The Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet have released their first concert DVD, recorded live at the historic Memorial Church in Dayton, OH earlier this year.
Among these Farm Hands are Daryl Mosely on bass, Tim Graves on resonator guitar, Bennie Boling on banjo, and Kevin Williamson on guitar.
Entitled Ohio Live, the DVD captures the band’s stage show in full, including 11 songs, plus their between-song banter and stories behind many of the songs.
Graves offered a taste of their show…
“Every night, Kevin sings a kid’s song that he wrote and it’s simply hilarious. Then Daryl tells how he came to write the Gospel classic Ask the Blind Man, He Saw It All, and there are tears all over the house.
We had hoped the video could capture the joy and the intimacy that we share with the audiences at our concerts. We’re very satisfied with how it seems to come through.”
Songs included are:
- Over In The Gloryland
- Old Rugged Cross
- The 4 of Us
- When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
- Why Me, Lord
- Earl’s Breakdown
- Schmidly Auk a Neekee
- Hand in Hand With Jesus
- Anywhere Is Home
- Ask the Blind Man, He Saw It All
- Gospel Medley
Ohio Live is available from the band’s web site, at any of their live shows, and from selected retailers.
Category: Bluegrass film/movie news
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