It’s the world premier release of “River N’ Me,” the latest single from Arkansas Americana group Ten Penny Gypsy. The song is an infectious, acoustic skiffle that enthusiastically pays homage to the classic American Roots music of the early 20th century. Recorded as a studio outtake from the group’s “Fugitive Heart” sessions, the song has become a fan favorite, and is a staple of Ten Penny Gypsy’s live concert performances.
The vintage video for “River N’ Me” is beautifully set on the banks of the Arkansas River near Little Rock. It’s presentation in black and white, complete with phonograph scratches and a reel-to-reel flicker, uniquely captures the joy and innocence of a bygone era.
Ten Penny Gypsy are Justin Patterson, Laura Lynn Danley, and Buddy Case. Since forming in 2017, the group has been nominated for seven Arkansas CMA awards, and Buddy Case was named Guitar Player of the Year at the 2021 Arkansas Country Music Awards.
“River N’ Me” was written by Buddy Case, Laura Lynn Danley, and Justin Patterson.
Ten Penny Gypsy is:
Laura Lynn Danley – Vocals
Justin Patterson – Guitar and Vocals
Buddy Case – Guitar and Vocals
Anthony Crawford – Dobro and Bass Guitar
Recorded and Produced by Anthony Crawford, Admiral Bean Studio, Loxley, AL
Cinematography/Post Production by Sharpe Dunaway, Sharpe Video Productions, Conway, AR