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Banjo Veteran Stuart Wyrick to Release Solo Album

East Tennessee SunriseNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is pleased to announce the release of East Tennessee Sunrise, by veteran banjoist Stuart Wyrick on August 5th. Wyrick is no stranger to Bluegrass music. He is currently a member of Flashback, the reunion band including top Bluegrass musicians who worked with J.D. Crowe & The New South in the mid-1990s, and a former member of the Dale Ann Bradley Band. Prior to that he was a member of the popular Bluegrass group Brand New Strings who recorded two albums for Rural Rhythm Records and released several successful singles. Stuart was also a founding member of the Bluegrass Gospel group New Road, who recorded six albums, the Better Way Quartet, who recorded four albums, and his first group The Tater Valley Boys.

Banjo Veteran Stuart Wyrick Shines with “Stitzenburg Breakdown”

Stuart Wyrick-Stitzenburg BreakdownNashville, TN -- After over 20 years with various bands including Brand New Strings and the Dale Ann Bradley Band banjo veteran Stuart Wyrick continues to rise and shine showing his powerful talents as a songwriter and master banjo player. Several weeks back Rural Rhythm Records released the single “Stitzenburg Breakdown” by Stuart Wyrick. German Bluegrass Songwriter Jurgen Biller wote "Stitzenburg Breakdown" and includes a group of All-Star Bluegrass pickers supporting Wyrick including Kenny Smith (guitar), Tim Crouch (fiddle), Alan Bibey (mandolin) and Steve Gulley (bass).

Rural Rhythm & Steve Gulley Spotlight Artists from Heart of the Mountains

Steve GulleyNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records and Rural Rhythm Recording artist Steve Gulley have started a new series created to spotlight artists from the heart of the mountains. The music will be recorded at Gulley’s recording studio The Curve, located in Cumberland Gap, TN nestled in the Tri-State area where Tennessee, Kentucky and Virginia meet near the base of the Cumberland Mountains.

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