This one features the newest member of Quicksilver, Jerry Cole, who many bluegrass fans will remember from his three years on bass with Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out. Jerry made his bluegrass touring debut as a member of Cody Shuler & Pine Mountain Railroad, but has been singing all his life. His dad was a longtime member of The Betterway Quartet, so old time singing and Gospel music were a part of his life from the start.
From the earliest days of Quicksilver, Doyle has had a habit of finding the very best singers among the up-and-comers in bluegrass. The list is a long one, including such current pros as Lou Reid, Russell Moore, Steve Gulley, and Jaimie Dailey.
Sounds like Jerry is well on his way to that same status on this Charley Pride classic from the late ’60s, Leaving On Her Mind.
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Source: Bluegrass Today