Pete Goble – When I’m Knee Deep in Bluegrass

| September 13, 2005

When I'm Knee Deep In BluegrassWe recieved this email about Pete Goble’s latest CD When I’m Knee Deep In Bluegrass and thought we’d pass it along to our readers.

In April of 2005, FireHeart Records released a much anticipated CD by bluegrass songwriter and singer Pete Goble. Recorded in Nashville with some of the very best musicians in the business. “When I’m Knee Deep in Bluegrass” captures the words, feelings and melodies that are the heart of bluegrass music. The album features 14 previously unreleased original songs written and performed by Pete. Guest artists on the album include Don Rigsby on mandolin, Terry Eldredge on string bass, David Talbot on banjo and Glen Duncan on fiddle.

Widely renowned as one of the very best bluegrass songwriters, Pete has penned such bluegrass hits as Tennessee 1949, Colleen Malone and You’ll be a Lost Ball to name just a few. Pete and longtime co-writer Leroy Drumm have had their songs recorded by such notable artists as The Osborne Brothers, Hot Rize, The Country Gentlemen, Doyle Lawson and Jimmy Martin among others.

If you’d like to purchase “When I’m Knee Deep in Bluegrass” we’ll give you a great deal! Any fan who mentions this e-mail when purchasing Pete’s new CD between September 12th and September 18th from the FireHeart Records Website will get a $5.00 discount off the retail price of $15.00 per CD and we’ll throw in free shipping. We’re so excited about this new album that we want to make sure everyone gets to hear it!

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