Our First Music Book!

 

Our first book is now published on Amazon!  The pandemic kept us away from the studio but Barbara put together the notation for her 12 original waltzes and published a book titled "A Waltz for Each Month" on Amazon.  This "fake book" includes illustrations, photos, lyrics and guitar chords in addition to the melody lines for the music.  Check it out here: 

A Waltz for Each Month on Amazon.  Let us know what you think!

It's here!  Our latest single:  May Waltz  

This song was officially released to the world (fittingly) on May 1 but our fans got an early listen on this website before it was available on the digital outlets.  Take a few minutes to relax and enjoy a simple melody, happy mood and a walk through the season of May in New England!

 

May Waltz

ShoreGrass

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Released May 1, 2020

Written by Barbara Shaw (c) 2020

May Waltz will be officially released to the world (fittingly) on May 1. This song is #5 in a series of original ShoreGrass waltzes, a waltz for every month of the year. Each one was written during the month itself and summons up the mood and sights of that month in New England. #12 - December Waltz has previously been released on the ShoreGrass album "Going Home," which you can find below.

Barbara Shaw: songwriter, guitar, lead vocals; Frank Shaw: banjo, baritone vocals; Paul Pozzi: mandolin, tenor vocals; Eben Salter: lead guitar; Rick Brodsky: bass, Dobro; Paul Opalach: recording engineer at Long Hill Recording.

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Other ShoreGrass Singles

Birth of Baby Jesus

ShoreGrass

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Released 2019

Written by Barbara Shaw © 2011

Paul Pozzi: mandolin, lead vocals; Frank Shaw: banjo, bass, baritone vocals; Barbara Shaw: guitar, tenor vocals; Paul Opalach: bells.

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Battle of Ossippee

ShoreGrass

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Released 2011

Written by Frank and Barbara Shaw © 2009

Frank Shaw: banjo, lead vocals; Barbara Shaw: rhythm guitar, tenor vocals, bass, recording, mixing; Jim Sherlock: lead guitar.

This song was co-written by Frank and Barbara Shaw at their campsite in the pouring rain at the Ossipee Bluegrass Festival in Maine on 7/25/2009. They were longing to go home and feeling burdened by the weather and circumstances, resulting in a song that summons up the mood of a dying colonial soldier dreaming of home.

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Hummingbird ~ and other nearly true stories ~

Going Home

Going Home Notes

Songs of the Civil War Era

Songs of the Civil War Era Notes

In Connecticut ~ our debut recording!