That gal sure can fire up a fiddle." - a respected old-time fiddler in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Ducktown Station Band Members-
Lisa Jacobi on fiddle/violin, mandolin, bass, guitar, vocals
Pete Dasher on Dobro/Resonator Guitar, vocals
Jarrod Payne on Banjo
Denny Mixon on bass and vocals
Larry Guy on guitar, dobro/resonator guitar and vocals
Danny Williams on guitar and vocals
Check out the artist's website:
1. Little Georgia Rose
2. Tennessee Twister
3. Beethoven's Old Hen
4. Banks of the Ohio
5. Marry Me
6. Wayfaring Stranger
7. Feudin' Banjos (deulin' Banjos)
8. Great Divide
9. Dog Train
10. Steel Guitar Rag
11. Your Man Loves You, Honey
12. Muddy Road to Ducktown