From the Vault: The Booth Brothers, "While Ages Roll"

From the Vault: The Booth Brothers, "While Ages Roll" June 26, 2015

[OT editor’s note: Scheduled posts will continue going up regularly for the next couple weeks, but my Internet access will be very limited, so if you’re new and you leave a comment, I may be delayed in approving it. Thanks for understanding!]
This is one song that the Brothers have fortunately brought back, on their special quartet project with Gene McDonald. It’s a great one by Mosie Lister, though somewhat less well known than classics like “Til the Storm Passes By” or “Where No One Stands Alone.” Proof that when you get a really solid songwriter, digging deeper into their catalog only turns up more gems, not toss-offs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwfhOKrVSVY?rel=0&w=500&h=315 By the way, congrats to the Booth Brothers for being invited to appear on the Grand Ole Opry today! I hope the video finds its way to Youtube or some other streaming platform.

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