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Living In A Song

CD and Metallic Gold LP pre-orders are signed by Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley (while offer is present).

American roots music has seen its fair share of beloved duos over the years—from The Monroe Brothers and Flatt & Scruggs to modern-day pairs like Milk Carton Kids and The War and Treaty—but few leave audiences as amazed as Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley. Built on the interplay of Ickes’s Dobro and Hensley’s six-string guitar, the only thing outshining the virtuosity of this group’s instrumental performances is their singing and songwriting prowess. On LIVING IN A SONG, Ickes and Hensley showcase their songwriting chops in a set of 12 songs, 5 of which they co-wrote with GRAMMY award-winning producer Brent Maher (The Judds, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson). In classic Nashville fashion, the threesome hashed out some 30 songs before picking the dozen that would make up LIVING IN A SONG. Paying homage to the troubadours that shaped the Nashville sound, the duo made the conscious decision to lean the music in a classic country direction stylistically, with elements of Americana and bluegrass thrown in for good measure.

"Two musical phenoms." —NPR

 “(An) acoustic firestorm…(who) are changing the rules…"  —Vintage Guitar 

 “Steel-string bluegrass with all the intensity of rock 'n' roll.” —Acoustic Guitar 

 “Two of the finest musicians playing today." —No Depression


This item is on pre-order and will be released on 02/10/23 . All physical items in your order will ship out in time for arrival on 02/10/23. If you purchase digital, then you will receive the DL link on 02/10/23. (If you wish to receive non pre-order items sooner please create two separate orders)
MP3/320 Pre-Order $10.00
FLAC Pre-Order $12.00
WAV Pre-Order $12.00
WAV-HD Pre-Order $17.00
SIGNED CD Pre-Order $16.00
SIGNED LP Pre-Order $26.98
SIGNED CD + SIGNED LP Bundle Pre-Order $40.00

Track Listing

Living In A Song
Deeper Than A Dirt Road
Backstreets Off Broadway
Way Downtown
I've Given All That I Can Take
Moonshine Run
Just Because
I'm Working On A Building
Is The World Still Turning
Louisiana Woman
I Thought I Saw A Carpenter