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Russell Moore, Ray Deaton, Wayne Benson, Steve Dilling, & Mike Hartgrove

About the artists

IIIrd Tyme Out is one of the leading bluegrass vocal groups of the 1990s.
Formed in 1991 by lead vocalist and guitarist Russell Moore, fiddler Mike
Hargrove, and bass vocalist and electric bass player Ray Deaton, shortly after
they left Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, the Georgia-based quintet has received
numerous Vocal Group of the Year awards from the International Bluegrass
Music Association (IBMA) and the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass
Music in America (SPBGMA).

While most of their repertoire centers around the bluegrass and country songs
of Bill and Charlie Monroe, the Delmore Brothers, the Carter Family, Hank
Williams, and Jimmie Rodgers, the group has been equally effective with gospel
material. Their 1996 album, Living on the Other Side, was an all-gospel
recording that included the Lester Flatt tune "I'm Working on a Road to
Gloryland," with guest Earl Scruggs on guitar. The song became a Top Ten
country hit and was named Song of the Year  by the IBMA. In addition, IIIrd Tyme
Out was named Best Contemporary Gospel Group by the SPBGMA in 1997 and

Strengthened by the soulful singing of Moore, a three-time winner of the
SPBGMA's award for Best Contemporary Male Vocalist and the recipient of the
IBMA's award as Best Male Vocalist in 1994 and 1997, and the deep vocal tones
of Deaton, IIIrd Tyme Out is the product of a group effort. Mandolin player and
harmony vocalist Wayne Benson replaced Alan Bibey and banjo player Barry
Abernathy replaced Terry Baucom shortly before the band recorded their third
album, Grandpa's Mandolin in 1993. Abernathy was subsequently replaced by
Steve Dilling.

IIIrd Tyme Out continues to set the pact for bluegrass singing. The group was
named Vocal Group of the Year by the IBMA in 1998, returning in 1999 with John
& Mary. Plus, two live albums, 1998's Live at the MAC and 2001's Back to the
MAC, were also popular items with both fans and critics. 2004 saw the release of
The Best Durn Ride while 2006 brought yet a third live album, Round III at the