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The Bridgebuilders

Rank #39 US Medford, MA Folk / Roots / Art Rock

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Sounds Like: Punch Brothers, Mumford and Sons, Ashley MacIsaac, Yes

Manager: self-managed

Bio: The Bridgebuilders are part of a new wave of folk-inspired musicians putting their own stamp on traditional styles. The five original members formed together in 2007 with a shared desire to interpret traditional Celtic and American folk music in their own unique style, and quickly began peforming... See Full Bio

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We're the 286,423th most famous band on the planet! www.reverbnation.com/thebridgebuilders

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The plan for the next two m...
Jun 27, 2012
We are planning on releasing our "Love in Vain EP" this August! The songs will b... [more]
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  • Lydia and Phil (Artist) Lydia and Phil
    What an exciting, strong and moving style! Just keep going for it!!! Outstanding!!
  • Mike Davidson Recording (Artist) Mike Davidson Recording
    Hi Guys! Just writing to make sure you know about our Songwriter Contest. The winner gets a free preproduction session here at our studio. Follow this link to submit you...
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Q: Who writes all the songs?
A: Every member has written parts of every song. One of us will bring a small idea, often 3 or 4 chords and an idea of where it should go, and a small group of us (between 2 and 4 of us) will develop those ideas until they're hammered into something worth showing the rest of the band, at which point we develop it into a stage-worthy song!

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  • Song Plays 116

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  • Total Fans 1,314

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