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in part a follow-up to "Wherever You Go," in part new directions, this collection of virtually all original acoustic/electric songs also features the musicianship of new and old friends Roger Bellow, Jack Burg, Kevin Crothers, Mark Fain, Steve Horton, David Johnson, Daniel Kimbro, Sarah Pirkle, Johnny Spell, and Ron Wiltrout.
"Sometimes a performer can be great without being over-the-top, overbearing or overly noticeable; Qirko is that subtle breed of bluesman..." Country Standard Time
"A 13-track stunner...you should listen soon and often" Charleston City Paper
in its fifth and last CD release, the HQ Band gets back to the basics with a relaxed and intimate session of blues and related styles. "Qirko and company's commitment to each note is unmistakable." Blues Revue.
WHEREVER YOU GO
featuring SGMA's Studio Musician of the Year David Johnson, Mark Fain (Ricky Skaggs' Kentucky Thunder, among many others), and fellow Lonesome Coyotes Steve Horton and Maggie Longmire, this is a solo project of original acoustic music. it spans styles from blues to bluegrass, with fiddle waltzes, folk, gospel, and even a bit of Cuban son thrown in (and one Johnny Cash tune). "The songs are refreshing in that they offer something much deeper than just another rehashing of standard bluegrass warhorses." Bluegrass Unlimited.
this 2004 EP is a no-holds-barred experimental collaboration with the extraordinary Terry Hill. a free, high quality download is available at soundcloud, but if you'd like a hard copy, a limited number of copies are available for $5.99 (price includes USPS shipping). more details and reviews here (note that proceeds no longer go to the Terry Hill Memorial Fund, as P&G is closed). "Not for the faint of heart." Mish Mash Indie Music Reviews.