Jett’s Creek

Supposed to Be by JETT'S CREEK
Supposed to Be by JETT

Bluegrass band, JETT’S CREEK is proud to announce the release of their debut album, “Supposed to Be,” produced by Angie Young and Adam McIntosh.  

“Wow! I was not prepared for the sparkling new voice of Angie Young. This girl can sing! Supposed To Be is a very strong first effort by a young Bluegrass band, Jett’s Creek. I suspect this band name will become one we will hear often in the years to come,” said Gary Robertson with Bluegrass Virginia.

This CD provides a fresh new perspective for bluegrass lovers including, Angie Young’s two original songs, “Supposed to Be” and the captivating a cappella song, “The Prayer.” Jon McIntosh also contributed two original tunes including, “Now I’m Thru With You” and “Two Ships. Other tracks include their fan favorite “Highway 40 Blues” written by Larry Cordle; “I’ll Be Back” written by Marla Cannon-Goodman, Ronnie Bowman and Buddy Cannon; Rodney’s Crowell’s “A Song for Life” and many more.

Musicians on the album include: Angie Young providing her crystalline lead vocals; Adam McIntosh (banjo, guitar and lead and harmony vocals); Jon McIntosh (guitar and lead & harmony vocals); and Pearl Bradley (mandolin). Guest musicians on the CD include Evan McGregor (fiddle) and Tim Kidd (bass). Just after the album was recorded, the band welcomed their newest band member – bass player, Gary Selby. Young said, “We are thrilled to have Gary on board as he brings a new dimension to our performances and our group as a whole.”

The group has been entertaining Bluegrass and Gospel music lovers in Ohio for the last four years, but due to recent fan and promoter requests, they are now accepting national tour dates. Previous performances include the Bellbrook Jamboree, Poppy Mountain Bluegrass Festival and more.  Jett’s Creek will be showcasing at the Hope River Entertainment After Hours Showcase at the Renaissance Hotel, Nashville, TN on October 4, 2008 at 1:30 AM during IBMA’s World of Bluegrass.
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