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Full Press Kit includes NBB career highlights, a list of albums, a complete list of awards and nominations, and quotations about the band. The information is available in a printable format (.pdf) or as a text-only file (.txt).

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Mike Compton, Alan O'Bryant, Pat Enright, Stuart Duncan, Andy Todd
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Nashville Scene/ Music / Performance announcement, Station Inn, August 9, 2008

By Jon Weisberger

With its members engaged in a multitude of other pursuits – fiddler Stuart Duncan, for instance, has been out on the road with Robert Plant and Alison Krauss – the Nashville Bluegrass Band's appearances are far fewer than fans would like, even in their hometown. All the more reason to get down to one of their favorite haunts and luxuriate in the sound of a group that might fairly be called the Rolls Royce of bluegrass bands. Del McCoury's called sweet-voiced Alan O'Bryant one of his favorite singers, while Pat Enright offers a slightly edgier contrast for a powerful one-two punch. Rounded out by Duncan's virtuosity, the Monrovian stylings of mando monster Mike Compton and Andy Todd's agile bass, the group rambles comfortably from Flatt & Scruggs classics to singer-songwriter-y meditation, with an unusually strong dose of African-American songs and sounds, from blues to gospel – and they do it all with unmatched finesse.

• January 2007: Herald Dispatch, Hamlin, West Virginia

• December 2007: Gordon College

• April 2006: The White House

• June 2006: Strummin' With The Devil: The Southern Side of Van Halen

• June 2004: Bluegrass Unlimited

• October 2006: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, San Francisco

• December 2004: Bluegrass Unlimited

• August 2004: Bluegrass Works

• November 2004: Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange

• October 2004: Bluegrass in the Park Folklife Festival

• November 2003: Music, American Style

• October 2003: NAAM Show, Nashville, Shubb Showcase

• September 2002: Acoustic Guitar Magazine: O Brother and the Bluegrass Boom

• May 2002: The Renaissance Center

• May 2001: Ryman Auditorium

• July 2001: Nashville Tennessean, Robert K. Oermann review

• October 2000: Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival

• July 1998: Folk Sampler CatPaw Music Review

• March 1997: Prairie Home Companion

• May 1997: New York Times, Near the Cow Barn, Bluegrass Twangs