Molly Tuttle Releases Deluxe Version of Grammy-Nominated Album ‘Crooked Tree,’ Video for “Nashville Mess Around”

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A digital deluxe version of acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Molly Tuttle’s Grammy-nominated album with her band Golden Highway, Crooked Tree, is out today on Nonesuch. Alongside the original thirteen songs, the deluxe edition features new renditions of the Grateful Dead’s “Dire Wolf,” and the traditional folk song “Cold Rain and Snow,” also made famous by the Grateful Dead, as well as live versions of album tracks “Dooley’s Farm” (feat. special guest Jerry Douglas) and “Castilleja,” both recorded at Nashville’s historic Station Inn. To celebrate the deluxe release, Tuttle has shared a new video for album track “Nashville Mess Around," which can be seen here.

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A digital deluxe version of acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Molly Tuttle’s Grammy-nominated album with her band Golden Highway, Crooked Tree, is out today on Nonesuch Records. You can hear and download it here. The release adds to a landmark year for Tuttle, who is nominated for Best New Artist and Best Bluegrass Album (Crooked Tree) at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards.

Alongside the original thirteen songs from Crooked Tree, the deluxe edition features new renditions of the Grateful Dead’s “Dire Wolf,” and traditional folk song, “Cold Rain and Snow,” also made famous by the Grateful Dead, as well as live versions of album tracks “Dooley’s Farm” (feat. special guest Jerry Douglas) and “Castilleja,” both recorded at Nashville’s historic Station Inn. In conjunction with the deluxe release, a new video for album track “Nashville Mess Around” debuted today and can be seen here:

Produced by Tuttle and Jerry Douglas, Crooked Tree explores Tuttle’s love of bluegrass and features collaborations with Sierra Hull, Old Crow Medicine Show, Margo Price, Billy Strings, Dan Tyminski and Gillian Welch. In celebration of the album, Tuttle and her band, Golden Highway, were featured on CBS Saturday Morning earlier this year as part of their “Saturday Sessions” series, performing three songs from the record: “She’ll Change,” “Over the Line” and “Crooked Tree.” Tuttle was also recently the subject of a PBS NewsHour profile.

Known for their electric live performances, Tuttle and Golden Highway—Bronwyn Keith-Hynes (fiddle), Dominick Leslie (mandolin), Shelby Means (bass) and Kyle Tuttle (banjo)—will perform select shows this year including two nights at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on December 30 and 31 supporting Old Crow Medicine Show. Details and tickets can be found at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Molly Tuttle, Golden Highway: "Nashville Mess Around" [video]
  • Friday, December 2, 2022
    Molly Tuttle Releases Deluxe Version of Grammy-Nominated Album ‘Crooked Tree,’ Video for “Nashville Mess Around”

    A digital deluxe version of acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Molly Tuttle’s Grammy-nominated album with her band Golden Highway, Crooked Tree, is out today on Nonesuch Records. You can hear and download it here. The release adds to a landmark year for Tuttle, who is nominated for Best New Artist and Best Bluegrass Album (Crooked Tree) at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards.

    Alongside the original thirteen songs from Crooked Tree, the deluxe edition features new renditions of the Grateful Dead’s “Dire Wolf,” and traditional folk song, “Cold Rain and Snow,” also made famous by the Grateful Dead, as well as live versions of album tracks “Dooley’s Farm” (feat. special guest Jerry Douglas) and “Castilleja,” both recorded at Nashville’s historic Station Inn. In conjunction with the deluxe release, a new video for album track “Nashville Mess Around” debuted today and can be seen here:

    Produced by Tuttle and Jerry Douglas, Crooked Tree explores Tuttle’s love of bluegrass and features collaborations with Sierra Hull, Old Crow Medicine Show, Margo Price, Billy Strings, Dan Tyminski and Gillian Welch. In celebration of the album, Tuttle and her band, Golden Highway, were featured on CBS Saturday Morning earlier this year as part of their “Saturday Sessions” series, performing three songs from the record: “She’ll Change,” “Over the Line” and “Crooked Tree.” Tuttle was also recently the subject of a PBS NewsHour profile.

    Known for their electric live performances, Tuttle and Golden Highway—Bronwyn Keith-Hynes (fiddle), Dominick Leslie (mandolin), Shelby Means (bass) and Kyle Tuttle (banjo)—will perform select shows this year including two nights at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on December 30 and 31 supporting Old Crow Medicine Show. Details and tickets can be found at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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