Down the Road

Down the Road

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Down the Road's music spans a range from old-time country and traditional bluegrass music through folk and contemporary bluegrass, with a focus on duet and trio harmony singing and clean, tasteful instrumental work, all performed in a relaxed, straightforward style.

Biography

Down the Road is a trio of bluegrass and American roots music musicians from the western Cascade foothill towns of North Bend and Snoqualmie, east of Seattle, Washington. Featuring husband/wife duo Cathi and Gary Davidson on guitars and vocals and John Tubbs on mandolin and vocals, the trio blends signature duet and trio harmony singing, a little yodeling, and clean, tasteful guitar-mandolin interplay to add a fresh, honest, straight-ahead voice to the world of old-time country, bluegrass, and folk music.

Discography

#1 - Down the Road 2005
#2 - Back to the Country 2009
Quite a few have been on the radio.

Set List

Typical set is 45 to 50 minutes. We cover Bluegrass and Old-Time Country music.
My Heart’s Own Love
Tin Foil and Stone
Moods of a Fool
Lone Pine
The Old Spinning Wheel
Way Out on the Old Saint Sabbath
While Roving on Last Winter’s Night
I Want to be a Cowboys Sweetheart
Rollin’ and Ramblin’
I Know What You’re Talkin’ About
Broken Road
Bury Me in Bluegrass
Julia Belle
Who Will Sing for Me?
Going Across the Sea