"46 and Raleigh" was performed and recorded by Ryan Hutchens in May and July 2015 in a home at the intersection of 46th Avenue and Raleigh Street in Denver Colorado. It was released online via the Post Echo record label on August 15, 2015. "Fences" "Fake Flowers and the Weather" "Education" and "Keep Waiting" are original songs written by Ryan Hutchens. All other songs on the album are covers, mostly of american traditional, bluegrass, and gospel tunes. E.P. Hutchens contributed Banjo to "If We Never Meet Again" "Stand By Me" and "Mountain Dew".