The Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet have announced their newest member. Alabamian Jesse Turner has stepped into the guitar spot recently vacated by Kevin Williamson, who left the group to develop his family band.
Turner is an experienced sideman and session player, who is comfortable on any of the bluegrass instruments. Upon accepting his new role, he remarked:
“The Farm Hands are a class act and I’m so happy to be part of such a great group.”
Reso-guitarist Tim Graves says that all the guys are delighted with their new fourth.
“We’re really happy to have Jesse join us. He’s talented on so many levels. He’s going to be a great fit with us.
Jesse gives us some new options musically that we are looking forward to exploring.”
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