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Wyndy Trail Travelers debut cd "Day by Day" released in 9/09 can be heard on the Wyndy Trail Travelers' myspace site and purchased on itunes and cdbaby.com. Look for the new CD "It's Pronounced 'wine-dee' " to be available soon.

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Wyndy Trail Travelers (pronounced 'wine-dee') write and perform music in styles ranging from newgrass to afro-cuban, traditional bluegrass to jamband as well jazz, funk, rock, folk and reggae. With their acoustic instrumentation, they travel along a musical trail that leaves one with the sense of wynding around various styles. Wyndy Trail Travelers remain focused on catering to a diverse group of music lovers that love to dance and have a good time. With their debut CD "Day by Day" in hand, they are well prepared to please the ears of the folks unfamiliar with the group hailing from the Piedmont-Triad area of North Carolina.
Wyndy Trail Travelers are lead by their resident singer-songwriter Bryan Bogenberger as he throws in some very well written, high energy songs on mandolin. Over the past decade, he has developed a style of his own through the influences of the late, great Bill Monroe,as well as, Sam Bush, Drew Emmitt, David Grisman, Ronnie McCoury, Tim O'brien and a number of other legendary mandoliners.
Tyson Morrow, a Berklee College of Music graduate, plays lead guitar and writes great instrumentals that borrow from styles from all over the globe.
Third generation “ban-jer” picker & South Asheville native,
Kendall Huntley, has lead such acts as Whispersholler
and Dirty Gondola through the Mountain Region. His progressive style is a unique blend of bluegrass, blues, rock, and country.
Slapping the upright bass like some funky priest , Court Wynter, a graduate of N.C School of the Arts, shows his classical and jazz influences in every song that comes his way.
Occasionally, other talented area musicians join the "Travelers" on stage for a couple of tunes and sometimes even an entire show.
Wyndy Trail Travelers have shared the stage with and opened for acts such as Ten Years After, Acoustic Syndicate, Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, Jason Michael Carroll, The Carter Brothers, The New Familiars, Yarn, and Possum Jenkins to name a few.