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Paul Bryant & Kentucky Border / Press

“Thank you to Paul and the guys! They played our wedding and were absolutely outstanding! My wife and I knew we wanted a bluegrass band before any of the other plans were even discussed. We searched extensively and she happened upon Paul Bryant and Kentucky Border one evening. We knew immediately that they were the band. We decided to stick with traditional songs, we wanted everyone to experience the traditional bluegrass that we love. The guys did exactly that and were able to play songs we requested for dances. They even accompanied a couple of groomsmen and myself playing and singing a song! They were extremely professional but also felt like friends while we all danced and sang. We could not have asked for a better experience and will definitely be frequenting their performances in the future. Paul was a pleasure to work with over the course of the year leading up to the wedding. I highly recommend booking them for events if you are a fan of traditional driving bluegrass. Thanks!”

Patrick Ferringer - Private Review

“Bluegrass on Sharon Circle a hit FINAL MUSIC ON THE CIRCLE CONCERT IS AUG. 6 By RITA JEAN WAGAR | Posted: Monday, July 28, 2014 3:00 am SHARON – It was bluegrass music at its finest July 23 at Sharon Circle Park as 150 people turned out for the sixth in the 2014 Music on the Circle free summer concert series, which featured the Paul Bryant and Kentucky Border Band, founded in 2005. Since then, the group has appeared at numerous local, regional and national bluegrass festivals and has performed in Canada and at the Wheeling Jamboree in Wheeling, W.Va. In addition to Bryant, who plays guitar and is lead vocalist, band members are Curtis Oyler, vocals and mandolin; Ernie Evans, vocals and banjo; and Richard Robertson, vocals and bass. In addition, Tyler Williams, who has his own band in Tennessee, was a guest vocalist. The group kept the audience on its toes for more than an hour with renditions of songs such as “I Just Think I’ll Go Away” and “Highway 40 Blues,” a”

Rita Jean Wagar - The Post, Medina County

"During the month I was able to attend another bluegrass festival and met a new bluegrass artist who recently finished his first CD. His name is Paul Bryant. His first CD “Paul Bryant & Kentucky Border” titled their first album “Mountain Tradition”. The picture on the cover displays a lot of history within his own family. The picture comes from his childhood and living up in Ohio. As I listened to the CD, I was very impressed with the quality of the some and the selection of the songs. It is a mixture of songs from Bill Monroe and many more artists from our past. It even has one he wrote himself. His website is www.kentuckyborder.com. I encourage you to take a few minutes to check out his website and listen to the songs he has posted and see for yourself what a great artist he is. If you like what you hear, you have the opportunity to purchase the CD from his website. Sign his guest book and let him know you stopped by."

Paul Drummond - North Florida Bluegrass Association Newsletter