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Ryan Shupe and Rubberband Record 'Live' CD

PROVO, UTAH -- The LDS bluegrass band Ryan Shupe and the Rubber Band released a new live album June first titled "Live" which is only available at their concerts. The band, which was called the "Dave Matthews Band gone bluegrass" by, has changed somewhat since its previous album, with the addition of Bart Olson on drums and Jeremy Nielsen on bass. Its new CD draws on previously unreleased material, recorded at two sold-out shows February 2-3 at the Junction Theater in Ogden, including a nine-minute version of "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and a version of "Rainbow Connection" that leads into "Banjo Boy." The group sold over 16,000 copies of their first two albums, and also appeared in the film "God's Army" performing "Go To Hell."

Band records "Live" sound on CD
BYU NewsNet 25Jul01 US UT Prov A2
By Jared Johnson: NewsNet Staff Writer


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