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Rough Cuts of Basics
  • Artist: Bain Ennis
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101354974
  • Item #: SRD135497
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 12/18/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Rough Cuts of Basics on CD

Bain Ennis has made a name for himself over the years as an Ambassador of original North Texas Music; picking and singing his unique brand of tunes across the globe, from Kerrville Campfires, and honky tonks all over Texas, to 'DC, Boston, Amsterdam, Osaka, Tbilisi, and beyond. As a founding member of Sherman's legendary "Tone Deaf Cowboys", then, through his partnership with Ft. Worth's Ed Rogers, Matthew Williams (Blarney Brothers, Chuck Rainey Trio, Soul Kitchen), Rodger Harrison (Blarney Brothers, Free Whiski) and Patrick Brooks, formed the "Gypsy Troubadours". Ennis's songs we're at the core of the success of these bands, and were key to sparking the "Y'all-ternative" movement in North Texas' music scene. Ennis recently slowed down long enough to record his debut solo CD; "Rough Cut's of Basics" in Boston. The project has already received much praise for it's sublime quality and cross-genre appeal. The solid sound of the CD is due to the rhythm guitar, lead vocal and bass being recorded in the same take for each song. Legendary bass man Matt Kohut joined on the CD to provide the solid foundation throughout. Williams and Harrison also support him on the tracks, as-well-as "Tone Deaf Cowboys" collaborator Larry Martin (to name a few)