When you hear a family band like The Muellers from Maine, you certainly are gratified that the next generation of bluegrass music is in good hands. This third album for them illustrates perfectly how an entire family can embrace music to make it a fully participatory activity for enjoyment and entertainment. The Muellers demonstrate some skillful chops on all the primary bluegrass instruments.Everyone except Bob contributes in the vocal department and he is probably content laying in his hot lead guitar and mandolin licks. A couple of guests, Bill Smith and Bill Thibodeau complement a few songs with mandolin, guitar, banjo or resonator guitar. This talented group is very supportive of each other as when 8 year old John sings lead and plays fiddle, as on Black-Eyed Susie. To hear a young family group that has loads of talent and all the desire and motivation to go with it, you will do yourself a favor by going out to hear them when they come to your town.