Anderson Family Bluegrass
April 28, 2012
Nevada County Fairgrounds Home and Garden Show
Grass Valley, CA

A Hitwitstuff2 Recording!

Recorded with a Sony PCM-M1 Digital Audio Recorder and Audio Technica AT825 mincrophone. Digitized and level corrected on a macbook pro using Audacity. flac files created with xACT at a setting of 5.

So what's an old punk rocker like me doing uploading a family Bluegrass band? Because they're great! The energy and the tight playing and the family interaction sold me. The choice of covering Hank III's "D Ray White" also blew my mind. On top of it all, they're very nice friendly people.

Hey, did I mention that you can buy Anderson Family CD's and Tee shirts and other neato merch at their site:

or for just the CD stuff:

First of 3

Set one:
1. Get Up John (Emmylou Harris)
2. Darling Corey (Traditional)
3. Ain�t No Ash Will Burn (Walt Aldridge)
4. Our Last Goodbye (Stanley Brothers)
5. Calling All Angels (Jane Silberry)
6. Follow Me To The South (Paige Anderson)
7. Jerusalem Ridge (Bill Monroe)
8. Hollow Bones and White Swans (Paige Anderson)
9. merch pitch 1
10. D. Ray White (Hank Williams III)
11. Hard Times (Stephen Foster)
12. merch pitch 2
13. Ruby (Cousin Emmy)


14. This Old House (Stuart Hamblin)
15. Bald Knob Arkansas (Louvin Brothers)
16. You�ll Never Leave Harlen Alive (Darrell Scott)
17. My Better Years (The Johnson Mountain Boys)
18. I Hear A Choo Choo Coming (Stanley Brothers)
19. Lewis and Clark (Tommy Emmanuel)
20. Pretty Saro (traditional)
21. Ruby (Cousin Emmy)

I also video taped this show and uploaded clips to youtube. Here's a couple of links. (Note, the download from this torrent is a separate digital audio recording, not an audio snatch from this video)

Bald Knob Arkansas:


You'll Never Leave Harlen Alive:

I posted more of the band if you just keep searching from those links.

If anyone really wants it, my video of them performing at The Tin House in Grass Valley, a 40 seat venue, is the one. You can see some of my youtube uploads. Here's a couple of youtube clips from my Tin House video:

D Ray White:


Ruby (encore with members of Windy Hill)