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Broken Heart Mended Hits Radio Today

Mountain Fever Records Announces Release of First Single from Upcoming Hammertowne Album
 
“Broken Heart Mended”
Hits Radio Today!
 
WILLIS, Va. (Feb. 18, 2015) – Mountain Fever Records announces the release of new music from Hammertowne. “Broken Heart Mended” hits radio today!
 
Hammertowne is a five piece ensemble consisting of Dave Carroll on guitar and vocals; Brent Pack on banjo; Scott Tackett on guitar and vocals; Chaston Carroll on mandolin and vocals; and Bryan Russell
on bass and vocals; hailing from the traditional bluegrass hotbed of
Eastern Kentucky. The camaraderie among these musicians was undeniable
when they gathered in a studio as session musicians on a solo project in
late 2011. The energy and musical compatibility was so strong that the
musicians decided they wanted to continue, eventually singing with
Mountain Fever Records and releasing their first, self-titled album in
2012. From its inception, the group’s identity has been defined by a
hard-driving style of bluegrass that combines unique instrumentation
with a distinctive knack for weaving vocal harmonies. Hammertowne
creates their hard driving sound with one foot in the traditional arena
to honor those who paved the way before them, and the other in the
progressive arena as reflected in their many original songs they write
and perform. Band member David Carroll is highly regarded among the
bluegrass community as a writing tour de force with his original songs
becoming hits by prominent artists such as Lonesome River Band (“The
Game Is Over”), Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out (“Old Kentucky
Farmers”), Grasstowne (“My Old Guitar and Me”), and Junior Sisk &
Ramblers Choice (“It’s Good to See The Homeplace Once Again”), among
others.
 

“Broken Heart Mended” features Bryan Russell on lead vocals and is
the first single from their second album for Mountain Fever Records
which will be released in April.

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