Joe Hott to release two more singles and album Posted on August 16, 2019 By Richard Thompson

Joe Hott’s career continues its upward trajectory with the release of two more singles from his forthcoming album, West Virginia Rail, on Rural Rhythm Records. 

Emerging bluegrass artist 23-year-old, West Virginia born, Joe Hott has announced the soon to be released singles; Lonesome As Can Be, an original song written by Hott, co-producer Glen Duncan and Eddie Sanders; and the powerful and uplifting Johnnie Masters’ Gospel song, Cry From The Cross. 

With Hott, who concentrates on lead vocals, on these two recordings are Casey Campbell (mandolin), Cody Kilby (acoustic guitar), Aubrey Haynie (fiddle), and taking care of the banjo duties on the former is Scott Vestal, and on the latter Ned Luberecki.

 

MORE HERE: https://bluegrasstoday.com/joe-hott-to-release-two-more-singles-and-album/

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