Win a Signed LP of Old Crow Medicine Show's 'Volunteer'
Rolicking roots sextet Old Crow Medicine Show celebrated the release of its ninth album of original matieral at The Station Inn last Thursday night. A vertiable who's who of Music City packed the dingy old bluegrass venue to see the stringband perform selections from Volunteer. But in addition to celebrating Volunteer's release into the wild, the band and attendees also took a moment to honor an even more historical feat: With this album — all 11 fiery tracks recorded in the legendary RCA Studio A and produced by country and roots music veteran Dave Cobb — Old Crow Medicine Show has officially been a band for 20 years.
Here at No Depression, we're proud to have supported this band for so many years as well. In fact, you can read an essay fiddler Ketch Secor wrote for the Spring edition of the print journal by subscribing here, or check out the glowing album review of Volunteer that Corbie Hill wrote.
We're also thrilled to offer one lucky member of the No Depression community a signed copy of Volunteer. All you have to do is comment below with your favorite Old Crow Medicine Show song, old or new. We'll choose one winner at random and send them a copy of the album. Comments posted on social media don't count toward the contest. Anyone may enter but prizes can only be sent to US addresses.
This signed vinyl contest runs from Tuesday, April 24, 2018, through Monday, April 30, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. ET. We'll announce the winner shortly thereafter. Good luck!