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Interview with Bart Herbison from NSAI
Take a look at our interview with Bart Herbison (Executive Director of Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) regardiing our new album "Give & Receive" out now: thedanberrys.bandcamp.com/album/give-and-receive. Stay until the end for a live duo performance!
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Frank Neumann"It all begins with a song" - hh - 👏

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Charles KerrDorotyDoo I'm proud of you!

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Matty HargroveKnew you when...

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Richard Duttonyou guys gonna make fletafest?

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Ramsey RoustomYesssir, most real thing I've seen in this town!! Xoxo

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The Danberrys shared Tangled String Studios's live video.

Tangled String Studios
Here's the live stream from our show last night at Tangled String Studios with Vanessa McGowan on dat upright bass. Such an awesome venue & crowd! Thank you for showing us the good times!
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We're LIVE with THE DANBERRYS

And she's back!! So excited to be playing a show tonight in Huntsville, AL with long lost bass player @vanessamcgowan. 💚💚 @tangledstringstudios is BEAUTIFUL y'all! Starts @ 8pm, doors 7:15. ... See MoreSee Less

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Huntsville!!!! Headed your way. Come and join us for an intimate performance at Tangled String Studios located in Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment. See ya'll real soon!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Bonnie LeeListening to your album right now!

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The Danberrys shared The Altamont Theatre's event.

Hello Asheville and Western NC friends! Our dear friend and banjo player Kyle Tuttle is kicking off his release tour tonight at The Altamont Theatre. He has a first class band and his new record is one that offers new experiences with every listen. Check it out!!
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An Evening with Kyle Tuttle - "Bobcat" CD Release Party - [bluegrass / acoustic]

Aug 18, 7:00pm

The Altamont Theatre

WHERE: The Altamont Theatre, 18 Church St., 28801 WHEN: Thursday August 18, 2016 DOORS: 7pm | SHOW: 8pm GENRE: bluegrass / acoustic AGES: all ages TICKETS: $7 adv. / $10 d.o.s. / $15 VIP SEATING: seated general admission WEB LISTING: thealtamonttheatre.com/event/Tuttle Kyle Tuttle: WEBSITE: www.kyletuttle.com HEAR SOME MUSIC: open.spotify.com/artist/4TA1bJ58eUSl5Qn8DP1L86 SEE A VIDEO: youtu.be/V3-0BeQ3c_o Nashville based banjoist Kyle Tuttle is one of the most exciting players and writers in the acoustic music world today. After years of working as a sideman, he has stepped into the spotlight with the release of a new banjo record ‘Bobcat’. Having studied with Tony Trischka, Bela Fleck, and Bill Keith, and played in many Bluegrass bands, he has a solid grasp on the techniques that create driving banjo music. Also having spent the formative years playing in Old Time and Punk Rock bands, Kyle’s sound is comprehensive and distinct. His unique brand of banjo playing has turned the heads of several great artists, allowing him to perform with Peter Rowan, Jim Lauderdale, Big & Rich, Hayseed Dixie, and the list goes on. “Precious few banjo players have both solid mastery of traditional Scruggs style and also the impulse and ability to make eclectic excursions using high-challenge techniques. On Bobcat, that combination creates a likeable “anything might happen” feeling that pulls the listener in. Kyle’s tone and execution are clean and attractive, and help sell his musical choices to the listener. In all, Bobcat is a welcome debut, introducing us to a banjo player who deserves our attention.” – Pete Wernick, of Hot Rize Kyle became the Australian National Banjo Champion in 2015. He aslo placed 2nd in the Walnut Valley Banjo Contest in 2015 and 2012, and 2nd in the MerleFest Banjo Contest in 2012. Growing up around Folk and Bluegrass, he has a strong appreciation for traditional American music. Kyle worked for three years in a band called “Here’s to the Long Haul” that was heavily involved with the grass-roots movement against Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining in the Southeastern States. Between protests, rallies, community meetings, and the occasional bar gig, the band was basically on full time tour for three years. In 2009 he left HTTLH to study music theory and composition at Berklee College of Music in Boston. While studying there he made strong connections with Tony Trischka, Bill Keith, Bela Fleck, John McGann, and David Newsam. After 2 years in school, Kyle relocated to Nashville, TN. In 2012, he was selected to participate in the Savannah Music festival’s Acoustic Music Seminar- a scholarship-based mentoring program with acoustic greats such as Mike Marshal, Chris Thile, and Edgar Meyer. As well as performing live, he also maintains an online teaching studio at KyleTuttle.com/lessons providing a very unique style of banjo instruction for advanced students. He also writes for The Banjo Newsletter.