Andy Buckner will be performing LIVE with Monroeville at Ol' Smoky Tennessee Moonshine in Gatlinburg, TN on Friday January 16th! The show will start at 5:00pm. This is a FREE event. For more information contact Ol' Smoky Tennessee Moonshine at (865)436-6995.
Performing the National Anthem for the UT vs Alabama men's basketball game
Benefit Concert for the International Bluegrass Museum in Owensboro, KY
Monroeville will be performing at 20 schools over two weeks in the Owensboro, KY area for the International Bluegrass Museum!
Monroeville with the Broad Hollow Band
Sounds Like: Keith Urban, Maroon 5, Hunter Hayes, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Alison Krauss
Label: firstname.lastname@example.org, Monroeville Records
Manager: Sheri Clark
Bio: Embracing a crossover sound between progressive bluegrass and acoustic country, Monroeville has caught the attention of music lovers on both sides of the tracks.
Bursting onto the scene in 2010, the band is on the fast track to success. The energy, interplay and synchronicity they possess are c...See Full Bio
“Award-winning and well-traveled Newport, Tenn.-based Monroeville likes to boast that its members (ages 22 to 33) offer a combined 120 years of bluegrass expertise; no need for such bravado. One listen to single “Be Natural” and you’ll feel like you’re surrounded by the comfort of a band of musicians you’ve embraced for years. Yep, it’s that good. Commandeered by founder, songwriter & lead singer Matt Munsey, the track opens simply enough with acoustic guitars, before combusting into a mélange of wonderous full-bodied instrumentation and tempo that will have listeners slapping knees, tapping toes and nodding in unison. And then there’s wonderous positivity in the song’s lyric: “Stay true to who you are, keep following your star, in everything you do give it your best….Be natural.” The song comes from Monroeville’s first full-length 12-song project “Can’t Put Me Out.” If the rest is as good as this, then we’re talking about a mighty”
Ask Monroeville anything...
Q: Do you all play any Bluegrass festivals? I really like your sound.
A: We do occasionally. Festivals are a lot of fun to play at times and can have great crowds. Check out our schedule at www.monroevilleband.com/tour-dates for more info about our shows.
Asked by Shane Alan Swaim. Answered on Wed Jul 04 2012All Questions