Stony Plain Records, Canada’s premier roots music label, released a special 3-CD set, Stony Plain 40 Years, to celebrate a huge milestone. The 47 song package includes cuts from its illustrious history of albums, as well as a complete disc of rarities and previously unreleased tracks.
“Celebrating Stony Plain’s 40th Anniversary by putting together this specially priced three CD set has been a joy,” writes label founder/president Holger Petersen in the album package. “Not only going back over those years and selecting some of our favorite tracks, but to also dig deeper to find rare and previously unreleased material by old friends Eric Bibb, Duke Robillard, Maria Muldaur, David Wilcox, the late Bob Carpenter, Walter ‘Shakey’ Horton and the legendary Sam Chatmon and His Barbeque Boys from 1979. With extensive notes and packaging, this stunning collection will be a joyful surprise for true music fans everywhere.”