Sturgill Simpson Cuttin' Grass Vol 2

Sturgill Simpson Cuttin' Grass Vol 2

Sturgill Simpson has released his second surprise bluegrass album in two months:  Cuttin' Grass' Vol 2 – The Cowboy Arms Sessions (Vol 1 released in October).  Produced by David Ferguson, Cuttin' Grass Vol 2 is out now digitally on High Top Mountain Records via Thirty Tigers/Cooking Vinyl Australia.  Vinyl preorder available now for release April 2, 2021. 

For Cuttin' Grass, Volume 2: The Cowboy Arms Sessions, Simpson reunites with an A Team of acoustic musicians " now dubbed "The Hillbilly Avengers" – to once again revisit and reinterpret his catalogue. But going back into the studio so quickly after releasing Volume1 didn't mean simply repeating a formula. "On Volume 2, we recorded everything I was too afraid to do on Volume 1," says Simpson. "It's hard to deny that this is a much more personal record. I was thinking about my kids, my grandfather, my wife." 

About Sturgill Simpson:
Since breaking through in 2014 with his Grammy-nominated Metamodern Sounds in Country Music album, Sturgill Simpson has established himself as one of the most daring and most acclaimed artists of our time. His music stretches across genres and styles, from the psychedelic soul of 2016's A Sailor's Guide To Earth (Grammy-nominated for Album of the Year and winner for Best Country Album) to the fuzzed-out rock attack of Sound & Fury in 2019, which is currently nominated for Best Rock Album for the 2021 Grammy Awards. 

Simpson debuted in 2013 with his independent release High Top Mountain. Since then, he has challenged musical expectations"from recording with Kesha to touring with Guns n' Roses"and branched out into the world of film and television. After making his acting debut in the CBS All Access series$1, he has appeared in several movies, including Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die (for which he also wrote and performed the theme song), and had a pivotal role in the award-winning Queen & Slim. The Sound & Fury album was accompanied by a groundbreaking anime film (an interest he picked up during his years in the Navy), on Netflix. Simpson also remains committed to philanthropy, supporting such non-profit organizations as the Special Forces Foundation, Equity Alliance, and MusiCares.

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