Rattle Them Bones video from Swift Creek

Central North Carolina’s Swift Creek is working away in the studio, completing Magnolia, their second album of original bluegrass and Americana music, primarily written by their guitarist, Kevin Brown.

But even before the album is finished, the band has released a music video for one of the songs, Rattle Them Bones. It finds Swift Creek at The Rubber Room in Chapel Hill, where they’ve been recording of late, performing this eerie song that references the dark arts.


Joining Kevin are Casey Elder on mandolin and reso-guitar, Ann Searcy on vocals, Dennis Hoyle on bass, and Steve Fraleigh on fiddle.

Look for Magnolia to hit on March 4. Keep an eye on the band web site for further details.

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