“Unsullied with the strains of rock, jazz or country, they continue to put out a bluegrass sound that has its roots in McCoury and Rice, and derived right from the ┬ásounds of Monroe and his peers. Whether you call it traditional bluegrass, straight bluegrass, or classic bluegrass, it comes down to the familiar and comforting sounds of guitar, fiddle, mandolin, banjo, and bass with the dulcet sounds of bluegrass harmony riding above the instrumentation. ” READ THE FULL REVIEW AT HUDSON VALLEY BLUEGRASS