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The Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet Offer Free Download from New Album

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In A country TownTo celebrate the release of In A Country Town, the new album from the Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet, the band is offering a free music download of the title track. The band says, "The brand new album from the Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet will be available very soon! But, as a special gift to their fans, the band is making available the title cut of the album absolutely free!"

The title song was written by Farm Hands' bassist and singer, Daryl Mosley and has been receiving much attention in their live performances. "This song is about honest, real, country people," says Mosley. "We're finding that people everywhere can relate to it. We've been receiving standing ovations in the middle of the song! I've never experienced that."

The upcoming album was co-produced by the band and long-time Nashville music producer, Bruce Dees and recorded at historic Studio 19 on Music Row. The album features 2 songs written by Mosley, as well as 3 from the band's guitarist Kevin Williamson, and another from banjo player, Bennie Boling. It is scheduled for release on Tuesday, April 30th.

"We're really excited about the new album," says Tim Graves, the Farm Hands' dobro player. "We put so much time and effort into the whole project and are really satisfied with the results."

In 2013, the Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet was nominated for 7 Bluegrass Music Awards including Band of the Year, Gospel Band of the Year and Entertainer of the Year. Their YouTube videos, Facebook, and Twitter pages have thousands of followers. Their monthly newsletter is a regular feature in 'Bluegrass Unlimited', the bluegrass industry's top publication. They are one of the busiest touring bands in bluegrass, performing over 150 dates per year.

For anyone who has seen them in concert, none of this comes as a surprise. The Farm Hands are one of the most exciting and talented bands in bluegrass music. The group features 4 award winning singers, musicians and songwriters, including two long time veterans of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry.

The song can be downloaded for free at the band's website, www.FarmHandsQuartet.com.

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