Rev. Matt & Brian shared their unique take on Americana, folk, blue grass and much more at the June 11, 2011 edition of Harvest Sessions.
Chatham County Line might be the only group you’ll hear claim to “wear out ties.” After over ten years of touring, the Raleigh, North Carolina natives have consistently approached their style of country/folk/bluegrass music with as much charisma and, more importantly, professionalism, as possible.
With a mammoth sound and the uncanny ability to breathe new life into acoustic music, Elephant Revival couldn’t have picked a better name to describe its blend of old and new world sounds.
When the history of the jam band is written, the Mosier Brothers, and its leader Rev. Jeff Mosier, will loom large as founding fathers.
Ever since Bill Monroe invented bluegrass some 65 years ago, the genre has undergone many changes, but contemporary bands like Curreykorn are still fully in touch with the original sound.
The Travelin' McCourys are the Led Zeppelin of bluegrass, and "Quicksburg Rendezvous" is their "Stairway."