• The Way These Things Go – FY5

    FY5 make a clear case for the fact that subtlety and finesse can go hand in hand, especially when it comes to making music that aims to make a lingering impression. It’s an instinct that’s clearly paid off well; named

  • White Colored Pencil video from FY5

    Colorado's FY5 has released a music video, a lovely animated feature for White Colored Pencil, the opening track of their brand new album, The Way These Things Go. It's a deeply personal song from guitarist Mike Finders, which describes writing a

  • Charlie Schumacher video from FY5

    FY5 from Colorado has released a new video, a live performance of a song from their upcoming album called Charlie Schumacher. The quintet, formerly known as Finders & Youngberg, performs and records original music written within the band, primarily from guitarist

  • Eat the Moon – FY5

    The group known as Finnders & Youngberg not only has a new album out, but also a new name. On Eat the Moon, their recent release from Swing Fingers Records, the group labels themselves as FY5, a name that perhaps

  • Welcome Ophelia Youngberg

    Erin and Aaron Youngberg, 3/5 of Colorado's Finnders & Youngberg, are celebrating the birth of their second daughter, Ophelia Rose, born at home on the evening of February 19. She came in at 8 lbs, 9 oz and Erin tells us

  • Finnders & Youngberg – review

    Last month we wrote about young bands who developed their musicianship in the bluegrass realm, only to apply the instrumental technique and sense of harmony and rhythm to original songs that are equally influenced by modern pop music. The point

  • Welcome Ramona Lynn Youngberg

    Erin and Aaron Youngberg, two fifths of Finnders and Youngberg, are celebrating the birth of a new bluegrass baby. Ramona Lynn Youngberg was born in Fort Collins, CO on Friday October 28th at 2:56 p.m. (MDT). She weighed in at 8

  • Finnders and Youngberg

    There is a lot of bluegrass-style music coming out of Colorado these days, a tradition that seems to have started back in the early 90's with Leftover Salmon, followed by the String Cheese Incident. Yonder Mountain String Band 'tied the room together' (ala