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Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway have released an animated video for “Down Home Dispensary,” from their Grammy-nominated new album, City of Gold, made by Mechanism Digital Inc. Tuttle says: "Too much politickin’ and not enough tokin’? Check out our animated 'Down Home Dispensary' video!" You can do just that here.

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Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway have released an animated video for “Down Home Dispensary,” from their critically acclaimed and Grammy-nominated new album, City of Gold, made by Mechanism Digital Inc. Tuttle says: "Too much politickin’ and not enough tokin’? Check out our animated 'Down Home Dispensary' video!" You can do just that here:

Earlier this month, Tuttle and the band—fiddler Bronwyn Keith-Hynes, mandolinist Dominick Leslie, bass player Shelby Means, and banjo player Kyle Tuttle—earned their second consecutive Grammy nomination for Best Bluegrass album for their critically acclaimed new album, City of Gold, released this past summer on Nonesuch Records. The nomination comes on the heels of three IBMA Bluegrass Music Awards wins, including Album of the Year Award for their 2022 debut album, Crooked Tree (which won the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album); and Song of the Year for that album’s title track, written by Tuttle and Melody Walker; and Female Vocalist of the Year for Tuttle (which she won last year as well).

Tuttle and the band bring music from City of Gold to Lake Wales, Florida, this Friday, as part of Orange Blossom Revue, before heading to California for a sold-out show at The Troubadour in West Hollywood and a four-night run at The Guild Theatre in Menlo Park. Tuttle heads to the UK in January for a solo tour in support of Tommy Emmanuel. For all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Produced by Tuttle and Jerry Douglas and recorded in Nashville, City of Gold was inspired by Tuttle’s near constant touring with Golden Highway and their growth together as musicians and performers, cohering as a band. These 13 tracks—mostly written by Tuttle and Ketch Secor (Old Crow Medicine Show)—capture the electric energy of the band’s live shows by highlighting each member’s musical strengths. City of Gold also features special guest Dave Matthews on the song “Yosemite.”

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  • Tuesday, November 28, 2023
    Watch: Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway Share "Down Home Dispensary" Video

    Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway have released an animated video for “Down Home Dispensary,” from their critically acclaimed and Grammy-nominated new album, City of Gold, made by Mechanism Digital Inc. Tuttle says: "Too much politickin’ and not enough tokin’? Check out our animated 'Down Home Dispensary' video!" You can do just that here:

    Earlier this month, Tuttle and the band—fiddler Bronwyn Keith-Hynes, mandolinist Dominick Leslie, bass player Shelby Means, and banjo player Kyle Tuttle—earned their second consecutive Grammy nomination for Best Bluegrass album for their critically acclaimed new album, City of Gold, released this past summer on Nonesuch Records. The nomination comes on the heels of three IBMA Bluegrass Music Awards wins, including Album of the Year Award for their 2022 debut album, Crooked Tree (which won the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album); and Song of the Year for that album’s title track, written by Tuttle and Melody Walker; and Female Vocalist of the Year for Tuttle (which she won last year as well).

    Tuttle and the band bring music from City of Gold to Lake Wales, Florida, this Friday, as part of Orange Blossom Revue, before heading to California for a sold-out show at The Troubadour in West Hollywood and a four-night run at The Guild Theatre in Menlo Park. Tuttle heads to the UK in January for a solo tour in support of Tommy Emmanuel. For all the latest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Produced by Tuttle and Jerry Douglas and recorded in Nashville, City of Gold was inspired by Tuttle’s near constant touring with Golden Highway and their growth together as musicians and performers, cohering as a band. These 13 tracks—mostly written by Tuttle and Ketch Secor (Old Crow Medicine Show)—capture the electric energy of the band’s live shows by highlighting each member’s musical strengths. City of Gold also features special guest Dave Matthews on the song “Yosemite.”

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