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The Travelin' Hillbillies / Press

“In addition to the barbecue competition, spectators will be treated to a couple of live concerts over the course of the two days. On Friday night, Harrisonburg’s own “The Travelin’ Hillbillies” will perform. Last year, the band covered the 90s classic “No Diggity,” so pinning down their style is difficult.”

Matt Gonzoles - DNR online

“We loved the band!!! Tri Delta”

“The Travelin' Hillbillies - Hailing from the Shenandoah Valley and composed of four super tight musicians, these boys have developed a style that is uniquely their own. The heart of the group is composed of three Garst brothers, while Daniel Barnett brings sweet soul with powerhouse vocals. You'll hear hints of blues, bluegrass, folk, and country with three part harmonies that have compared to groups such as "The Eagles" or "Crosby Stills and Nash."”

Rockingham County Fair

“The Travelin' Hillbillies are a group of unique and upcoming artists from Harrisonburg, VA. Don't let the name fool you, The Hillbillies perform a plethora of music genres, anything from americana and southern rock to blues and country.”

“I was at your show last night and heard you for the first time. You are all excellent musicians and entertaining players of your instruments. It is rare to see that level of mastery in bar entertainment. Your down-home demeanor and self confidence translates into a charisma that plays well to your fan base. The people that come see you now love what you are doing.”

Joe Wilson - Corgans Publik House

“Hey guys, Diggin’ your sound (especially Free).”

Craig Kleila - Rukkus.com

“Bill Crawford Are you f***ing kidding me? I spent the entire three days at Red Wing Roots Music Festival but didn't achieve mind=blown until the last night, by you cats! Holy Hell. The wife and I came all the way from East Liverpool, Ohio because we're big Steel Wheels fans, and still are, but you guys nearly made me piss my pants. And your CD is good, but doesn't do you justice. You're made to play live. When the stand-up bass player picked up the resonator for that jam, I may have had an out-of-body experience. Anyway, just wanted to let you know you knuckleheads were the highlight of my weekend, and I thank you for that!”

Mr. Crawford - Red Wing Roots