// Origin: Florida
// Genres: Bluegrass
// Label: Turnberry Records
// Website: www.chaddaroumusic.com
//Single: North End Of A Southbound Train
//Songwriter: Ed Williams
Chad Darou is a resonator guitarist originally from Florida and now resides
in Pennsylvania. He also plays guitar, banjo, mandolin, and bass. He’s
performed on the Grand Ole Opry and has toured with Bill Keith, James
King, The Gibson Brothers, Lonesome River Band, Del Reeves, Bill Harrell,
and Frank Solivan.
"I was captivated from the first verse of this song," says Chad Darou. "I knew that I wanted Mallory Evans to sing lead on it with me and my wife singing backup. It's the quintessential train song, with all the bells and whistles!"
Darou plays all of the instruments on the new track and the upcoming album "Susquehanna Line" with the exception of fiddle which was tracked by Ray Legere.
An Upbeat Modern Day Bluegrass Train Song Meets Broken Love Story; Featuring Mallory Evans on Lead Vocal, Chad Darou on Dobro, Banjo, Mandolin, Bass and Harmony vocals, Kristin Darou on Harmony Vocals, Ray Legere on fiddle, and David Carey on Guitar. Story about a girl who despite years of trying to fit in a town and a relationship where she couldn't. So she decided to hitch a southbound train back to where she came from to find acceptance, and a better life. Mallory's lead vocals and Chad's arrangement and musical prowess coupled with Legere's fiddle work make this song a chart busting smash!