CMH Records is pleased to announce the signing of a recording contract with Sevier County’s own Pine Mountain Railroad. David Haerle, President of CMH Records stated “We first saw Pine Mountain Railroad during a performance at the 2002 International Bluegrass Association convention. We were blown away by the power of their live shows and the strength of their original compositions. Having Pine Mountain Railroad on the CMH label became a top priority for us.”
CMH will be releasing Pine Mountain Railroad’s new project, “The Old Radio” this summer. This album was produced by multi-Grammy award winner, Bil VornDick and includes original songs by the band. Pine Mountain Railroad consists of Jimbo Whaley, lead vocals and guitarist; Kipper Stitt, banjo and vocals; Bill McBee, bass and vocals; Clint Damewood, fiddle and vocals; and Danny Barnes, mandolin and vocals.
Formed in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee, Pine Mountain Railroad has made quite an impression on audiences around the U.S. and Canada over the past four years with their unique style, original songs and exciting stage performances. The band’s extensive touring schedule has earned the band an enthusiastic national following. The band began the year with successful tours in California and Canada and has scheduled performance dates well into 2004. Pine Mountain Railroad also made their motion picture debut in a film to be released this fall. Original songs by the band will be heard in the film and movie trailer. Pine Mountain Railroad also has a corporate sponsor, Odom’s Tennessee Pride Sausage and can be heard singing the company’s familiar jingle every Saturday night during the Tennessee Pride sponsored segment of the Grand Ole Opry.
Since its founding in 1975, CMH Records has been known as one of the top independent labels in bluegrass music. Lester Flatt, The Osborne Brothers, Jim & Jesse, Mac Wiseman, Merle Travis, Grandpa Jones, Carl Story, The Stonemans and many others recorded some of their finest work for CMH during the 70s and 80s. Pine Mountain Railroad is the first new bluegrass act to sign with CMH Records in 15 years. Jimbo Whaley stated, “We are proud to a be a part of CMH Records. This label’s history with some of the greatest legends in bluegrass and their dedication to this music genre makes us very honored to be part of this musical heritage.”
For more information on Pine Mountain Railroad, please visit their website at: www.PineMountain Railroad.com

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CMH Records is pleased to announce the signing of a recording contract with Sevier County’s own Pine Mountain Railroad. David Haerle, President of CMH Records stated “We first saw Pine Mountain Railroad during a performance at the 2002 International Bluegrass Association convention. We were blown away by the power of their live shows and the strength of their original compositions. Having Pine Mountain Railroad on the CMH label became a top priority for us.”
CMH will be releasing Pine Mountain Railroad’s new project, “The Old Radio” this summer. This album was produced by multi-Grammy award winner, Bil VornDick and includes original songs by the band. Pine Mountain Railroad consists of Jimbo Whaley, lead vocals and guitarist; Kipper Stitt, banjo and vocals; Bill McBee, bass and vocals; Clint Damewood, fiddle and vocals; and Danny Barnes, mandolin and vocals.
Formed in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee, Pine Mountain Railroad has made quite an impression on audiences around the U.S. and Canada over the past four years with their unique style, original songs and exciting stage performances. The band’s extensive touring schedule has earned the band an enthusiastic national following. The band began the year with successful tours in California and Canada and has scheduled performance dates well into 2004. Pine Mountain Railroad also made their motion picture debut in a film to be released this fall. Original songs by the band will be heard in the film and movie trailer. Pine Mountain Railroad also has a corporate sponsor, Odom’s Tennessee Pride Sausage and can be heard singing the company’s familiar jingle every Saturday night during the Tennessee Pride sponsored segment of the Grand Ole Opry.
Since its founding in 1975, CMH Records has been known as one of the top independent labels in bluegrass music. Lester Flatt, The Osborne Brothers, Jim & Jesse, Mac Wiseman, Merle Travis, Grandpa Jones, Carl Story, The Stonemans and many others recorded some of their finest work for CMH during the 70s and 80s. Pine Mountain Railroad is the first new bluegrass act to sign with CMH Records in 15 years. Jimbo Whaley stated, “We are proud to a be a part of CMH Records. This label’s history with some of the greatest legends in bluegrass and their dedication to this music genre makes us very honored to be part of this musical heritage.”
For more information on Pine Mountain Railroad, please visit their website at: www.PineMountain Railroad.com

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