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Joe Hott Releases Debut Album On Rural Rhythm Records

Rural Rhythm Records is pleased to announce the debut album by emerging Bluegrass artist Joe Hott titled WEST VIRGINIA RAILHott brings
aunique blend of traditional bluegrass, gospel music and Appalachian
mountain mixture that makes the 23 year old, West Virginia native a rare
treasure on today’s music scene.

Joe Hott already has two Bluegrass charted singles, “West Virginia Rail” and “World Of Lies”, under his belt and released two more singles earlier this month, “Lonesome As Can Be” and the gospel song classics “Cry From The Cross”, which are all contained on his debut album.

Produced by Adam Engelhardt & Glen DuncanWEST VIRGINIA RAIL features Hott’s soulful mountain vocals accompanied by top Bluegrass musicians Scott Vestal, Cody Kilby, Dennis Crouch, Aubrey Haynie, Glen Duncan, Ned Luberecki, Casey Campbell and Joe Spivey.

WEST VIRGINIA RAIL includes seven co-written songs by Hott and features three songs with a Stanley Brothers connection.  “If That’s The Way You Feel” written by Ralph Stanley, “Loving You Too Well” written by Carter Stanley and “I Can’t Get You Out Of My Mind” written by Stanley Brothers band member Roy Lee Centers and recorded with Jack Lynch before he became a long time member of the Clinch Mountain Boys for the Stanley Brothers.

Tracks:

1.    West Virginia Rail

(Joe Hott, Glen Duncan, Adam Engelhardt)

2.    Cry From The Cross

(Johnnie Masters)

3.    Lonesome As Can Be

(Joe Hott, Eddie Sanders, Glen Duncan)

4.    I Got No Reason To Stay

(Joe Hott, Eddie Sanders, Glen Duncan, Adam Engelhardt)

5.    Loving You Too Well

(Carter Stanley)

6.    World Of Lies

(Joe Hott, Glen Duncan, Adam Engelhardt)

7.    I’ve Got A Story To Tell

(Joe Hott, Eddie Sanders, Glen Duncan, Adam Engelhardt)

8.    I Can’t Get You Out Of My Mind

(Jack Lynch; Archie Jones)

9.    If That’s The Way You Feel

(Ralph Stanley, Peggy Stanley Bland) 

10.  Today Ain’t The Day

(Joe Hott, Eddie Sanders, Glen Duncan, Adam Engelhardt)

11.  Someday You’ll Call My Name

(Jean Branch; Eddie Hill)

12.  Sweet Lovin’ Lies

(Joe Hott, Glen Duncan, Adam Engelhardt)

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