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Sally Ann was a guest at ...

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Sally Ann was a guest at Ant's wedding to make-up artist Lisa Armstrong in 2006.


BOOK YOUR BLUEGRASS WITH US...RoeEntertainment.com - BIG NEWS

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With bandmate Melissa "Missy" Armstrong on lead vocals, by the end of the second line of the first verse, there is no doubt that the blues are about to be crushed. "Missy Armstrong is my favorite singer," Rose says. Most people know of her from her mid-tempo bluegrass and ballads but she also has a blues side to her voice that is riveting. Our last CDA Better Place focused mostly on her sweet side. "Too Blue" is one of the songs on the new CD that really show off the blue side of Missy."

Armstrong is a fan of the song too. "It's always interesting to see a song from its beginning to its release. I remember hearing this song for the first time in an air conditioned tent behind the stage at a festival in Kentucky. The entire band took to it immediately. I love the way a song takes on a life of it's own! says Missy Armstrong.
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"Too Blue To Have The Blues" showcases the blue side of Missy Armstrong and the inescapable fact that we love playing bluegrass."
Band members include Missy Armstrong (Lead Vocals & Guitar), Peter Knupfer (Violin), Scott Zystra (Guitar & Vocals), Jeff Rose (Mandolin & Vocals), Lloyd Douglas (Banjo), and Jeremy Darrow (Bass).
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Band members include Missy Armstrong (Lead Vocals & Guitar), Peter Knupfer (Violin), Scott Zystra (Guitar & Vocals), Jeff Rose (Mandolin & Vocals), Lloyd Douglas (Banjo), and Jeremy Darrow (Bass).
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The band's lineup features the powerful lead vocals of Missy Armstrong, the championship fiddling of Peter Knupfer, the inventive rhythm lines of Jack Grant on bass, the soulful guitar of Scott Zylstra, the hard driving mandolin and superb song writing of Jeff Rose, and the stellar banjo playing of Kevin Gaugier.


News | Hope River Entertainment | Americana, Bluegrass, Country & Roots music

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Detour bluegrass band featuring the talents of Missy Armstrong, Jeff Rose, Peter Knupfer, Scott Zystra, Lloyd Douglas, and Jeremy Darrow, received an International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Award Nomination as Emerging Artist of the Year.

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Posted inDetour, News | Tagged"Jerry Douglas", "Terry Herd", award, Detour, Emerging Artist of the Year, Going Nowhere Fast, IBMA, Jeff Rose, Jeremy Darrow, Jim Lauderdale, Lee Ann Womack, Lloyd Douglas, Missy Armstrong, Mountain Fever Records, Music City Roots, Nashville, Nomination, Peter Knupfer, Raleigh, Scott Zystra, Sirius XM Bluegrass Junction, World of Bluegrass
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Image | Posted onAugust 13, 2014byhoperiver | Taggedbluegrass junction, Detour, Jeff Rose, Jeremy Darrow, Lloyd Douglas, Missy Armstrong, Mountain Fever Records, Peter Knupfer, Scott Zylstra, Sirius XM
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Music City Roots fans will certainly be impressed by the outstanding talents of Missy Armstrong (Lead Vocals & Guitar), Peter Knupfer (Violin), Scott Zystra (Guitar & Vocals), Jeff Rose (Mandolin & Vocals), Lloyd Douglas (Banjo), and Jeremy Darrow (Bass).
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Posted inDetour, News | Tagged"Terry Herd", Balsam Range, Becky Buller, bluegrass, Detour, Franklin, IBMA, Jeff Rose, Jeremy Darrow, Lloyd Douglas, Missy Armstrong, Music City Roots, Nashville, Peter Knupfer, press conference, Sam Bush, Scott Zystra
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DETOUR has a very strong presence as they also appear in the Entertainer of the Year, Vocal Group of the Year, Instrumental Group of the Year, and Emerging Artist categories, along with a well deserved nod for Melissa (Missy) Armstrong in the Female Vocalist of the Year category.
GOING NO WHERE FAST also includes many other notable tracks including the moving "Soldier's Sorrow" - a song that has certainly touched the hearts of their fans. As DETOUR continues to support homeless veterans from sales of the song, they were honored that three of their fans have joined Mountain Fever Records by generously matching dollar for dollar in donations. For several years, the band has also been donating proceeds from another song, "Homeless of the Brave" from their previous album A BETTER PLACE.
DETOUR is now on tour with the outstanding talents of Missy Armstrong (Lead Vocals & Guitar), Peter Knupfer (Violin), Scott Zystra (Guitar & Vocals), Jeff Rose (Mandolin & Vocals), Lloyd Douglas (Banjo), and Jeremy Darrow (Bass).
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Posted inDetour, News | Taggedawards, ballot, bluegrass, Detour, Emerging Artist, female vocalist, IBMA, Missy Armstrong, Song of the Year
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Missy Armstrong, one of the most talked about new female vocalist in acoustic music, lends her beautiful lead vocals to the song that is highlighted by the tremendous talents of Peter Knupfer (Violin), Scott Zystra (Guitar & Vocals), Jeff Rose (Mandolin & Vocals), Lloyd Douglas (Banjo), and Jeremy Darrow (Bass).
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We are so excited and humbled they've given our song a spot on their playlists," said Missy.
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Posted inDetour, News | Tagged"Terry Herd", bluegrass, Detour, female vocalist, Going Nowhere Fast, Jeremy Darrow, Lloyd Douglas, Missy Armstrong, Mountain Fever Records, Peter Knupfer, Roe Entertainment, Scott Zystra, Too Blue To Have The Blues
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Band members include Missy Armstrong (Lead Vocals & Guitar), Peter Knupfer (Violin), Scott Zystra (Guitar & Vocals), Jeff Rose (Mandolin & Vocals), Lloyd Douglas (Banjo), and Jeremy Darrow (Bass).
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Posted inDetour, News | Taggedalbum, bluegrass, Detour, digital, Jeff Rose, Lloyd Douglas, Melissa Armstrong, Michigan, Mountain Fever Records, music, news, Peter Knupfer, Scott Zystra
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With bandmate Melissa "Missy" Armstrong on lead vocals, by the end of the second line of the first verse, there is no doubt that the blues are about to be crushed.
"Missy Armstrong is my favorite singer," Rose says. Most people know of her from her mid-tempo bluegrass and ballads but she also has a blues side to her voice that is riveting. Our last CD "A Better Place" focused mostly on her sweet side. "Too Blue" is one of the songs on the new CD that really show off the blue side of Missy."
Armstrong is a fan of the song too. "It's always interesting to see a song from its beginning to its release. I remember hearing this song for the first time in an air conditioned tent behind the stage at a festival in Kentucky. The entire band took to it immediately. I love the way a song takes on a life of it's own! says Missy Armstrong.
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"Too Blue To Have The Blues" showcases the blue side of Missy Armstrong and the inescapable fact that we love playing bluegrass."
Band members include Missy Armstrong (Lead Vocals & Guitar), Peter Knupfer (Violin), Scott Zystra (Guitar & Vocals), Jeff Rose (Mandolin & Vocals), Lloyd Douglas (Banjo), and Jeremy Darrow (Bass).
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Posted inDetour, News | Tagged"blues", "Radio", "Terry Herd", bluegrass, Detour, Jeff Rose, Missy Armstrong, Mountain Fever Records, Single Release, Too Blue To Have The Blues


Trained in wide-range singing by teacher ...

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Trained in wide-range singing by teacher and opera singer Lisa Armstrong, Rhonda's vocal styles include opera, sacred, Broadway, Negro spirituals and contemporary Christian. Her dance skills are the result of the Alvin Ailey School of Dance, where she was once selected for the original secondary company, Ailey II. 


Ant has been with make-up artist ...

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Ant has been with make-up artist Lisa Armstrong since 1994 and they married in 2006 (no prizes for guessing who was best man).

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