The South Carolina Broadcasters

Mount Airy, NC
Americana / Old-Time / Bluegrass
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 Hey Y'all, it's been a busy Spring and Summer so far, and it's just going to get busier. We had such a great time on our trip up North, but are happy to be home and focused on shows in the (finally) Sunny Southland. This weekend you can catch us near Asheville at Fletcher Feed & Seed. This is one of our all time favorite venues and we're happy to return. On Saturday we'll be at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro, NC with the Honey Dewdrops. This show may well sell out, so get your tickets now! $12/advance, $16/door This promises to be a great evening of music. 


We had the great privilege and fortune to spend an evening with Dr. Ralph Stanley this past weekend while at a benefit show for "Song of the Mountains." We got to talk, sing, play, and hangout with him and his very talented grandosn, Nathan, in the dressing room for a couple hours before the show. It was just a great experience and a memory we'll treasure getting to meet such an important figure in the world of traditional music. Sarah and I jumped to the occasion and played a signature Stanley Brothers tune,  "Little Birdie" for them. 


Hope to see y'all on down the road.


Ivy, Sarah, David

The South Carolina Broadcasters


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"I'd like to think that if AP Carter had had more time to think about it and work things out, the Carter Family would have been singing like the Broadcasters."  Tim O'Brien

"The Broadcasters tour constantly through the Southeast. And with each release, they become tighter, somehow closer to reaching the heart of the music they obviously love. The harmonies are crisp. The playing is tight. The music is raw and raucous, heartfelt and beautiful. They are the South Carolina Broadcasters, and they are what is great about old time music."  Dan Schram, Hopscotch Music Fest

"The South Carolina Broadcasters are about as perfect an old-time trio as you’ll ever hear. And “Short Time to Stay Here” is a brilliant recording, with instruments providing luxuriant atmospheres for the trio’s riveting lead and harmony singing. "  Jack Bernhardt, Raleigh News & Observer


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