Sid Hausman is a versatile New Mexico singer and musician and he is to be commended for bringing back western swing baritone ukulele on this interesting album. Joining Sid is the equally talented Washtub Jerry, also a tenor ukulele player, who is known far and wide for his unbelievably melodic washtub bass playing. Joining Sid and Jerry are the always brilliant Liz Masterson on vocal harmonies and George Langston on guitar. Sid Hausman & Washtub Jerry manage to get around a baritone ukulele, two tenor ukuleles, bones, harmonica, dobro, and a washtub bass to present this western swing album. They are regular performers at numerous Cowboy Gatherings and Folk Festivals across the nation. Together and separately they've covered a good deal of the world, US and Europe. Sid Hausman is a song writer and balladeer who blends folk and bluegrass into western music that reflects the essence of the west. He has been featured four times at the Edinburgh International Folk Festival in Scotland. Washtub Jerry spent the first dozen years of washtub bass playing in a closet listening to a radio (humans rejected him!) It was time well spent. Three decades later he was named the 1999 Instrumentalist of the Year by the Western Music Association. Oh, by the way, Washtub Jerry is one of the few who plays the washtub bass and a tenor ukulele simultaneously. You'll have to see it to believe it! Dubbed a Master Guitar Storyteller, listen to Sid's 4,000 Rooms! **We are tickled this album is selling so well and getting great reviews!**.