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The Littlest Birds

The Littlest Birds

Americana / Old Time / Bluegrass Laramie, WY  US
Reuben's Train (Live & Lucky version)
Drifting (Live & Lucky)
Say Darlin' Say (Live & Lucky)
Boys Em Buzzards Flyin'



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  • Chuck Brunicardi (Artist)
    Chuck Brunicardi
    "Drifting" drawn to your brand of authentic Americana The Littlest Birds. LA best wishes.
  • Rock of Ages (Artist)
    Rock of Ages
    Heard you here on Tastemaker and instantly became a fan. We hit up your other social media sites as well. Thanks for the great music!
  • the barefoot band (Artist)
    the barefoot band
    o lord gawd almighty, what a great sound. love love love this!
  • Juniper and Gin (Artist)
    Juniper and Gin
    Really looking forward to seeing you both next week here in Bend!
  • Laura Hisrich (Fan)
    Laura Hisrich
    Just saw them at The First National Taphouse in Eugene with the new band Butterchuck. Both were adorable and great musicians!
  • Spooner Well (Artist)
    Spooner Well
    Great stuff!


  • The Littlest Birds at Falls Creek Ranch
  • The Littlest Birds at Asana Teas and Cafe in Santa Cruz, photo by David Smith - http://dustybermshot


Sounds Like: Gillian Welch, Carolina Chocolate Drops, The Civil Wars

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“Boasting a bit of a world’s collide aesthetic, the Littlest Birds is a musical duo built around a cello and a banjo. That’s all. But, who needs anything else when you sound as good as these two do. Comprising Sharon Martinson on clawhammer banjo and David Huebner on cello, the Littlest Birds play folk and Americana songs, but both Martinson and Huebner have backgrounds in classical music which adds a polish and compositional depth to their sound. Hailing from the eastern Sierras, the two are veterans of the road, having played in 34 states and appearing at a growing number of festivals and radio shows. On Saturday, they perform at the Abbey.”

— CJ, Good Times, Santa Cruz