• Taproot – Three Tall Pines

    As long as there has been bluegrass music, musicians have been reinventing older songs. With their latest release, Taproot, Massachusetts-based quartet Three Tall Pines offers their takes on instantly-recognizable classics made famous by Bill Monroe, The Stanley Brothers, and other

  • Taproot from Three Tall Pines

    Three Tall Pines, a New England-based folk and bluegrass quartet, has announced a March release for their next CD, Taproot. This album marks something of a departure from the band, as their two prior projects focused on original music written within

  • Joe Lurgio to IBMA

    The International Bluegrass Music Association has announced that Joe Lurgio will take on the responsibilities of Member Services & Convention Services Director on June 6. Joe is making the move to Nashville from his home in Boston to assume this new

  • Tire Chains video from Three Tall Pines

    From Boston's Three Tall Pines comes a new music video, shot live in the campground at this summer's Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in New York. Tire Chains is among the songs included on their most recent album, All That's Left, released in 2011,

  • Going To Grey Fox – Three Tall Pines

    Folks in the northeast are making preparations now for this weekend's big Grey Fox festival in Oak Hill, NY. Among that number are the guys in Three Tall Pines, who recently created a music video for a song they wrote about the

  • Nick DiSebastian to Three Tall Pines

    Boston's Three Tall Pines has announced that bassist Nick DiSebastian has joined the group. 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

  • Black Sunday Blues from Three Tall Pines

    New England alt-grassers Three Tall Pines have released a video for Black Sunday Blues, a band original from their current All That's Left album. The guys describe this as a classic dustbowl song, and the video captures them performing it live

  • All That’s Left from Three Tall Pines

    In order to write and perform music featuring Appalachian subjects, one does not have to have a rural heritage, as proven by the members of Massachusetts-based band Three Tall Pines. Their latest release, All That’s Left, relies heavily on images

  • Three Tall Pines

    Boston area quartet Three Tall Pines, has just released their second project entitled All That’s Left. It was produced by Avi Salloway and Charlie Rose. They have also enlisted the help of  their friends from Della Mae, Hey Mama, Billy