Apple & Setser
  • I'll Love Nobody But You (Featured Single)
  • Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
  • Grandma Danced With the Arkansas Traveler
  • A Friend You'd Never Met
  • Too Far Gone
  • Hayes' Hoedown
  • Rake and The Rambling Blade
  • It Doesn’t Matter Anymore 
  • When the Wagon Was New
  • When You and I Were Young Maggie
  • I'll Love Nobody But You (Featured Single)
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:04) [4.75 MB]
  • Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
    Genre: Folk
    MP3 (03:30) [8.02 MB]
  • Grandma Danced With the Arkansas Traveler
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:57) [9.06 MB]
  • A Friend You'd Never Met
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:16) [7.49 MB]
  • Too Far Gone
    Genre: Acoustic Country
    MP3 (03:43) [8.51 MB]
  • Hayes' Hoedown
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:02) [4.66 MB]
  • Rake and The Rambling Blade
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:51) [6.53 MB]
  • It Doesn’t Matter Anymore 
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:06) [7.1 MB]
  • When the Wagon Was New
    Genre: Acoustic Country
    MP3 (02:27) [5.61 MB]
  • When You and I Were Young Maggie
    Genre: Folk
    MP3 (02:57) [6.76 MB]
Biography
Apple & Setser (Brad Apple & Pam Setser,) officially a duo since 2017, have played music together on and off for 30 years and have similar performing backgrounds in their respective family bands. Both musicians grew up playing music at the Ozark Folk Center and traveling the region performing separately. The duo regularly performs at the Mountain View Meeting Place in Mountain View, Arkansas, and travels the road to play shows and promote their music throughout the area. Apple & Setser were nominated for Best Acoustic Act for the 2022 Arkansas Country Music Awards.

Apple & Setser's self-titled debut album APPLE & SETSER is a collection of new originals, classic favorites and lesser-known traditional songs that take us on a nostalgic visit to that past when songs told stories that touched our hearts and memories. The album takes us on a journey back in time with foot-stomping songs, fond thoughts of family and friends but also digs deeper into our souls with a few songs about lost love. Brad Apple and Pam Setser capture our hearts by producing an album chock full of the sweet sounds of acoustic stringed instruments and the flavor of Mountainview, Arkansas, featuring notable and award-winning bluegrass and gospel guest musicians David Johnson, Tim Crouch and Danny Crawford. 
  
Golden-voiced singer and multi-instrumentalist Pam Setser, based in Mountain View, Arkansas, was nominated for Americana Artist of the Year for the 2021 Arkansas Country Music Awards. The folk/bluegrass/country singer and musician was part of her family's band (The Simmons Family Band) for 16 years. Her experiences included appearing on Hee Haw and performing for Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton. Pam has performed at the Ozark Folk Center since 1973. She also had the honor of sharing the stage with Grandpa Jones, Ramona Jones, The Whites, and Joni Bishop. Pam also performs with the Pam Setser Band, Apple & Setser, and the Ozark Granny Chicks, an old-time string band quartet. Pam plays autoharp, mountain dulcimer, guitar (left-handed!), upright bass, and spoons. Pam's discography includes four albums with "The Simmons Family Band," five mountain dulcimer albums with her mom Jean Jennings, and three solo albums; At Last, Crooked Ridge (familiar tunes), and her most recent release on the Bell Buckle Records label, Now (primarily originals, an Americana mix of folk, bluegrass, gospel, 1930s swing, and country.)

Brad Apple is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and songwriter with a smooth, expressive and commanding voice suited to folk, country and bluegrass. His original songs have been recorded by Auldridge, Bennett & Gaudreau, and the former members of J.D. Crowe and the New South, known as Flashback. Brad's Acoustic Music Talk podcast featuring interviews with artists and discussions about all facets of acoustic music, was nominated for Best Publication/Podcast for the 2022 Arkansas Country Music Awards. Brad played in his family band for many years and regularly performed at regional bluegrass festivals and the Ozark Folk Center State Park. His family ran The Apple Family Bluegrass Festival from 1979 to 1984. Brad was the audio mastering engineer at Raney Recording Studio in Drasco, Arkansas, for 10 years. Today, he has a recording studio where he records and masters his own projects and for other artists. Brad is very involved in the music community, performing with a long-time friend, Pam Setser, recording, and doing his podcast.

"I love how this album displays the individual abilities that Pam (Setser) and Brad (Apple) possess, but it also shows how their combined talents complement and enhance each other's music. The album is a great listening experience, and I believe you will love it as much as I do" - Sharon White, The Whites.
 
www.pamsetser.com/apple-setser Contact: Pam Setser: psetser60@gmail.com, Brad Apple: bradapplemusic@gmail.com     
Bell Buckle Records/Media PO box 94, Somerset, VA 22972 www.bellbucklerecords.com

1. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane  ISRC:  uscgh2222630
    (Public Domain)
    (Brad Apple-Guitar, Mandolin, Acoustic Bass, Lead Vocals; Pam Setser-harmony vocals; David Johnson-Fiddle, Clawhammer Banjo)

2. Grandma Danced With the Arkansas Traveler ISRC:  uscgh2222631
    (Brad Apple / Charley Sandage- Brad Apple Publishing/BMI, Black Branch Publishing/BMI
    (Brad Apple-Harmony Vocals, Acoustic Bass, Mandolin; Pam Setser-Lead Vocals; Tim Crouch-Fiddle, Banjo, Bowed Bass)

3. A Friend You'd Never Met ISRC:  uscgh2222632
    (Brad Apple- Brad Apple Publishing/BMI)
    (Brad Apple-Fingerstyle Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Lead Vocals; Pam Setser-Harmony Vocals; Sam Cobb-Mandolin)

4. Too Far Gone  ISRC:  uscgh2222633
    (Pam Setser/BMI)
    (Brad Apple-Acoustic Guitar, Fretless Electric Bass, Harmony Vocals; Pam Setser-Lead Vocals; Sam Cobb-Mandolin; Danny Crawford-Piano)

5. Hayes' Hoedown ISRC:  uscgh2222634
    (Pam Setser/BMI)
    (Brad Apple-Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Acoustic Bass; Pam Setser- Dulcimer; David Johnson-Fiddle)

6. Rake and Rambling Blade ISRC:  uscgh2222635
    (Public Domain)
    (Brad Apple-Acoustic Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Lead vocals; Pam Setser-Harmony Vocals; Sam Cobb-Mandolin; David Johnson-Fiddles, Dobro)

7. It Doesn't Matter Anymore ISRC:  uscgh2222636
    (Paul Anka- EPA Publishing)
    (Brad Apple-Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Acoustic Bass, Harmony vocals; Pam Setser-Lead Vocals; David Johnson-Fiddles, Viola, Dobro)

8. I'll Love Nobody But You  ISRC:  uscgh2222637
    (Jim & Jesse McReynolds- Fort Knox, Trio Music/BMI)
    (Brad Apple-Mandolin, Acoustic Bass, Lead Vocals; Pam Setser-Harmony vocals; David Johnson-Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Fiddle)

9. When The Wagon Was New  ISRC:  uscgh2222638
    (Public Domain)
    (Brad Apple-Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Acoustic Bass, Harmony vocals; Pam Setser-Lead Vocals; David Johnson-Fiddles, Dobro)

10. When You and I Were Young, Maggie  ISRC:  uscgh2222639
     (Public Domain)
     (Brad Apple-Fingerstyle Acoustic Guitar)



Bell Buckle Media
PO Box 94
Somerset, VA 22972
931-639-3004
bellbucklerecords@gmail.com
https://pamsetser.com/apple-setser

Pam Setser Albums:
Now
Crooked Road
21
  • Members:
    Pam Setser, Brad Apple
  • Sounds Like:
    Alison Krauss, Rhonda Vincent, Dolly Parton, EmyLou Harris, Linda Ronstadt
  • Influences:
    Alison Krauss, Claire Lynch, Dolly Parton, Rhonda Vincent, Bette Midler
  • AirPlay Direct Member Since:
    07/28/22
  • Profile Last Updated:
    08/17/22 02:29:33
McPherson 12 string acoustic guitar

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