I Draw Slow has left a mark on the U.S. It's like they left behind a note that says, "I Draw Slow was here." This article summarizes I Draw Slow's U.S. Tour. Maybe it serves as the proverbial period at the end of that note.
I Draw Slow recently played dates strung-out all across the U.S. ending in Oregon. Their fortunes have been good—landing them on the Top 25 Amazon Bluegrass charts, selling out of merchandise at multiple tour stops and earning them rave reviews of their release Redhills.
Here is an excerpt from the article.
That response is evident by the band’s increasing album sales. Their first American release from Pinecastle Records, , is climbing the charts and has recently broken into the top 25 on Amazon’s Bluegrass best seller list. “We sold out of our first consignment in a couple of days, and we've already had plenty of feedback about it on Facebook from people listening in their cars on the way back from the various gigs,” say Louise. “‘Goldmine’ seems to be a favorite. Our first album, Downside, is also going down very well.”
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