We’ve posted many times about the new secular CD from Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, More Behind The Picture Than The Wall. It’s officially released today (3/27), and can be purchased wherever bluegrass music is sold, online or in the real world.
If you ordered directly from Doyle’s web site, you should be receiving your copy in the next day or so.
We found an early review in Sunday’s edition of The Tuscaloosa News, which made note of the theme of the CD.
Lawson is known in particular for his religious-themed recordings but his new release on Rounder, "More Behind the Picture than the Wall,” due in stores on March 27, delves deeply into the secular side of bluegrass.
No, the songs aren’t about hell raising, hard drinking or cheating. Lawson, true to the tradition, is a true-blue straightedge kind of guy when it comes to musical themes.
Read the full review online.