|1||Freight Train Blues||2:46|
|2||Hard to Love||2:56|
|3||Coal Dust in My Soul||2:35|
|5||The Cincinnati Southern||2:40|
|7||The First Whippoorwill||3:24|
|8||Black Mountain Blues||1:56|
|11||Buffalo Creek Flood||2:28|
|12||Birch Brook Exit||2:05|
|14||Is She Praying There?||3:01|
|15||Roses in the Snow||2:23|
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He formed the Barnstormers in 1993 and released the first James Reams & The Barnstormers CD "Barnstormin'" in 2001. Teaming up with reknowned banjo player, Walter Hensley, resulted in the release of "James Reams, Walter Hensley & the Barons of Bluegrass" in 2002, an album that received an IBMA nomination for Recording Event of the Year and earned James an IBMA nomination as Emerging Artist of the Year. This new album celebrates the perpetual pilgrim that lives within all of us with the goal of raising awareness about those who live on the razor-sharp edge of homelessness. According to James, "My intention is to embrace a wide range of human emotion from happiness and love to loss and sorrow, and over it all to express the hope I feel about the future. As I listened to some old gems, I was once again amazed at the depth that bluegrass music brings to understanding the human character.
Audio CD, July 17, 2001. 5. The Cincinnati Southern. 7. The First Whippoorwill. 8. Black Mountain Blues. 10. Rollin' On. 11. Buffalo Creek Flood. 12. Birch Brook Exit. 14. Is She Praying There? 15. Roses In The Snow.
James Reams formed James Reams & The Barnstormers in 1993 and celebrated 20 years as a bandleader in 2013 with a Coast-to-Coast Celebration tour. James and the band play traditional bluegrass music with an old-time country edge and a sound that’s very much his own. They feature driving rhythm and hard-edged harmonies that take you back to a time before bluegrass was smoothed out for the uninitiated, the ill-prepared or the faint of heart.
James Reams & The Barnstormers (jamesreams. com) tread the territory where bluegrass, old-time, classic country, honky tonk and rockabilly meet in the night to swap stories. From those subversive encounters, James Reams, has emerged with his own spin on traditional American music.
James Reams & the Barnstormers play traditional bluegrass music with an old-time country edge, and a sound that’s very much their own. Coming from a family of traditional singers in southeastern Kentucky, James has played both old-time and bluegrass music since he was just a little sprout. James is known as an Ambassador of Bluegrass for his dedication to and deep involvement in the thriving bluegrass and Americana music community. In 2013 the band will be promoting its’ 20-year anniversary with a Coast-to-Coast Celebration featuring special guest performances and reunions with previous. Check out the music videos from this album provided on YouTube. A new CD, Rhyme & Season, is in production with an anticipated release date of March, 2016.