He joins Joe Lurgio on mandolin, Dan Bordeau on guitar and Connor Smith on fiddle. All four Tall Pines share in the vocal chores.
Nick has taken taken advantage of the musical education opportunities in Beantown, having studied previously with Matt Glaser, Guy Van Duser, and Livingston Taylor. He also worked with the late John McGann, who found much to admire in DiSebastian’s musicianship.
“Nick’s fluid musical imagination is matched by a wonderfully solid and authentic grounding in traditional American music.”
Lurgio also speaks highly of their new hire…
“Nick adds a lot of personality to the group, from innovative arrangements to great harmony singing, we are really happy to have him on board and can’t wait for everyone to hear him with us.”
This newest iteration of Three Tall Pines will debut at the Greyfox Bluegrass Festival on July 19.