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 The Girl Without Country
 How Do
 Angels In Her Eyes, Devil In Her Grin
 
high & lonesome
Rock (classic), Country, and Singer-Songwriter
by
David Kraai & The Saddle Tramps

In early 2006 David Kraai hit the studio to record a follow-up to his 2004 album A Denim Fall. Equipped with some new instrumental skills (banjo, dulcimer, harmonica and mandolin) and a tight group of musicians who, individually, had already shared stages with Bruce Springsteen, Phil Lesh (Grateful Dead), Little Feat, The B-52’s, Third Eye Blind, The Goo Goo Dolls, The Fugees and members of The Band, David Kraai & The Saddle Tramps, spent over a year recording their follow-up album, 2007’s high & lonesome.

Joined by Jon Stern (of ska/funk legends Perfect Thyroid) on bass, Chris Ragucci on drums, Sean Powell on electric guitar and Marty Hodulick on pedal steel, David Kraai & The Saddle Tramps spent over a year recording their follow-up album, 2007’s high & lonesome. Showcasing the band’s ability to dole out both traditional and progressive, acoustic and electric, laid-back and upbeat, country and rock, it would earn them not only consistently solid reviews but slots on television and radio, headlining stages at festivals and be named the 79th album of the year by WNCW.

In support of the album, David (both with and without The Saddle Tramps) would find himself gigging all over the country and at leading venues like The Knitting Factory and Eddie’s Attic, booked as part of a national tour honoring late Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, performing as the backing band for Ian Dunlop (of Gram Parsons’ International Submarine Band), playing with legendary drummer N.D. Smart II (of Gram Parsons & Emmylou Harris’ Fallen Angels, Mountain, Great Speckled Bird and The Remains), interviewed on Amsterdam radio by poet, activist and counterculture impresario John Sinclair, at Gram Parsons tributes in Florida, Georgia and New York City as well as on bills with Kevn Kinney (Drivin’ N’ Cryin’) and J.P. Bowersock (Ryan Adams’ Cardinals and guru to The Strokes).

Released: September, 2007
More about: David Kraai & The Saddle Tramps

How to buy high & lonesome
Purchase online here: www.davidkraai.com/cds.html
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More CDs by David Kraai & The Saddle Tramps

 
 Country Dreamer 2012
Americana, Singer-Songwriter, and Country
Fine country folk music w/ a hearty dose of rock thrown into the Americana potpourri for taste. Featuring appearances by members of The Black Crowes, Gov't Mule, Gram Parsons & Emmylou Harris' band!
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 A Denim Fall 2004
Folk/Traditional, Country, and Singer-Songwriter
Fine country folk music from the heart of America. Bob Dylan meets Gram Parsons for sweet tea in an orange living room with white christmas lights. Full-length album with 12 tracks...
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