New Plow Album in the Works…

The ball is rolling toward a new full-length album. This will be the first studio recording of our current line up. For a sneak preview of what’s in store, check out our recent live audio, or better yet, check out a live show.

Chris Clarke – Pale Moonlight Blues

Produced, recorded and mixed by Jeff Berkley at Berkley Sound, San Diego,CA. Mastered by Gavin Lurssen at Lurssen Mastering, Hollywood, CA.

Includes some great musicians and wonderful friends – Cathryn Beeks, Jeff Berkley, Dennis Caplinger, Robin Henkel, Josh Herms, John Mailander, Doug Pettibone, Joe Pomianek, Dane Terry, Doug Walker and Lindsay White.


  1. Caroline
  2. The 4th of July
  3. Pale Moonlight Blues
  4. High on a Mountain
  5. Midnight on the Stormy Deep
  6. East Virginia Blues
  7. And Going Away
  8. Mornin’
  9. (My) Creole Belle
  10. This Morning I Am Born Again
  11. The L&N Don’t Stop Here Anymore
  12. Short Life of Trouble
  13. Tonapah Station
  14. Railroading on the Great Divide
  15. Wesley

Debut Album Released

Just in time for the Julian Bluegrass Festival, Plow releases their debut CD on Sugar Mama Records recorded, mixed and mastered by Alan Sanderson at Strate Sound Studios, Santucky, CA. Recorded live over the course of 3 sessions, it features original songs by Chris Clarke (guitar, harmonica & vocals), David Bandrowski (5-string & tenor banjos) and John Mailander (fiddle & mandolin), as well as several traditional bluegrass and old time string band tunes. The CD will be available at the 2008 Julian Bluegrass Festival, as well as on sale at Cow Records in Ocean Beach, CA and distributed digitally on iTunes, Rhapsody, eMusic and CD Baby.


  1. Goin’ Down To Richmond (Clarke)
  2. Troubled Times (Emmitt)
  3. Sunday Sadir (Bandrowski)
  4. Tonapah Station (Clarke)
  5. In The Pines (trad)
  6. Wayfaring Gypsy (Clarke/Mailander)
  7. Mississippi Sawyer / Forked Deer / Sally Ann (trad)
  8. Asheville Junction (trad)
  9. Hog-Eye (trad)
  10. Since You’ve Been Gone (Clarke)
  11. Bring It On Down To My House (Wills)
  12. Train 45 (trad)

“This terrific CD offers a musical bridge across time and styles….it’s serious, it’s innovative, and it’s very approachable.”

-San Diego Troubadour Magazine