to a two-sided full color onesheet for "Rail
to a two-sided full color onesheet for "Rail
About the Band: Nightflyer, named in honor of Tony Rice’s song and album of the same name, consists of a group of talented professionals hailing from Southwestern Ohio. Although together for only a few short years, the group has developed a distinctive sound by combining carefully selected and arranged songs with stellar singing and playing. Not only do they have two tremendous lead singers in Richard Propps and Ronnie Stewart, who take turns on soaring tenor, but all five guys sing at least one lead vocal a set and do a standout job. You will hear everything from a duet to three- and four-part harmony. The show is always captivating with complex dynamics and -- although everybody wants to claim it, they own it -- DRIVE. Their sound is mostly contemporary with strong traditional bluegrass roots, a little gospel and a touch of the blues thrown in. Their enthusiasm for performing is infectious. Once you see them you will be hooked! Pictured L. to R. above: Rick Hayes (mandolin), Richard Propps (guitar), Tony Kakaris (bass), Ronnie Stewart (banjo), and Tim Jackson (dobro) www.nightflyerband.com www.facebook.com/nightflyerband www.youtube.com/nightflyerbluegrass www.airplaydirect.com/nightflyer-railriverroad www.airplaydirect.com/nightflyer Booking: Rick Hayes [email protected] cell (513) 300-6613 Press/Promotion: Lyn Hayes [email protected] cell (513) 382-5552 Endorsements: Release Info: Artist Name: Nightflyer Title: Rail River & Road Release Date: August 14, 2014 Label: Kang Records Product ID: kr6305 UPC: 801639630527 Release Formats: CD, MP3s Available for purchase on: band website (www.nightflyerband.com), iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon Tracks: 1.Train, Train (2:43) -- Shorty Medlocke; Lovolar Music (BMI) 2.Old River (3:10) -- Hazel Dickens; Happy Valley Music (BMI) 3.Coos County Jail (2:59) -- Ted DeMille/Rick Lang; Haley Anna Music (BMI) 4.Lonesome Wind (3:21) -- Greg Luck; BMG Bumblebee/Heart Rhythm Music (BMI) 5.White Lightning Blues (2:49) -- Joe Richardson; BlueJoe Music (BMI) 6.Life Is A Train (3:34) -- Paula Breedlove/Brad Davis; PaulaJon Music (ASCAP), Brad Davis Music (BMI) 7.Train Whistle Blowing (3:02) -- Joe Richardson; BlueJoe Music (BMI) 8.You Don’t Have To Go Home (But You Can’t Stay Here) (3:01) -- Larry Shell/Jerry Salley/ Larry Cordle; Pier Five Music (BMI) 9.Gospel News (2:29) -- Rick Lang; Haley Anna Music (BMI) 10.The Road to Glory (2:52) -- Paula Breedlove/Brad Davis; PaulaJon Music (ASCAP), Brad Davis Music (BMI) 11.The Man I’ve Come To Know (3:13) -- Richard Propps 12.Keep It In The Middle Of The Road (3:13) -- S. Le Maire/J. Pennington; Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) 13.Seven Devils Ridge (2:53) -- Paula Breedlove/Brad Davis; PaulaJon Music (ASCAP), Brad Davis Music (BMI) Credits: Richard Propps -- guitar*; lead vocals on 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 (verses), 10 & 11; tenor on 2, 4, 6, 8, 9 (chorus), 12 & 13 Ronnie Stewart -- banjo; lead vocals on 2, 6, 9 (chorus) & 13; tenor on 1, 3, 5, 7, 10 & 11 Rick Hayes -- mandolin; lead vocal on 4; “ response” vocals on 8 & 9 Tony Kakaris -- bass; lead vocal on track 8; baritone on 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 & 13 Tim Jackson -- dobro; lead vocal on 12 * Richard plays guitar on track 11. All additional guitar by guest artist Clay Hess. Engineered/Produced/Mixed/Mastered: Rick Hayes/Clay Hess, Hayes Productions, Cincinnati, OH Graphic Design: Lyn Hayes, Hayes Productions; www.HayesProductions.com Backcover Photo: Lyn Hayes; Photo on credits page: courtesy of Tim White taken at Song of the Mountains taping About the CD: “Rail River & Road” is Nightflyer’s second album and much like the first self-titled debut, Nightflyer’s dynamic arrangements and delivery make for a non-stop ride in this full 13 song excursion. It is a compilation of mostly original tunes mixed with some carefully selected covers all treated with Nightflyer’s distinctive sound. There is something for every bluegrass fan. From blistering fast and driving (Train, Train) to gospel (Gospel News) to high lonesome (Old River) and back around to solid grass with a contemporary feel (Seven Devils Ridge) -- and a lot more in between. This collection has it all yet still manages to create one consistent sound that is undeniably Nightflyer. Please turn over for additional information on the band.
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