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Like its predecessor, To Live In Two Worlds Volume 2 is filled with stories of mysterious deaths, moral dilemmas, struggling musicians and historical events that range through the years and across the globe, offered alternately with the help of a crackerjack string band and by nothing more than Jutz’s guitar and voice. The album is now available for pre-order ahead of its September 25 release.
“As always with my writing, you’ll find characters from days gone by in this collection of songs,” says Jutz, who was nominated for IBMA Songwriter Of The Year in 2017, 2018 and 2019. “Real or imagined, they struggle with their place in the world — like we all do. My beliefs, frustrations and hopes live in these characters, in the spiritual overtones and worldly undercurrents of their human existence. From the writing desk to the recording studio it’s been a genuine joy to work on this album.”
With songs ranging through the early days of country music to modern day historical events like Nashville’s historic flood and the fire that raged through Paris’ Notre Dame cathedral, Jutz weaves a rich historical timeline with memorable melodic strains and vivid turns of phrase. People long forgotten live again, favorite characters from modern classics make their appearances, and stories never told before come clothed in the sounds of days gone by.
A musical biography of Bluegrass legend Mac Wiseman All songs were written by Thomm Jutz, Peter Cooper and Mac Wiseman featuring: Mac Wseman, Alison Krauss, Shawn Camp, jim Lauderdale, Sierra Hull, the Issaca, Junior Sisk, Ronnie Bowman and many more.
Thomm and his friend and co-writer Jefferson Ross decided to write a batch of new original Christmas songs that sound like old traditional Christmas songs. There’s no Santa and there are no reindeer in these songs. This is a folky-sounding record about the most wondrous occasion.