The Boxcars, the five-piece bluegrass supergroup that has been a concert and festival headliner since they hit the scene in 2009, have announced some big news for the start of the New Year.
According to mando man Adam Steffey, they have some new music coming out shortly, and have made a change with their booking representation.
“We have been working with Mike Drudge at Class Act Entertainment since the band’s inception 6 years ago. We are going to be switching over to Jim Roe with Roe Entertainment. Jim Roe has such a great reputation in the bluegrass world and we are looking forward to working together. We truly appreciate all Mike Drudge has done for our group and wish him all the best in the future.
It’s an exciting time for us now and we are getting ready for the release of our fourth album which will be coming out on the Mountain Home label. The title of the album is Familiar With The Ground, and we will be releasing a single very soon. More info will be coming as soon as we dial in the exact street date and single release day.”
Joining Steffey in the group are fellow founders Ron Stewart on banjo, Keith Garrett on guitar, and Harold Nixon on bass, with newest member Gary Hultman on reso-guitar.
You can keep an eye on The Boxcars online.