Americana Highways is honored to present this premiere of Buffalo Wabs & the Price Hill Hustle’s new album Stranger in the Alps, available March 15th. The album features Matt Wabnitz — “Buffalo Wabs” — on guitar and vocals; Casey Campbell — “The Deacon” — on percussion and vocals; Scott Risner — “Kentucky Waterfall” — on mandolin and banjo, resophonic guitar, guitar and harmony vocals; and Bill Baldock –“Bullseye Bill” — on bass and vocals. Special guests on the album are Joe Macheret on fiddle and John K. Victor on harmonica.
The musicianship here is absolutely excellent. It’s more than excellent — these cats are tight, clear, and their fingers fly like lightning over the strings. “Ain’t no need to say ‘I love you’ while you’re sayin’ the words ‘good-bye'” touts self-preservation in “Ain’t No Need.” And then there are irresistible tribal “uh huh” vocal chants on “Stewball”: “If you bet on Stewball, you might win.” “Long Gone (from Bowling Green)” is a bluegrass over a fast tempo rhythm; in “The Wind” you’ll be blown all around at a swinging pace: “the wind can stop you where you stand.” We predict Stranger In The Alps will be in top rotation this year; give it a listen and see.
This album explores the first co-writing the band has undertaken,” says Campbell. “And through that collaborative process we’re beginning to find more complex voices, more adventurous tunes that bridge our influences even more than before.
Order yours here: https://www.amazon.com/Stranger-Alps-Buffalo-Price-Hustle/dp/B07PF9QYD9/; plan your road trip to the release show here: Saturday, March 16th, 2019 at The Burl in Lexington, KY – https://www.facebook.com/
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