New Grass Revival was an American progressive bluegrass band founded in 1971, and composed of Sam Bush, Courtney Johnson, Ebo Walker, Curtis Burch, Butch Robins, John Cowan, Béla Fleck and Pat Flynn. They were active between 1971 and 1989, releasing more than twenty albums as well as six singles. Their highest-charting single is "Callin' Baton Rouge", which peaked at No. 37 on the . country charts in 1989 and was a Top 5 country hit for Garth Brooks five years later.
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Get the Tempo of the tracks from New Grass Revival (1986) by New Grass Revival. This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist New Grass Revival. 1. 2'55. 2. Love Someone Like Me.
Brightly directed by legendary Nashville producer Garth Fundis (his fourth with the band), the simply titled New Grass Revival is another in their strong line of progressive bluegrass recordings. The instrumental prowess of Bela Fleck and Sam Bush take center stage on many songs, including Fleck's signature banjo piece "Seven by Seven.
New Grass Revival is the seventh studio album by the progressive bluegrass band New Grass Revival, released in 1986. What You Do To Me" Hall. Love Someone Like Me" Dunn, Foster. Sweet Release" Flynn. How Many Hearts" Flynn. In The Middle of the Night" Flynn. Saw You Running" Moore. Ain´t That Peculiar" Moore, Robinson, Rogers. Seven By Seven" Fleck. Sam Bush - guitar, mandolin, fiddle, vocals. Pat Flynn - guitar, vocals.
New Grass Revival was a progressive bluegrass band from 1971 to 1989. The founding members were Sam Bush (mandolin, fiddle, guitar), Courtney Johnson (banjo, guitar), Ebo Walker (Harry L. Shelor J. (b. October 19, 1941) (upright bass) and Curtis Burch (guitar, Dobro), all from Louisville and western Kentucky, except Burch who was from Brunswick, Georgia.