Exhibit Stage: Vaulting
Original Show Bill by Kelly Gilbert
Tune in to Woodshed Archive Wednesday, October 28th at 8pm and “you will find yourself tapping along to the sounds of the Mustache Brothers, a local treasure who perform a blend of modern and classic bluegrass. What started as a few local guys who just wanted to play some music has resulted in a full-fledged band with quite an established following. Music runs in Fred Berry Jr.’s blood. Growing up in a bluegrass family, the sounds of Tony Rice and Sam Bush resonated with Berry and eventually led to the forming of his band in 2012.
Beginning with a few gigs at Henry’s Bar and Grill on Devine Street, the band’s popularity has grown significantly in the past three years. Headlining regional festivals and big-ticket events, the Mustache Brothers have become a household name in Columbia. A couple of acoustic guitars, a mandolin, an upright base, and a fiddle player come together to bring you the cultural sounds of South Carolina bluegrass with a fresh mix of classics and contemporary favorites.” – Grace Salter
Fred Berry, Jr. – rhythm guitar, lead vocals
Jeremy Dearmon – lead guitar
Walker Daves – mandolin, vocals
Ammon Bowen – fiddle, vocals
Jeff Graves – bass
Kenny Martin – Pedal Guitarist
The Mustache Brothers Live from the Woodshed 2015-10-28 by Mustache Brothers is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at https://woodshedarchive.org/event/tmb2015-10-28/.