Flatland Harmony Experiment

Flatland Harmony Experiment

 Noblesville, Indiana, USA

Flatland Harmony Experiment is an exciting new band that plays a mixture of Bluegrass, Blues, Americana, Roots, Reggae, Folk, Rock and Jazz in an all acoustic format that we like to call “nügrass”. Drawing influences from a number of diverse styles, Flatland Harmony Experiment performs from a large library of original and eclectic cover material. Flatland Harmony Experiment is Scott Nelson on upright bass, Kris Potts on Mandolin, Johnny Plott on Banjo, Harvey Mosteller on Guitar, and Craig Stins


Formed at a bluegrass jam in the summer of 2011, the Flatland Harmony Experiment found immediate personal and musical chemistry in the wide open air. They found that they were able to create immediate three part vocal harmony in those steamy nights and set off on the journey of a lifetime. Within one week of it's formation the band was booked at three regional festivals and was approached by a local studio to record an EP. Songwriting came easy to the boys and within a few weeks and all original eight song EP was recorded, mixed and released. The band's first gig was on the historic main stage at Bill Monroe's Beanblossom Music Park in Beanblossom, IN. The band has begun to travel the midwest to share the music they so dearly love and are rapidly gaining a loyal following. Each performance is fundamentally rooted in instrumental and vocal virtuosity. You don't want to miss these guys!


EP 2011 "11th Hour" recorded, mixed and mastered at Minor Prophet Studios. Produced by Eddie Prather and the Flatland Harmony Experiment