2017 release. Mark Kuykendall and Bobby Hicks are bluegrass veterans who have a combined 110 years of professional experience between them. Forever And A Day never leaves you in doubt that it is a straight-ahead, traditional bluegrass album. It contains a well-balanced selection of old favorites like "Roust-a-bout," "We Live in Two Different Worlds" and Ernest Tubb's "Journey's End." It also features a few gospel numbers including "I'll Follow Jesus," the Jim Eanes-classic "In His Arms I'm Not Afraid" and Monroe's "Wicked Path of Sin." Kuykendall, who penned five originals on their debut release Down Memory Lane contributes two new ones here: the title track and the catchy, country-flavored first single "I Don't Have the Want To Anymore." In addition, a couple of instrumentals showcase the extraordinary range of Hicks' dazzling fiddle work-from the jazzy sway of his own composition, "Zuma Swing," to a gorgeous version of the popular "Ashokan Farewell." Hicks even gets to fulfill a life-long dream of his by singing lead on one of his favorite Hank Williams songs, "They'll Never Take Her Love From Me."