The variety of tunes both new and old on the new JMRR project cover life, love, and loss as well as work, war and worship. And this new single is a great opening track for their new album. "Now The Summer's Gone," comes from the pen of bluegrasser, Barkley Davis, a great young writer from Indiana. His father Marvin Davis has also written hits for 40 years, including "Bootleg John," which was made popular by Ralph Stanley in the 1970s.
"It's actually a hillbilly wedding song," says Joe Mullins, "but it says nothing about shotguns, sisters or cousins! This tune is becoming a hand-clapping favorite with Radio Ramblers fans."