Much of Sunday Valley's power comes from their live set where fans are singing along with almost every song, and a single tune can go on for ten minutes, threatening to whip the crowd into a nigh-ecstatic frenzy.
SV's first full-length album, To The Wind And On To Heaven, is a prime example of controlled chaos. Their first EP was recorded within a few months of the band first starting to drop jaws on bar floors all over Lexington. Now, thanks in part to the talents and studio space provided by Duane Lundy of Shangri-la Productions, good timing was central to tackling a project the scale of To The Wind.
And in this album, the intensity and versatility of their stage performance is harnessed in ten songs, which, from top to bottom, serve as an airtight trek through the at once intimate and universal landscape of soulful bluegrass, rock, and roots music ... READ MORE