Song of the Mountains incorporates both traditional and contemporary performance styles in featuring old-time and bluegrass music from the region's brightest stars. It showcases talented musicians, musical heritage, and culture of the Southern Appalachians.
The Red Rocking Chair band blends Americana, folk, bluegrass, Honky Tonk, swing, and county music in an acoustic format. In the midst of their twelfth year, this band continues a Tuesday night tradition at Charlotte, NC's popular neighborhood pub, The Comet Grill, and features some of the area's most prominent and award-winning multi-instrumentalists. Collectively, Red Rocking Chair has played venues and festivals across the USA & Europe.
Fish Fisher is an award winning songwriter and singer. Born in Toledo & based out of Gatlinburg, he regularly plays his special blend of original Americana & Outlaw-Country music traveling thru his 'Rust-belt to Coal-belt' road-tour scouring a giant triangle-shaped area from the Smokies to Detroit to Nashville & back. Fish customizes most of his travels with a heavy focus on the Appalachian areas of the nation but performs all over too.
He also co-writes for & with many notable other artists & enjoys teaching songwriter workshops & hosting songwriting retreats. Fish’s newest album Songs Of The Smokies releases in 2021 available at all Gatlinburg venues as well as all major streaming platforms.
The Wildmans come from Floyd, Virginia, a one stop light town in the heart of Appalachia. Siblings Eli Wildman (Guitar, Mandolin) and Aila Wildman (Fiddle), are accompanied by Victor Furtado (Banjo). With sweet brother sister harmonies, The Wildmans seek to bring the mountain music tradition forward with their originality and passion. All three are currently enrolled at Berklee College of Music in Boston, and the band is writing for their second album with Travianna Records.
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