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In Good Company Bill Evans

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"Bill Evans has outdone himself...The supporting cast burns up the musical pavement ..." —Tony Trischka

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IN GOOD COMPANY spotlights an all star cast of 26 musicians performing five new Evans instrumentals, a four-song, ten-minute Beatles medley and songs pairing Bill with The Infamous Stringdusters (performing John Martyn's Walk to the Water), Joy Kills Sorrow (performing Sarah Siskind's On and On) and Tim O'Brien (performing Follow the Drinking Gourd).

IN GOOD COMPANY featured artists
Bill Evans with The Infamous Stringdusters, Tim O'Brien, Joy Kills Sorrow, Darol Anger, Cindy Browne Rosefield, Tashina & Tristan Clarridge, Stuart Duncan, Corey Evans, Matt Flinner, David Grier, Rob Ickes, Dominic Leslie, Laurie Lewis, Ned Luberecki, Mike Marshall, Todd Phillips and Missy Raines. Produced by Bill Evans, Stephen Mougin, Darol Anger & Tom Size.

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IN GOOD COMPANY Reviews

"Bill Evans has outdone himself with this, his latest project. The picking, singing, tune writing and production values are on a ridiculously high level. Bill's ideas are immensely satisfying and fresh. The supporting cast burns up the musical pavement and if there's any justice, Grammy voters will take note!" —Tony Trischka

"Bill Evans covers all the bases on IN GOOD COMPANY, from hard driving bluegrass to a sumptuously lyrical medley of Beatles tunes, from gorgeous, contemplative originals to collaborations with two of the finest young bands on the scene today. This is one destined for heavy airplay." —Bob McWilliams, host of Trail Mix, Kansas Public Radio

"Through this intimate set of freshly imagined songs, Bill Evans invites us into the inner world and inner circle of a master musician – one who understands that music is both a personal and shared experience. I felt like I was in a big comfy easy chair in his living room listening to a great set of music by Bill and his friends." —Chris Stuart, songwriter and columnist for bluegrasstoday.com

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