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New Digital Re-issues from Pinecastle Records

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New Pinecastle RecordsColumbus, NC -- Long out of print, these classic WEBCO and Pinecastle recordings are now available for download at your favorite online retailer including Amazon MP3 and iTunes. Pinecastle Records purchased WEBCO Records of Virginia in 1993 which marked the beginning of fruitful relationships with artists like Larry Stephenson and The Reno Brothers. Six of Larry Stephenson's WEBCO releases have been added. The Rarely Herd albums below add to the ones already available digitally. Also added are four additional albums from The Reno Brothers.

New Digital Albums are:

Larry Stephenson

Larry Stephenson - Close My Eyes to Heaven
Larry Stephenson - Close My Eyes to Heaven

Larry Stephenson - Everytime I Sing a Love Song
Larry Stephenson - Everytime I Sing a Love Song

Larry Stephenson - Wash My Blues Away
Larry Stephenson - Wash My Blues Away

Larry Stephenson - Born to Sing
Larry Stephenson - Born to Sing

Larry Stephenson - Can't Stop Myself
Larry Stephenson - Can't Stop Myself

Larry Stephenson - Far Away in Tennessee
Larry Stephenson - Far Away in Tennessee

The Rarely Herd

The Rarely Herd - Coming of Age
The Rarely Herd - Coming of Age

The Rarely Herd - Part of Growing Up
The Rarely Herd - Part of Growing Up

The Reno Brothers

The Reno Brothers - Acoustic Celebration
The Reno Brothers - Acoustic Celebration

The Reno Brothers - Drawing from the Well
The Reno Brothers - Drawing from the Well

The Reno Brothers - Kentucky Gold
The Reno Brothers - Kentucky Gold

The Reno Brothers - Swing West
The Reno Brothers - Swing West

Pinecastle Records has been a key player in the transmission of bluegrass music to the masses for the last 20 years. Orlando, Florida business man Tom Riggs started the label in 1989 as a favor to a friend who was looking for an outlet for their newly recorded CD. Pinecastle has long developed young artists including Kristin Scott Benson, Terry Eldredge, and Josh Williams and has also been the home to bluegrass legends such as the Osborne Brothers, Jim & Jesse, and Charlie Waller & the Country Gentlemen. In all, it has released nearly 250 projects.

Today, Pinecastle is situated in the mountains of southwestern North Carolina owned by businessman and medical doctor, Lonnie Lassiter. After taking ownership on August 1, 2010, Dr. Lassiter brought two of the company's former executives on board to head up the new venture. Ethan Burkhardt was named the company's Vice President of Operations and Matt Hood its Vice President of Public Relations.

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