The sound of the award-winning group Town Mountain can best be described as traditional bluegrass, albeit with a rough-hewn side to it that is not too slick or glossy. They are a band of the here-and-now, yet they have a groove that is based on the bluesy and swinging sounds explored by the first generational bluegrass pioneers of the last century. With the success of their latest album, Leave the Bottle, the word is out with some of their best reviews yet. The Barefoot Movement, award winners at the 2013 Telluride Bluegrass Festival, draws from styles of bluegrass, folk, acoustic rock and Americana. With original songs, impressive instrumentation, and interweaving harmonies, this band converges old and new into a style all its own. [Del Mar Times] Bottom Dollar String Band is cutting a new path in contemporary bluegrass music. Entertaining audiences of all ages since 2011 they are earning a reputation for fusing old time instrumentals with contemporary bluegrass and beyond!Tickets Save
"The Barefoot Movement is a group that embodies all the things that I love about what is referred to as "traditional" music. On their CD entitled "Footwork" - Noah Wall, Quentin Acres, and Tommy Norris take the listener beyond the standard ideas and arrangement designs. They are both great players, singers AND arrangers of ORIGINAL songs. With ten of the twelve songs being originals, they know the importance of having and building an identity of their own. And it's these original songs and the way that they have arranged and delivered these tunes that really captures your attention and keeps you wanting more."