Since forming in 2011, Moonsville Collective have whipped up a raw, rootsy storm of Americana, driving each song forward with a mix of mandolin, banjo, slide guitar, drums, harmonica and fiddle. They play community music. The table is large — the group has seven members, after all, including two generations from the same family — and the harvest is plenty, with the band encouraging their fans to join the party and break bread with them. Born out of a string of old-time jam sessions and songwriting circles in Southern California, Moonsville Collective have held on to that communal spirit, making big-sounding music for a community that is continually growing.
The Whiskey Charmers original sound is hard to classify but falls into the realm of Country Noir/Gothic Americana with haunting melodies that tell stories of the open road, whiskey, and chasing a cure for incurable heartache.
Groundbreakers’ style is a little different from other current day bluegrass groups. Their style was born in smoky honky tonks and crowded bar rooms where you have play hard and holler loud. Even today most of the venues they play are that kind. The Groundbreakers’ sound is not far from 60’s bluegrass groups who worked in Baltimore and Detroit bars.
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