Chris Henry has ambitious plans for the summer of 2012. He and his group, The Hardcore Grass, intend to record three albums in Nashville over the next few months.
As he explains in his Kickstarter video below, they will cut one project of original material, one of Gospel favorites and another of bluegrass standards.
Hardcore Grass is one of those bands formed from Nashville-area musicians to perform in town during the week when touring bands were dormant. Chris is on mandolin, and has Mike Bub on bass, Chris Hill on banjo, Shad Cobb on fiddle and Scott Simontacchi on guitar.
If you’d like to help fund these three records, visit Henry’s Kickstarter page and make a pledge.
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