“Flashback will make you nostalgic for the days when Crowe strapped on the five. But the band will also leave you eager to peer into the future to see what this talented posse of musicians will come up with next. Let’s hope it’s not another couple of decades!”
“Nashville, Tenn. – The wait is finally over, as Flashback releases their brand new album, Blues Around My Cabin. Released on Pinecastle Records, the project consists of 11 recordings. Flashback alum Richard Bennett, Curt Chapman, Don Rigsby and Stuart Wyrick each stand out in their own ways throughout the collection. Fans can download and stream the new record HERE. The lead single from the album is the clever “John Henry Holliday.” The track was written by Flashback member and multi-Grammy nominee Richard Bennett. The track centers around well known gambler / gunfighter Doc Holliday, who was born in the mid-1800s. Another recent example of the project’s variety came in the form of the Billy Droze and Don Rigsby written song “When The Blues Come Around My Cabin Door.” It was released earlier this week, following an exclusive world premiere by The Bluegrass Situation. It includes a combination of different instruments, making it one of the standout recordings on Blues Around My Cabin, so much so that it was the inspiration behind the album’s title. Another highlight is the cut “Take Me To The River,” which was written by, and features JP Pennington of the chart-topping Country band Exile.”
— Pinecastle Records
"You’ve got yourself another set of WINNERS! I think “This Old Town” and “Will You Fold My Flag for Me will touch a lot of hearts…yearn for yesteryear….and stir the patriotic pride. Take Me to the River will hit #1 in a FLASH!"
- Jacquie Ball
"All cuts on Blues Around My Cabin Door are excellent, but then again…I don’t expect anything less from Flashback! The thing about their music takes the listener back in time regardless of their age. Flashback evokes a sense of history, an unmistakable quality that is actually played & not manufactured. When I listen to their music I feel like I am on a journey through time, encapsulated into a few brief moments…transported into a dimension where music is an art form, musicians who become one with their instruments the music makes the listener actually feel what they hear…. which in my humble opinion sets Flashback head and shoulders above the rest."
- JP Pennington