Front Range CDs


The Real Thing (Live!), 2003, Bristlecone Records

Waiting For the Real Thing; Hot Gourds To Go; I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party; Plains Of The Buffalo; Building On a Rock; Nighttime Blues;

Take This Hammer; Sunnyside Of Life; Hello Trouble; Willoughby Gap; Shady River; Hot Rod Lincoln; The Road Home; Muleskinner Blues

Ramblin’ On My Mind, 1997, Sugar Hill Records

Under The Influence Of Love; Ramblin’ On My Mind;

Way Back In The Hills; Fergus County Jail; He’s Everywhere; The Lantern; Jenny Dear: You’re Only Lonely; Willoughby Gap; Home In San Antone; With Body And Soul; Kissing The Blues Goodbye

Silent Ground, 2000, Sugar Hill Records

Montana Gal; Sing Me A River; Leave Me To Cry; Cowtown Boogie;

Silent Ground; Dust Devil; Let Me Rest; Been Down So Long;

Love In Vain; Silver Plume; Sweetest Flower Of My Heart;

My Lord What A Mourning; Dust Devil

One Beautiful Day, 1995, Sugar Hill Records

I Am The Way; Were You there; Judge Not Your Brother;

A Father’s Prayer; Will He Wait A Little Longer; My Heavenly Home; Sing Praises; Create In Me A Clean Heart; He’s Coming Back;

I’ve Just Seen The Rock Of Ages; Weeds In The Wheat; One Beautiful Day

Back To Red River, 1993, Sugar Hill Records

Back To Red River; The Hills that I Call Home; Maybe This Time;

Two Empty Arms; False Summit; I’ve Always Been A Rambler;

Over In The Gloryland; Forever By My Side; Cold North Wind;

Happy Sunny Side Of Life; Plains Of The Buffalo; Please Joanna

The New Frontier, 1992, Sugar Hill Records

Waiting For The Real Thing; Chains Of Darkness; Down In Caroline; Without You; Why Don’t You Leave Me Baby; On A Lonesome Night; When I Still Needed You; So Far Away; Burning The Breakfast; Shady River; Building On The Rock; The Cowboy

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From 1992 - 2003 Colorado’s Front Range was one of the hottest, most respected and most original Bluegrass bands in the world. With a unique style that was fresh, instantly recognizable and yet respectful of the bluegrass tradition, Front Range brought terrific energy, wonderful harmonies, hot picking, outstanding new material, and a highly entertaining and engaging stage presence to concert stages and music festivals throughout the USA and Europe. Front Range featured guitarist, lead vocalist and songwriter Bob Amos, Mike Lantz on tenor vocals and mandolin, banjoist and bass vocalist Ron Lynam, and Bob Dick on bass and baritone vocals. With the untimely death of their beloved band-mate Mike Lantz in 2005, Front Range decided to “retire”, leaving a great performance legacy, and a heck of a lot of wonderful recordings.