• LifeGate

    LifeGate brings a warm style that is mainly between country and bluegrass. Playing the classic hymns, some Christian music down through the decades, and their own original material. From lively to mellow, they bring five blending vocals and an arrangement

  • Two Whiskeys Shy

    Although rooted in traditional American bluegrass music, Two Whiskeys Shy cannot help but reflect the diverse musical tastes and varying musical journeys experienced by band members Manny, Conor and Kyle. The result is a modern representation of one of America's

  • Ashley Lewis & Legacy

    Receiving worldwide recognition for her music, Ashley Lewis and her band, Legacy, enthrall audiences across the country with fiery instrumentation and impassioned vocals. Known for her sparkling vocals and captivating mandolin performances, Ashley is also a profound songwriter, and evidence

  • The Reno Swing Set

    The Reno Swing Set of Reno NV, is an acoustic band playing their own style of Gypsy Jazz, Swing, Dawg Tunes, Bluegrass, Celtic and Western Swing. Each member brings years of experience performing and entertaining crowds of

  • High Lonesome

    Freshgrass! Chuck Sitero - Rhythm Guitar and vocals Kyle Jarrard - Banjo and vocals Lee Hiers - Resonator Guitar and vocals Dylan Smith - Lead guitar and vocals Thomas Eskew - Bass fiddle Michael Smith - Mandolin and vocals

  • Headin’ Home Bluegrass

    Headin' Home Bluegrass is a family band from Savannah, GA that provides bluegrass and bluegrass gospel music for festivals, church functions, fundraisers, receptions, and private events. We perform uplifting, family-style bluegrass from traditional favorites and toe-tapping instrumentals to exciting new

  • Hot Pickin 57s

    Hot Pickin 57s is Austin’s favorite band playing Bluegrass, Classic Country and Americana music. We're a 4-piece band with acoustic guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin and upright bass, along with lead and harmony vocals. We can also play as a trio

  • Hickory Hill

    "Forty years and counting..." serves as an exclamation mark on a bluegrass journey begun in 1979, with five young musicians searching for an avenue for their individual gifts, finding each other somewhat serendipitously and kindling a spirit that has brought