More changes for Mountain Faith

Mountain FaithMountain Faith has announced a couple more changes to their touring configuration.

In addition to David Meyer who has recently taken Luke Dotson’s place on guitar, the band has brought in David’s younger brother, Jimmy Meyer, on second guitar. Chris Wright has also joined the group on drums and percussion.

Chris and the Meyers were already great friends of the McMahons (Summer on fiddle, Brayden on banjo, and Sam on bass) and mandolinist Cory Piatt, so they have folded in to the Mountain Faith family without missing a beat.

Jimmy commented that, “I’m excited to be around great musicians and to see lots of places I’ve never seen before!” and Chris said, “I’m excited to play with such talents friends of mine. Together, we make a sound that’s so unique and fun to play.”

The band has just kicked off their 2016 tour, which they are billing as the “I Live” tour. It really gets going in earnest after their appearance at SPBGMA in February.

Cory shared a few photos from their first concert of the year. They are going out with a high energy stage show reminiscent of their appearances on America’s Got Talent last summer.


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