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June 09, 2012

Mountain Gypsy Project

A Touch of Bluegrass
Barbara and I met Curtis, Mark, Martin and Joseph on the Dahlonega Square on Saturday to shoot a few promotional shots for their new band The Mountain Gypsy Project. It was good to see Curtis and Mark again, and really nice to see Martin again after his time in Texas. It was very nice to meet Joseph for the first time, the bass player for the band. Curtis and the guys are consummate musicians, each are prodigies with their respective instruments and if you have not had a chance to see them play, man are you missing a great show.

Here is an excerpt from their website. Visit their website Mountain Gypsy Project.

Led by Guitarist/Vocalist Curtis Jones, the Mountain Gypsy Project combines a mixture of bluegrass and new acoustic music to create a sound all its own. The band, whose other members include Martin Noorgard on Violin, Joseph Patrick Moore on Bass and Mark Letalien on Drums, came together in the Spring of 2012 after a somewhat impromptu but extremely well-received live show. Realizing the musical chemistry between the four individuals, Curtis (a well-known fixture in the world of bluegrass, having toured and or recorded with some of the biggest names and best artists in the genre, including members of Alison Krauss' Union Station Band and Blue Highway, and whose groundbreaking composition Lonely Path of Cold, features Multiple Grammy Winner Dan Tyminksi, Alison Brown, Missy Raines, and Shawn Lane) decided that the four should continue down the path of making music together. Needless to say, the other members of the Mountain Gypsy Project agreed!
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