Hybrid Bluegrassers Mountain Heart Defies Convention on ‘Soul Searching’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Aug 10 | Posted by: Jim Hynes - Glide Magazine

Mountain Heart bills itself as a hybrid bluegrass group, of which there are several who have released albums in the last few months. What sets Mountain Heart apart is their instrumentation, notably no banjo or fiddle but piano, guitars, mandolin and dobro instead from the core group. Electric guitars find their way into the mix as well.  Also, all four members are contributing songwriters and harmony vocalists. On Soul Searching the band continues to explore their rather unique sound that marries bluegrass, pop, and roots music. The combination of piano with acoustic string instruments is a rather unusual configuration and it sounds just natural and splendid with these players.  For more:

https://glidemagazine.com/210861/hybrid-bluegrassers-mountain-heart-defies-convention-on-soul-searching-album-review/

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