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Bluegrass Sibling Trio The Carmonas Headed for Raleigh

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The CarmonasNashville's Bluegrass Sibling Trio The Carmonas brought their energetic and uplifting performance to the 16th annual Americana Music Festival in downtown Nashville on Saturday, September 19th at the Musicians Corner showcase at Centennial Park. Prior to that, the band headlined a hometown show at 3rd & Lindsely on Tuesday, August 11th at 8pm. Their debut self-titled album is out now and available on iTunes and via their website. They’re tapped to perform at next month’s IBMA’s in Raleigh, NC.

The group takes their brand of roots based country and bluegrass and combines it with elements of folk to create a sound that is both unique and intriguing; all of which are on display during their live performances.

Made up of sibling trio Alison (vocals), Aaron (vocals) and Chad (guitarist), The Carmonas blend a wide range of musical styles into a cohesive, original toe tapping, finger snapping sound. With fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo, and upright bass, the expectation of a traditional bluegrass sound is much more complex and compelling.

With added members Willie Huston (banjo) and Chris Hancock (upright bass), their energetic and thumping live shows have earned them supporting performances with the likes of Emmylou Harris, the Blind Boys of Alabama, Marty Stuart and Band of Heathens as well as a performance for soldiers overseas.

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