To purchase, contact Jim Bertolin at jim_stanleytones@yahoo.com, or the CD is also available at Stanleytones live appearances.

The Stanleytones Bluegrass Band (2005)

Sample tracks:

Another Night (mp3)

Drivin' Left Hand (mp3)

Goin' Up on a Mountain (mp3)

"Channeled from Virginia's Stanley Brothers, the spirit energy of mountain music is now in the hands of Colorado's Stanleytones."--Colorado Bluegrass Music Society. Read full review...

Clarke Wright - Fiddleride CD Cover

Clarke Wright - Fiddleride

Clarke Wright has finished his first solo CD, "Fiddleride" with help from his hugely talented friends. It has Western Swing and Bluegrass standards as well as some originals. He picks guitar on a couple of songs too. Sample cuts can be heard at CDBABY, where you can download the full CD or individual songs.

To order your own CD copy, please visit Clarke's website at www.clarkewright.com. The CD is also available at the Stanleytones live appearances.

The original Stanleytones CDThe original Stanleytones band recorded Half a Dozen Heartaches in 2002. A limited amount of the CD is still available. To purchase, contact Jim Bertolin at jim@stanleytones.com, or the CD is also available at Stanleytones live appearances.

Sound samples:

Weld County Breakdown (mp3)

McDermott's Hornpipe (mp3)

Reviews of the original Stanleytones CD, "Half a Dozen Heartaches

Bluegrass Unlimited. Half a Dozen Heartaches is a tantalizing offering for bluegrass that adheres to established values but still seethes with creativeness. The music of the Stanleytones certainly has sterling credentials.

Denver Post. These guys have it down. Half a Dozen Heartaches is a very fine debut CD from this high-energy bluegrass band. One of the best traditional bluegrass bands to hit the Colorado front range in a long time.

Westword. A fine debut album, Half a Dozen Heartaches is a highly satisfying collection of traditional high lonesome bluegrass.

Colorado Bluegrass Music Society. The harmonies have excellent blend and pitch, straight from the dark side of the hollow. The 'Tones have hit the tap-root of this style of roots music.