A new album from Larry Cordle is always cause for celebration, but Pud Marcum’s Hangin’ is especially welcome — for somewhat surprisingly, it marks his first set composed entirely of originals. In this case, it features mostly co-writes with friends old and new. Though some are linked thematically — there’s a collection of stories about crime and retribution that includes a dandy title track featuring harmonies from Del McCoury — there’s a good range of moods and subjects, and as you might expect, the material’s expertly delivered by Cordle and his friends. Bluegrass purists may be aghast at how little banjo appears on the project, but there’ll be plenty of it from band member Jody King at tonight’s show — not to mention the usual great support from the rest of Lonesome Standard Time, including under-appreciated dobro master Kim Gardner. Keep an eye out for “Hello, My Name Is Coal” co-writer Jenee Fleenor guesting on fiddle and vocals too; she’s a dandy.