Write Bill a Letter - Album Notes

It is acknowledged among bluegrass fans around the world that one man, Mr. William Smith Monroe from Rosine, Ky., is the undisputed "Father of Bluegrass" music. He often spoke of "ancient tones" as he called them in his head. Over the course of years, he brought these tones to life and allowed the sound to evolve as he was influenced by the many great musicians he was associated with. He single-handedly presented the world with Bluegrass Music as we know it today.
This song written by a friend of ours, Ms. Kelly Hand from the Missouri Ozarks was inspired to put her thoughts on paper as she sat in the trance of a campfire on a moonlit night listening to those "ancient tones" being played in the night air by old, young, city dweller and Country folks alike. Few things bring people together like the emotions of music, and nothing quite captures the emotions of our American heritage like Bluegrass Music. Thank You, Mr. Monroe.
Cedar Hill By Request

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By Request - A 50 Year Tradition

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Pearl's Song (Pearl)
On Hobo's Wings
Echo Mountain     (Lyrics)
Heartaches and Tear Drops
I Beg To You
Ice On The Timber
For Me It's Hello
Journey of Faith
Broke Hearts Are Real
False Hearted Love
Dusty Miller
Mary O'Grady

Cedar Hill Dixie and Tom T Hall

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"Miss Dixie, Tom T, and Me"

A Mix of New Miss Dixie and Tom T songs.

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This Ain't No Way To Run A Railroad
Love Is A Gamble
Hound Dog From Harlan
I'll Not Stand In Your Way
Aunt Penny
The Face In The Window
They Don't Make Girls Like Ruby Anymore
Let's Go Walking Again
Burning Down The Barn
Hillbilly Highway

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Cedar Hill I've Got a Thing About Doors

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I've Got A Thing About Doors

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I've Got A Thing About Doors
Already Gone
Cool Wind
Strobro's Ramble
A Little Bit More
Led By A Child
Two Dollar Ring
Nails And Thorns
Lainey's Waltz
Who's Gonna Pray
With Love From Normandy
Broke Hearts Are Real
Just Wanna Write A Bluegrass Song

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