Roy Sanders and Don Ling are Yellow Prairie and if you haven’t heard them play here is a peak. The music is available for download here on this site as well as CD Baby. Hearing music from a bygone era takes you back to a simpler time. Watch and listen to them, then be sure to share this with your friends and download your favorites. Ask your friends if they know what a Dobro or Banjitar is
This is a video sample of No Pick, Just Fingers to not only introduce Roy’s music, but the attitude behind the music. An old style of music, a bit folksy, very personal and is quite often played just sitting on the porch enjoying family, friends, and nature.
The long-awaited November 1st 2015 release date of Roy Sanders’ latest album, No Pick, Just Fingers has finally arrived. You can listen to samples and purchase it here if you have a large screen, or here for the smaller mobile devices. To learn more about No Pick, Just Fingers, click here. Below is an excerpt from that page.
Got to thank my mother in law for telling me about Hoskins Spring — a real place, though now isolated, in Burleson County. It was once a thriving place (OK, that means different things to those of us from the country) with a building that doubled as a school and a church. Peggy and I checked it out one time, and it was pretty run down — about to fall down actually. Her grandmother had taught there 70 or 80 years ago, and you could tell it was a special place of worship for Hoskins Spring Baptist Church. Though a pretty good Burleson County historian myself, I had never heard of it. Made for a good song title anyway.