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A Wanderer I'll Stay

by Pharis & Jason Romero

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docham The vocals are outstanding, as usual, but Jason's banjo work is especially nice. Favorite track: Goodbye Old Paint.
Yvonne A Arnold
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Yvonne A Arnold Taken on a voyage to a timeless past that comforts the restless soul.
DJ Shaz
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DJ Shaz A set of inspired, deep, honest, intelligent, homely, and powerful duets entrenched in handmade acoustic roots - just as I’ve come to expect from their previous releases. Check em’ out. Favorite track: New Lonesome Blues.
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Craig Jenkins These are the two I want to see the most. Been on my bucket list for years. Favorite track: Goodbye Old Paint.
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lenapple The musicianship--it is ALIVE, PULSING and joyous, sometimes quietly, sometimes raucously, always with their hearts in it. Among all the gems, Old Paint's banjo is one of the most beautiful arrangements ever, and that Cocaine Blues really swings--great fiddling, Josh! Favorite track: Goodbye Old Paint.
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Poor Boy 04:50


Vintage and newly minted - banjos, vintage guitars and plenty of powerful duet singing on this beautiful new record of mostly original songs and tunes. Recorded in our Horsefly, BC home by David Travers-Smith, with special guests Josh Rabie (fiddle), John Hurd (bass), Marc Jenkins (pedal steel) and Brent Morton (drums) on a few tracks.


released March 3, 2015

Produced by Pharis & Jason Romero and David Travers-Smith


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Pharis & Jason Romero Horsefly, British Columbia

Pharis and Jason started out playing a lot of trad old time music, and after six duo records their singing, songwriting and the sounds of their instruments have moved into the forefront. Their newest record is Tell ‘Em You Were Gold, featuring the tones of their hand-built banjos on original songs and traditional tunes.
They've won three Juno awards and seven Canadian Folk Music Awards.
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