Ohio’s Nightflyer is back in action after a long winter. The guys are in the studio this month and next, finishing up what will be their second album for the Kang Records label.
A big bonus for the band is the fact that Nightflyer mandolinist, Rick Hayes, is an experienced studio man, and is partnered with fellow musician and audio engineer Clay Hess in both the studio and the label. The two will produce this next project.
In addition to Rick on mandolin, the band consists of Richard Propps on guitar, Ronnie Stewart on banjo, Tony Kakaris on bass, and Tim Jackson on reso-guitar.
They have selected a mix of new songs from Paula Breedlove, Brad Davis, Rick Lang, and Joe Richardson with a few of their favorite songs arranged Nightflyer style.
There is no firm release date as yet, but the new record is expected sometime this Spring.
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