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9 Replies to “ Kenny & Amanda Smith Band - Always Never Enough (CD, Album) ”

  1. Unlimited free Kenny & Amanda Smith Band music - Click to play Always Never Enough, Thousand Miles Ago and whatever else you want!
  2. Get your copy of the new Kenny & Amanda Smith CD "Catch Me If I Try". Cory Piatt, Austin Ward, with special guests Ron Stewart on banjo & Alan Bartram on harmony vocals. Always Never Enough. Track Listing: 1. Always Never Enough 2. Dig A Little Deep 3. A Thousand Mile Ago send check or money order payable to "The Kenny and Amanda Smith.
  3. The Kenny & Amanda Smith Band have a mellifluous bluegrass sound that varies quick-paced romps with beautiful and emotionally-rendered ballads The band has had a couple personnel changes. Whiz banjo-player Steve Huber is still with the Smiths, but "Always Never Enough" introduces Jason Robertson (mandolin) and Alan Bartram (bass)/5(11).
  4. Always Never Enough () Kenny & Amanda Smith Band On their 2nd album for Rebel, the Kenny and Amanda Smith Band continued to establish themselves as one of the leading voices in contemporary traditional bluegrass.
  5. Always Never Enough, an album by Kenny & Amanda Smith Band on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Kenny and Amanda Smith Band Winners of the International Bluegrass Music Association’s prestigious Emerging Artist of the Year award in , the Kenny and Amanda Smith Band combines gutsy, heartfelt vocals, brilliant instrumental talents and a powerful, contemporary sense of song choice and arrangement into one of the most compelling new sounds in bluegrass today.
  7. Jul 19,  · Album · · 14 Songs. Sign In For You Browse Radio Open in iTunes. Sign In Always Never Enough Kenny & Amanda Smith Band Bluegrass • Play Shuffle. SONG TIME Always Never Enough. 1. PREVIEW Dig A Little Deep. 2 Always Never Enough. 1.
  8. The album was popular enough to be listed on the bluegrass charts, and the Smith's decided to form the Kenny and Amanda Smith Band. They won the IBMA's Emerging Artist of the Year award in In , they released the album House Down the Block. Ronald Inscore played mandolin, Steve Hubers played banjo, and Greg Martin played bass.
  9. Upon graduation from college in he joined the Kenny and Amanda Smith Band appearing on their album Always Never Enough. In he joined the Del McCoury Band on bass. He also played briefly in an early version of the Infamous Stringdusters, appearing on the band's album.

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