Kentucky’s Wolfpen Branch has a first single to share from their initial recording sessions. The band is the result of the mingling of members from a number of popular modern bluegrass groups – The Wooks, 23 String Band, NewTown – with a fresh sound based on original music.
Their first release to radio is titled Don’t Have A Clue, written and sung by mandolinist Chris Shouse. It’s structured as a jamgrass style anthem, and tells of a man drifting through life realizing that he ‘don’t have a clue.’
Shouse is supported by bandmates Arthur Hancock IV on guitar, Aaron Bibelhauser on banjo, Kati Penn on fiddle, and Roddy Puckett on bass.
Here’s a taste…
Don’t Have A Clue is available now to bluegrass radio via AirPlay Direct. The single will be on the popular download and streaming sites on April 2.