The Spinney Brothers
Celebrate Their Hit Holiday Single  

"Merry Christmas Everybody"
BUY & STREAM HERE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - December 5, 2019

Wolfville, NS (Canada) - Mountain Fever Records recording artists, The Spinney Brothers, fresh off the announcement of resuming touring in 2020, are pleased to be entering the holiday season, promoting their hit Christmas single, "Merry Christmas Everybody."
 
The song was originally performed and recorded in 1970, by the iconic Canadian singer, Stompin’ Tom Connors. The Spinney's bring new life to this spirited number, in their very own and recognizable, bluegrass style for all to enjoy!
                                                                            
                                     
www.spinneybrothers.com
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The Spinney Brothers and their families would like to wish everyone a safe and healthy Holiday season.  As 2019 comes to an end, Allan & Rick look forward to an exciting 2020. Their wish is that the best of the Christmas season extends into the New Year, for one and all – Merry Christmas Everybody!
 


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The SPINNEY BROTHERS To Tour Again!!

The Dynamic Duo Will Play Select Dates

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - November 18, 2019

Wolfville, NS (Canada) – Mountain Fever Records recording artists, The Spinney Brothers, are pleased to announce that in 2020, they will resume performing, focusing on select dates.

From the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada, brothers Allan Spinney, on guitar and vocals and Rick Spinney on banjo and vocals, debuted their band in 1991. Known as Canada’s International Bluegrass Band, they featured a tight brother duet vocal style that was immediately recognized for its energetic and distinctive sound. They went on to release 12 albums, including four very successful releases on Mountain Fever Records. These Mountain Fever recordings played a large role in the worldwide recognition that would follow. The brothers charted four number one hits, countless awards at the Eastern Canadian Bluegrass Music Awards, as well as nominations for three IBMA Awards, including Emerging Artist and Song of the Year. Live performances included such prestigious stages as Bill Monroe’s Bean Blossom Festival, Ralph Stanley’s Hills of Home Festival, Nashville’s Station Inn, and MerleFest, to name a few.

In May of 2017, after the rigors of twenty-five years of touring, The Spinneys announced they were getting off the road. Deciding to spend more time at home and with growing families, the siblings had to make the decision to step away from their grueling travel schedule.

Having never lost the love for the music, the Spinneys are thrilled to be in a position now to resume live performances. Although it will be at a drastically reduced pace compared to tour schedules in the past, still, the brothers are thrilled to be moving forward with The Spinney Brothers Bluegrass Band. Joining the brothers will be long time bandmates, Gary Dalrymple on mandolin and Terry Mumford on bass.

In recent conversation on their decision to once again perform, the brothers noted:

“We were always so grateful for all the opportunities that came our way, and for all the faith countless people put in us; the promoters, DJs and of course, the fans. Traditional bluegrass music is in our blood, and we are so excited to have the opportunity to get out once again and perform”

The Spinneys' performance calendar will consist of a limited number of select dates, starting in

 2020. Focusing initially within their region, the booking process has begun, and announcements

 of dates will be made through their website at www.spinneybrothers.com
and on their Facebook page.
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The Spinney Brothers
Gary Dalrymple
(902)222-4835
gdalrymple@eastlink.com

Mountain Fever Records
(540)789-7403
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