Dobbs on Disc

Joe Dobbs Plays Old Time Fiddle Tunes. Recorded in 1979 at his Fret 'n' Fiddle music store in Huntington, W.Va., this disc brings Joe together with Dennis Dobbs on guitar and banjo and Mary Faith Rhoads on hammer dulcimer and mountain dulcimer. More >
Friends, Fiddles & Favorites. Joe and Buddy Griffin have been friends for decades now, and form a remarkable mutual admiration society that is, frankly, unique in the fiddling world. So when they come together to produce a twin fiddle album, watch out! This is a wonderfully warm collaboration. More >
Fiddle and The Flood. Joe has always loved those standards that we all grew up hearing on the radio, from "Star Dust" and "Georgia on My Mind" to "Mack the Knife" and "Ain't Misbehavin'." So on this album, backed by members of his band, The 1937 Flood, Joe stretches out and has a ball. More >
The 1337 Flood/ The Band, Not the Natural Disaster. Joe is a founding member of the band that is also called "West Virginia's most eclectic string band." The guys have been playing a rich mix of mountain, swing, jug band and folk music for more than 25 years. This is their debut album. More >




The 1337 Flood Plays Up a Storm. Released in early 2004, this is the second big album by Joe's band, the popular 1937 Flood, called "West Virginia's most eclectic string band." It's another set of rich, good-time tunes. The album also features "Music from the Mountains Sets You Free," the theme song the guys wrote for Joe's weekly radio show on West Virginia Public Radio. More >
I'd Rather Be Flood. The boys of at it again. This 2004 release is the latest product of The Flood's finding its way to the studio, a disc full of surprises. Among the 'firsts' on this CD is the debut of a Joe Dobbs original. 'Vandalia Waltz' is a beautiful instrumental tribute to The Mountain Stat.. More >

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