Steve Martin: The Crow

USA Today has a blurb

Martin, a banjo player for 45 years, spent nearly that long crafting tunes for The Crow: New Songs for the Five-String Banjo, available Jan. 27 exclusively at for the first 90 days.

Produced by high school friend John McEuen, Crow contains 14 originals plus Clawhammer Medley (with Red Is the Rose, Sally Ann, Johnson Boys and others). The title track, first recorded for Tony Trischka’s 2007 album, climbed the bluegrass charts to become Martin’s second hit (after King Tut).

Vince Gill and Dolly Parton share vocals on Pretty Flowers. Mary Black sings on Calico Train. Actor Eugene Levy plays guitar on Tin Roof, and Earl Scruggs appears on Daddy Played the Piano.

The article says it comes out Jan 27th, but it is available at Amazon right now, disc or mp3

Title song on Letterman

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