Formed in 1976 by guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Don Grubb, Heights of Grass made a name for themselves performing a classic yet forward-thinking take on the timeless bluegrass format. This excellent LP, recorded for CMH in 1980 and now available newly remastered and digitally for the first time ever, features the band blazing through 11 carefully selected standards, hidden gems and outright jams. In his original
liner notes for the album, bluegrass legend Sonny Osborne (who produced the album as well) summed up the group succinctly: “they work very hard and they are doing a lot of things right.” Give this album one listen and we think you’ll be inclined to agree.
Bluegrass Today reports on our recently remastered classics: Songs that made the Juke Box Play by Mac Wiseman and the Don Reno Story, featuring Bill Harrell and The Tennessee Cut-ups. https://blueg...Read more
Last week's release of Songs That Made the Juke Box Play on digital platforms was noticed by Wildfire Music and The LA Note, both noting the legacy of the album, artist and CMH Records. https://wil...Read more