This band is in some pretty uncharted territory for me, but like most music, I loved it right away. I saw The Durocher’s in a small Lutheran church in Gonvick, a town of about 228 people. They are a family band with a strong focus on Christ.
I was really was surprised how much I enjoyed their performance. I’m usually not into bluegrass, but listening to this group of talented musicians, I realized just how technical bluegrass really is. This album, though mellow at times, has some really fun and fast parts.
I don’t really know who I should necessarily recommend this album to, but it has some interesting parts. My favorite tracks are “Whom Shall I Fear” and “Draw Me Close.” Although I liked the whole album, I wouldn’t go out looking for the next album. Because, even while appreciating this album, I am rarely in the mood to listen to it. So, if you’re into bluegrass check out the Durocher family band, they are worth a listen.