Cover photo by Mike Duncan
Volume 4, Issue 5
“Participating in a JAM program provides natural community engagement to students and their families.”
“We are still evolving and growing as a group, but we have found our own style and it really works for us.”
“Where is your home, and how does the music play into that?”
“You appreciate the good moments, accept your responsibility in the mistakes, and find peace.”
He believes in “doing what you love and staying at it.”
“There is a Laurel River, and when you cross the county line, there is a sign that says Laurel County Line.
Appalachian food culture is not only in the eating and sharing the food, but in preparing it together.
Influenced by all genres, “we try to weave all those things together.”
Hard hitting bluegrass music that loves tradition and experimentation.
“Our biggest goal and dream in our music right now would be to perform on the Grand Ole Opry.”
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