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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: CD
  • SKU: PRC125
  • UPC: 755757112529
  • Street Date: 05/04/18
  • PreBook Date: 03/30/18
  • Label: Pinecastle Records »
  • Genre: Country
  • Run Time: 42:00 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Year of Production: 2003
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English


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Ross Nickerson - Blazing The West

Re-release of a popular Pinecastle release featuring a huge lineup of all-star musicians in the folk and bluegrass World

Ross Nickerson - Blazing The West
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Featuring Banjo Player Ross Nickerson with special guests: Riders in the Sky, Tim O'Brien, Darol Anger, Butch Baldassari, Mike Bub, Jason Carter, Joe Craven, David Grier, Rob Ickes, Laurie Lewis, Peter McLaughlin. True West Magazine named Blazing the West the top Bluegrass CD of 2003 in their annual Best of the West issue. Country Music Television voted Blazing the West as a top 10 album

Track Listing

  • El Cumbanchero
  • San Antonio Rose
  • Garcia
  • Panhandle Rag
  • Ghost Riders In The Sky
  • Texas Blues
  • Red River Valley
  • Gunslinger's Blues
  • Lonesome Cowboy
  • Jesse James
  • Don't Fence Me In
  • Standing Eagle
  • Streets of Laredo

Sales Points

  • for fans of riders in the sky
  • for fans of blue highway

Press Quotes

'Nickerson's playing is tasteful, so carefully arranged, so very very thoughtful and complex'.

     —Banjo Newsletter

'A successful merge that should encourage others to explore Bluegrass in the Cowboy way or should I say Cowboy music in the Bluegrass way'.

     —Bluegrass Now

'No matter what mood or genre Nickerson has the chops to pull it off with brilliance and taste, and the sidemen to compliment every match and turn'.

     —Tucson Citizen

'Ross Nickerson deserves a lot of credit for coming up with tasteful, appropriate, and interesting banjo versions for such a wide variety of tunes, on some very challenging material'.

     —Bluegrass Unlimited


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