I suppose fans of a band called Constant Change can’t be surprised by new members. And this North Carolina outfit, who’s been performing together since 2009, has a couple of new faces in the lineup.
To the nucleus of founding member Clifton Preddy on fiddle, and brothers Brian and Daniel Aldridge on banjo and mandolin, have more recently been added Greg Luck on guitar and Zak McLamb on bass. The guys have been recording this summer, with plans for a new CD, their fourth, before the year is out.
They sent along this snippet of one of the tunes, Yellow Rock, as a preview.
Constant Change is represented by Deep River Management, and they will be appearing at a showcase hosted by Deep River during IBMA week in Raleigh next month. It is scheduled for the evening of Saturday, September 28 at the Lincoln Theater, just a block or so from the main convention site. Joining them will be other Deep River acts Bridgetown, Al Batten & the Bluegrass Reunion and The Wrecked Fretts.
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