Wayne Taylor & Appaloosa are back in the studio this week, cutting tracks for a new band project, tentatively titled I’m Moving On. They are shooting for a July release on Raincoe Music. It will be their fourth.
Nine of the songs will be Wayne’s originals, along with some classics from the world of folk and bluegrass.
Keith Arneson is on banjo, Emory Lester on mandolin, Kene Hyatt on bass, and Taylor on guitar and vocals. Rickie Simpkins will pop in to add fiddle at a later date.
Wayne shared a few words about the studio where they are working, and some photos.
“The studio is in Sharpsburg, MD, where the battle of Antietam (Battle of Sharpsburg) took place. The studio is an old two story farm house that was used as a hospital during the war. Todd Stotler is the engineer and owns Echoes Recording Studio.
He said there are no ghosts there.”
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