Come Go With Me (2:36) - Randall Franks with Gary Waldrep
Come Go with Me - Randall Franks (02:36)

Randall Franks Entertainment

Songwriter: Marty Robbins
Publisher - PRO: Mariposa Music/BMI
Release: 1995

Fiddle and Lead Vocal: Randall Franks
Band - The Sand Mountain Boys:
Banjo: Gary Waldrep
Guitar: Wayne Crain
Mandolin: Kenny Townsel
Bass: Jerry Crain

"As a youth one of my favorite times was to quietly turn on my transistor radio and try to hear the Grand Ole Opry and the closing segment featuring Marty Robbins. His vocal artistry and the endless fun he shared with the audience while going long rather than giving the broadcast to the Ernest Tubb Record Shop Midnight Jamboree was always a wonderful memory. This song reminds me of his talents reflected in a Bill Monroe style." Randall Franks

Tunes and Tales from Tunnel Hill is a collection of music and comedic stories which Franks recorded to reflect the influence that traditional artists such as Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, The Dillards, Bill Monroe, The Stanley Brothers, Roy Acuff, and Jim and Jesse had on him musically and the story telling of Jerry Clower, Minnie Pearl, and Doodle Thrower had on him comedically.

Appalachian Ambassador of the Fiddle and International Bluegrass Music Museum Legend Randall Franks, member of Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys and the Jim & Jesse Show, performs a song recorded by Bill Monroe "Come Go with Me." Franks's performance was inspired by Bill Monroe's performance.

The CD "Tunes & Tales from Tunnel Hill" was among the top 25 Bluegrass CDs of its release year in the United States.
The song, originally penned by Marty Robbins, is highlighted by triple fiddles and Monroe style mandolin licks. Banjo stylist Gary Waldrep joins Franks in creating the fiddle tracks and harmony vocals.
Franks starred in three American TV Series and 15 movies and is best known as "Officer Randy Goode" on TV's "In the Heat of the Night."
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