Burchett, Morgan and 5IVESPEED
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Burchett, Morgan and 5IVESPEED

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Elmer appears on the following Rounder releases Wyatt Rice and Santa Cruz "Picture In A Tear", and Rambler's Choice, as well as Dale Ann Bradley's "Old Southern Porches", and other works from David Parmley and Continental Divide and numerous guest appearances. Elmer's solo works include "Barefootin' Tennessee" and "Bluegrass Jam".
Roscoe played on the Pine Mtn. Railroad "The Old Radio" and "The Old Country Church" projects, along with several more with former partner Jimbo Whaley in the band Greenbrier. Roscoe has released 4 successful solo projects, "Streets Of Cincinnati" in 2003, "Mando Head" in 2004, "The Truth" in 2006, and 2008's brand new "Archie Forester's Guitar". Elmer, Roscoe and the band all have Myspace presence and the band also administers samples of its music through www.5ivespeed.com.



Elmer Burchett, Jr. has toured the nation for years in at least a dozen influential Bluegrass bands, such as Jim Lauderdale, Dale Ann Bradley and Coon Creek, David Parmley and Continental Divide, and is a co-founder of the legendary Rambler's Choice/Wyatt Rice and Santa Cruz bands. Roscoe Morgan, Jr. has been a first-call fill in mandolinist for such acts as Karl Shiflett and Big Country Show, Wildfire, Valerie Smith and many others. It was his mandolin work that hepled propel what some consider to be the "original" Pine Mountain Railroad to national notoriety. Roscoe is a 3-time faculty member of Steve Kaufman's Kaufman Kamps, where Roscoe served as mandolin instructor to pickers from around the world. Roscoe and Elmer have both penned charting songs in Bluegrass music, with Elmer's works appearing on numerous recordings, such as the Elmer/Danny Barnes co-written "Livin' It Down", a recent hit for Steve Gulley. Roscoe co-wrote "The Old Radio" for Pine Mtn. Railroad, a still-requested song that climbed to #3 nationally. Roscoe and Elmer have surrounded themselves with greatness in the form of Jeremy Phillips (ex-Paul Williams and Victory Trio, Roscoe Morgan and Lonely Train) on guitar and Ronnie Parker, a master bassist/steel guitarist, on electric and acoustic bass.