Gibson Brothers and Friends – With A Little Help From My Friends.
A few weeks ago, a bunch of friends got together to play music in Nashville, under the guise of prepping for Delfest. No one knew it would turn into something so special. Members of Del McCoury Band, The Travelin McCourys, Gibson Brothers, Sierra Hull and Dre and the Collective told stories and sang songs, turning it into a family jam. There was even talk of taking the show on the road this winter. Each artist brought a song that they thought would be fun to do, and Leigh Gibson showed up with “With A Little Help From My Friends.” Just so happens two weeks ago was the 50-year anniversary of The Beatles Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club featuring this song.
Incidently the Gibson Brothers’ new album “In The Ground” has currently found it’s way to #2 on the Bluegrass Unlimited Chart. No doubt the Gibson Brothers hope to see it rise to an unprecedented 9th consecutive #1 spot.
Bluegrass Unlimited published a thorough review this June with a feature article on “In The Ground”.
In the world of brother harmonies, the Gibson Brothers have set the Gold Standard. – Bluegrass Unlimited.