The Midnight Ramblers

The Midnight Ramblers


Bluegrass/traditional country at its best. Band members age range from 19-25. Young energetic group that keeps the crowd on the edge of their seat..what will they do next? We take pride in the way we dress...dressed for success!! Together with each their own unique quality form an AWESOME sound!!


The Midnight Ramblers got its humble beginning approximately three years ago and has since added accomplishment after accomplishments. Austin Boggs, the founding member, starting by playing on a local radio show in Southwest Virginia. The band has constantly expanded its horizons into the eastern and mid-west part of the United States and in 2009 will tour the UK. No matter how big or small the show and how far they roam from home, Abram Mullins, Austin Boggs, Alex Hibbitts, and Daniel Salyer always gives their all to each and every show. Through their enthusiasm, hard work, God-given talent, and awesome stage presence that belies their youth, the Midnight Ramblers have a true ability to captivate audiences everywhere they go. The young group’s combination of outstanding music and vocal skills leaves audiences with long-lasting memories that provides promise of a prosperous future.
Their latest CD was produced by Tim Stafford from Blue Highway and came out on Lonesome Records was recorded at Maggard Studio in Big Stone Gap, VA. You can view the review of the Cd in the October issue of Bluegrass Unlimited or go to Some of their influences include Ralph Stanley, Larry Sparks, Blue Highway, Ernie Thacker, and George Jones just to name a few. This young group takes pride in the way they dress. They are a "Reflection of the past through the eyes of the future".


The first CD was released in 2007 "When The Fog Rolls In". There second CD was released in March 2008 on Lonesome Records and was produced by Tim Stafford of Blue Highway. Three of the 12 songs were orginal Midnight Ramblers songs. They also chose "Somewhere Down the Road", "Hanging Tree", "Green Pastures", "Cold Virginia Rain", "As Steady As the Rain", "I've Just Seen the Rock of Ages", "Miner's Song", "Reuben", and "Sittin on Top of the World". You can check out the review of the new cd in the October issue of Bluegrass Unlimited. You can can listen to current tracks @ or see videos on Ramblers Bluegrass as keywords).

Set List

We typical do two 45 min shows in one day. Our set list mainly contains the songs off our new CD as well as several songs off our first CD. We research the crowds where we will be playing to see if they like fast, slow, traditional songs. Covers we do 20-30 minute shows.