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Songs about drinkin', hurtin, livin', and lovin'. Good time pickin' with a whiskey bent feelin'. This is the standard you get with The Enablers, Nashville's premier ruckus ensemble. Drawing their influence from bluegrass, old time string band, and a little outlaw country, and rounding it off with a rock n roll attitude. If you like a mighty lively and colorful cast of character serving up some high energy music, these are the folks to bring it.
The group was formed by Nashville's own Jeff Collett (bass/vocals) and Chris McElroy ( guitar/vocals). The Music City natives dug up Collin Petersen (mandolin), Carl Roberts III (washboard/percussion), John Holland (banjo), and Anna Holland (vocals..no relation), out of the creeks and hollers all the way from Arkansas to Virginia to complete the line up.
Their arsenal of songs include original material, bluegrass standards, and non traditional songs with their own brand of old timey sauce put on em.