“They are awesome!”
-Pete Fisher, General Manager of the Grand Ole Opry
“Joe Mullins is a classic character who could slip through a time machine to about 1961 and move around comfortably. And he’d be among the coolest cats there in his Ohio home, fronting a bluegrass band and owning AM radio stations. Which is what he does now. And that voice! Whether speaking or singing, it’s arresting and comforting at the same time. The band was awesome, with speed or tenderness where called for, in the vein of Doyle Lawson and J.D. Crowe. Their take on a Grandpa Jones song called “Fallen Leaves” was just vocally stunning. We feature and enjoy a lot of the searching, edgy bluegrass. This is the true sound of bluegrass renown. A brilliant band.”
-Craig Havinghurst of Music City Roots
“A second-generation ’grasser, Mullins grew up around music at its very best, and the Radio Ramblers’ take on tradition is more informed -- and therefore richer and more nuanced -- than that of many who wave the banner.”
-Jon Weisberger, Nashville Scene
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