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Sounds Like: The Avett Brothers, Dawes, Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, Langhorne Slim
Bio: This story started in a basement in Kutztown, PA.
Over one inspired, turbulant summer home from the University of Pittsburgh, Nick decided it was time the world heard his stories. He wrote a collection of acoustic-based songs with the modest goal of sharing them with anyone who would listen....See Full Bio
“Four tracks of decent bluegrass music from the local four-piece. The band's uniqueness stems from its use of a cello as a fourth instrument (complementing the guitar, banjo and bass). The songs are well written; the cello is great when it augments the sound like a fiddle would, but when it plays bass lines, it seems a little redundant. The recording is a little underwhelming, which leads to some issues with vocals and general balance, but the talent underlying the album, along with the novel setup, indicates that this could be a band that goes far. Nice first EP.”
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