"Streams of time flow/ and we grow older, but/ times like these will never go." These lyrics from "Hey Friend" rest delicately among a beautiful and haunting ambiance of pensive acoustic guitar and comfortable chord changes. The song begins with a soulful fiddle performance that seems to both memorialize and cherish the passing of time. The bluegrass aesthetic calls to mind fading memories of distant trains echoing against the horizon. Yet, nearly all listeners, regardless of age, can relate to the song's touching and accessible lyrics about friendship. ??The rich, timeless tunes on the album Moving Along exemplify the direct and unique style of Curtis Box. This Texas-born singer-songwriter blends folk, bluegrass, country, and acoustic elements to create a fresh approach to contemporary radio. ??Top Nashville session players contributed remarkable performances to Moving Along. Such as Adam Steffey, a Grammy winner and 2010 IBMA Mandolin Player of the Year who is known for his work with artists like Allison Krauss, the Boxcars, and the Lonesome River Band. With Ron Stewart of the Boxcars on banjo and fiddle, Justin Moses and national flatpicking champion Cody Kilby from Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder on dobro and guitar respectively, and in-demand session player Matt Pierson on bass, Moving Along features amazing collaborations between some of the heaviest hitters in the Nashville music scene. While the full list of contributors is too lengthy to detail in this format, Curtis Box and co-producer Dave Bechtel captured some incredible takes.?? Moving Along showcases the many different feels that Curtis Box can create in a song. "Love Each Other" is a charming tribute to the lessons taught by his grandmother. In "Dreaming in Durango," Curtis touches on his love for the outdoors as delightful string accompaniment dances around his approachable and melodic vocal delivery. His songs are both sophisticated and simple. Lyrics are drawn from his experiences; love, life, and nature being the most prevalent themes. In addition to tunes about heartbreak and relationships, Curtis Box also retains a sense of humor in his body of work. Put simply, Moving Along contains something for everyone.?? Album Credits:?Produced and mixed by Curtis Box and Dave Bechtel?. Engineered by Colin Heldt?. Recorded at Dark Horse Studios, Franklin Tn?. Mastered by Nick Moon at Tone Proper, Portland, Or? Musicians:? Adam Steffey-mandolin? Cody Kilby-guitar? Ron Stewart-fiddle, banjo?Justin Moses-dobro? Matt Pierson-bass? Tim Lorsch-cello? Christa Russell, Troy Engle, Justin Carbone-additional vocals?