I’m With the Band host Andrew Moose welcomes Eric Horrocks and Lance Thomas from South Hill Banks to the podcast. SHB have carved a niche for themselves with their jam infused bluegrass sound. Formed in August 2015 in Richmond, Virginia, SHB pulls from a wide range of influences such as classic rock, jam, blues, to traditional bluegrass to keep audiences entertained with a blend of sounds old and new.
Get your front row ticket to interviews and jam sessions with up and coming bands and talent on the show “I’m With the Band”. Local flair, raw talent, and a passion for music are what our guests bring to the table. Get a sneak peak of a performance and find out what really motivates them for success in the music industry. Follow along as we bring you the artists you want to hear… ’cause everyone has a little “groupie” in them.
I’m With the Band host Andrew Moose welcomes Silas Durocher of The Get Right Band to the podcast. The Get Right Band has recently released their new album, “Itchy Soul”. Silas and Moose talk songwriting, festivals, and the process that went into recording the new album.
Host Andrew Moose welcomes DownTown Abby & The Echoes to I’m With the Band. Built around a powerful voice and hard-driving rock ‘n’ soul rhythm section, Asheville, NC’s DownTown Abby & The Echoes has begun to secure a foothold in the Southeast music scene.
I’m With the Band host Andrew Moose welcomes Hank Smith and Pattie Hopkins of Hank, Pattie & The Current to the podcast. to the podcast. Hank and Pattie take bluegrass and infuse it with their own flair, drawing from a melting pot of styles including classical and Motown, which adds up to an authentic and unique reflection of American music.
I’m With the Band host Andrew Moose welcomes Unspoken Tradition to the podcast. Unspoken Tradition is about new, original Bluegrass. Inspired by their own influences and the roots of traditional music, they bring a sound that is both impassioned and nostalgic, hard-driving but sincere. Playing some of the most iconic festivals and venues including Merlefest and the Station Inn they are making their presence known in the Bluegrass world. “Myths We Tell Our Young”, UT most recent album has charted hits on Billboard and Bluegrass Today.
This episode of I’m with the Band features western North Carolina’s own, Justin Clyde Williams. JCW brings to the podcast his one of a kind perspective on music and the industry. His new album “Preamble” is now available for purchase at all of his live shows and streaming on all platforms.
On this episode of I’m with the Band, host Andrew Moose welcomes Americana stalwarts Bob Sinclair and The Big Deals to the MESH studio. The band plays three of their original songs and discusses their history and their methods of songwriting.
Tony Eltora, supporting his soon to be released album Virginia, joins host Andrew Moose on this episode of I’m with the Band. The two discuss his time writing and recording the songs for the album, as well as some of Tony’s own personal struggles and triumphs. For details about the album release and to keep up to date with Tony Eltora at tonyeltora.com.
Abigail makes her hosting debut on the Mesh, sitting down with Bandits on the Run, a three-piece band from Brooklyn, NY who can be described as a nostalgic, and even mystical experience. Sydney Shepherd, who sings and plays the cello as one of the Bandits, last joined us 3 years ago as a solo artist. Sit back and let the Bandits on the Run steal you away for a while.
Moose and Abigail sat down on location with the members of Porch 40 before their performance at Granite Falls Brewing. Puling influences from an array of genres, Porch 40, from Cullowhee, NC has a rapidly growing fanbase and are currently touring the southeast supporting their new album “Spread it Heavy”.