“If Tishomingo County had a sound, it might just be the country music created by Lisa Lambert. Lambert, a bluegrass and country singer-songwriter from Iuka, is preparing to release her new album, “Come On Home: Songs and Stories From Tishomingo County,” on Feb. 1.”
“GOOD MUSIC FROM GOOD FRIENDS (Lisa Lambert & The Pine Ridge Boys Take Fun Seriously) Back in the day, The Pine Ridge Boys were at the cutting edge of modern technology. It was the 1950s, when channel 9 in Tupelo ran a contest, and The Pine Ridge Boys won a television show....Flash forward more than 60 years, and you’ll find The Pine Ridge Boys once again at the forefront of technology. Now known as Lisa Lambert and The Pine Ridge Boys, the group is on Twitter, Facebook and youtube.com, and downloads are available at Amazon, Rhapsody and Jango. Read more: NEMS360.com - Good Music from Good Friends Lisa Lambert and The Pine Ridge Boys take fun seriously Read more: NEMS360.com - Good Music from Good Friends Lisa Lambert and The Pine Ridge Boys take fun seriously ”
“The Crosby Arboretum had a large turn out to hear Lisa Lambert & The Pine Ridge Boys...The Pine Ride Boys brought the house down! Pat Drackett, Interim Director of the Crosby Arboretum, said, “We had a great turn out for the concert with Lisa Lambert and the Pine Ridge Boys. Those in attendance enjoyed themselves greatly and look forward to the band coming back!"”
“GET YOUR "HILLBILLY BLUES" ON... Lisa Lambert and the Pine Ridge Boys are fusion of old and new, of bluegrass and blues. Lambert says their genre is Hillbilly Blues. This encompasses the root sounds of bluegrass, country, blues and gospel....Crosby Arboretum Interim Director, Pat Drackett, says, “ I have been listening to Lisa Lambert’s website mp3’s all week. I have been letting them play and thinking ahead to the weekend we are going to have! It reminds me of being back in Tennessee and the old fashioned, grass roots, type of music. We are excited about the predictions of partly cloudy skies and 70 degree weather, but regardless of the weather the Pavilion is covered. It is going to be wonderful!”... ”
“SALTILLO, Miss. (WTVA) - A group of fourth grade students at one Lee County Elementary School were treated to some entertainment Thursday afternoon. Lisa Lambert & The Pine Ridge Boys performed at Saltillo Elementary. The bluegrass band from Belmont came and educated the students on music thanks to a grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission. It's called the Whole Schools Initiave. "In the fourth grade they're social studies benchmarks include learning about Mississippi," says Gena Yarbrough, Lee County Schools Elementary Art teacher. "They learn about the history of Mississippi and bluegrass music is an important part of that musical history and heritage."”
“AMERICANA WOMEN Filmmakers stop in Belmont on journey to document women in roots music BELMONT - Dyann and Rick Arthur are traveling the country in search of a rare species: female instrumentalists. That journey has brought the Arthurs to the Sparks Family Music Park in Dennis, outside Belmont, where they're listening and talking to Lisa Lambert. Lambert and the Pine Ridge Boys pick and sing, playing a mix of old-time gospel tunes, bluegrass standards and Lambert-penned songs so fresh the ink hasn't dried on them yet. All the while, Dyann and Rick pick and sing along, tap their toes and record everything they can. ”
"Mixing gospel and secular bluegrass music ‑ sprinkled with a little blues, jazz, and real country music ‑ the band puts a new twist on forgotten classics. In the process, they've unearthed a new audience for this old-timey music. Not only that, but they're lots of fun too!"
“I just met her a few weeks ago out at the Sparks Family Music Park in Dennis, where she and the Pine Ridge Boys were performing for the Music Box Project about women in roots music. She has a special Fourth of July song to share, and it’s terrific, so I thought I’d share it here! ”
“Tune into "Live At 9" on WREG Channel 3 tomorrow morning when Lisa Lambert & The Pine Ridge Boys will be performing, and talking about their upcoming show here at the Center on Saturday Night!”
““The Pine Ridge Boys has been an extremely exciting adventure,” says Lambert. “We’re working on putting our own spin on those old songs that the guys sang years and years ago. And of course we still write new songs, as well. I grew up playing more country blues. So as we blended our sounds together we ended up with what we call ‘hillbilly blues,’ which is grass with a little soul. And that pretty much covers all of Mississippi right there.””
"Lisa especially brings authenticity and a truckload of soul to her countrified vocals."
"...Hillbilly folk band Lisa Lambert and the Pine Ridge Boys took us back to the Elvis days with some incredible instrumentals and wonderful vocal harmony. Dressed in their matching attire, they really represented the hills country blues genre with class and talent."
“It was a bitterly cold night, but it was a night of good, old-time gospel and bluegrass music at the VFW/American Legion post in Iuka on Friday night, Jan. 16. Lisa Lambert and The Pine Ridge Boys played to a large and appreciative crowd. This band spends time in practice and it shows! Lynn Grissom's banjo and Nolan Wells' dobro guitar blend well with the vocals of Scott Nunley, Curley Ward, Lisa Lambert and Brian Sparks. Grissom hails from Red Bay, AL. Wells goes solo on "The Way I Am," a Merle Haggard song from the past, and he handles it well. Bobby Dennis provided bass support and sang one song: "That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine." Possible the best received song judging by the crowd reaction was Scott Nunley's singing of "Good Morning Neighbor"!....”