Out of the heart of the Allegheny mountains, comes a high energy, good timin', pistol packin bluegrass band called "Mama Corn". Renowned for their unique, down home, fun loving sound, this band has quickly grown from the seeds of old time, acoustic, mountain jam sessions, to the forefront of Pennsylvania's bluegrass scene. Featuring explosive fretboard fireworks, tight vocal harmony, and undeniable chemistry, this band has captured the interest of a new generation of listeners by adhering to a no rules attitude. Mama Corn connects to audiences through their ability to push the parameters of the genre, while adhering to the traditions of the music. Formed in late 2006-early 2007, Mama Corn quickly hit the nightclub scene and began playing bluegrass festivals in the “westsylvania” region. Making an immediate impact, a studio EP was recorded in late 2007, which has been widely distributed by fans, and is played on radio and podcast shows all over the US and the world. Working tirelessly for the next few years to hone their craft, Mama Corns' legend grew, as did their legion of fiercly dedicated fans. Feeding off the momentum of barn burnin' live shows, an incredible street buzz, as well as modern social media tools, Mama Corn has enjoyed continued upward success at break neck speed, which shows no signs of slowing down. This freight train named Mama Corn has been honored with opportunity after opportunity to share the stage with such world class talent as, Rhonda Vincent, Drew Emmett, Del McCoury, Railroad Earth, Kenny and Amanda Smith, Old Crow Medicine Show, James King, Yonder Mountain String Band, Larry Keel, and many more. In addition to a busy touring schedule, Mama Corn is currently enjoying the initial success of their first studio album, which has been met with great success, and is in the planning stages for their second studio effort. The sky is the limit for this promising group of highly talented and entertaining musicians. Don't miss your chance for some fresh, hand picked, appalachian bluegrass from Mama Corn.