The Hart Brothers/The Logan Hollow Band (#310)

The Hart Brothers and the Logan Hollow Band serve up crowd favorites.

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The music is as hot as July when the Hart Brothers and the Logan Hollow Band perform an extensive selection of traditional bluegrass favorites on Jubilee. The performances were taped at the Carter County Shrine Club Bluegrass Festival in Olive Hill, KY.

Leading off the hour-long program is the Hart Brothers band from Virginia. Featuring Pete Hart on mandolin, Tib Hart on banjo, Mike Clevenger on guitar, and Rick Westerman on bass, the band performs such traditional crowd favorites as “Teardrops in My Eyes,” “I’m Bound for That City,” “Acres of Diamonds,” and “Brown-Eyed Darling.”

Describing his deep feelings for the music his band plays, Pete Hart says, “If you love bluegrass, you’ll sing it from the heart.”

Up next is the Logan Hollow Band, whose members include lead vocalist and banjo player Mark Cole, guitar player Sam Hayslip, mandolin player Paul King, and bass player Rick Adamson. The southwestern Ohio group has been playing together since the mid-1990s and has several albums to its credit. Led by Mark Cole, who began playing the banjo when he was 4 years old, the band serves up such songs as “How Mountain Girls Can Love,” “Sugar-Coated Love,” “Long Gone,” and “Sittin’ on Top of the World.”