Lost Mountain String Band

Lost Mountain String Band

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Susie is a fiddlin' and the boys are in her way!

Biography

In the spring of 2005 fellow musicians came together to form The LOST MOUNTAIN STRING BAND in Greeneville, Tennessee. Susan Laird Greineder, bass fiddler/vocalist, John Pruett, guitarist/vocalist, Rob Chittum spent evenings picking old time tunes on the banks of the Nolichucky River. The band soon took their music to local coffeehouses, festivals and private events. The Lost Mountain String Band is group that blends three part harmonies and old time picking to bring their own unique spin to traditional ballads, fiddle tunes and original compositions. Lost Mountain String Band has been influenced by the likes of Tommy Jarrell, Uncle Dave Macon, Ernest Tubb, Gillian Welch, They Might Be Giants, Cake, Jimmie Rodgers, just to name a few. The Lost mountain String band offers distinct flavor that is sure to please.

Set List

Traditional: Sally Ann, Angeline the Baker, Train 45, Say Darlin' Say, Hot Corn Cold Corn, Jordan Am a Hard Road to Travel, Brown Eyed Rabbitt, Little Liza Jane, Darlin' Corey, Groundhog, Bile Them Cabbage Down Baby Mine, the Coo Coo, Over in the Gloryland, plus many more.

Originals: Frog With Wings, Cooper Road, The Cruelest Words, On The Outside, Slim John, The Blackbird Song

Covers: Waterbound (Dirk Powell), Lucky Ball and Chain (They Might Be Giants), Speed of the Sound of Lonliness (John Prine), Hallelujah (Reeltime Travellers), No One Knows My Name (Gillian Welch), Two Blue Eyes (adapted from Webb Pierce/Wilburn Bros.).

Lost Mountain String Band has 2 - Hour long sets and more.