Access Atlanta posted a short review of the music from Ghost Brothers. This isn't a full review of the play, they're waiting until it comes out of previews to post that.
”Ghost Brothers,” directed by Susan Booth, is a rustic musical. There are no fancy orchestrations or swelling symphonies; simply the type of instruments you’d expect to hear in Mellencamp’s own music – slide guitar, bass, drums, harmonica, accordion – and songs that range from guttural and goofy (“That’s Me”) to a barroom stomper (“Put Me in the Ground”) to melancholy pop balladry (“Away From This World”).
I hope they release the music as an album. I'd love to hear it.
For the full review head over here.
Ghost Brothers of Darkland County is a collaboration from Stephen King and John Mellencamp. For more about Ghost Brothers click HERE.