The Grascals’ newest album, Before Breakfast is now available.
This album is heating up the charts and lighting a media fire. Fans can buy the Mountain Home Music Company offering from a variety of online offerings while radio presenters can access the new music via AirPlay Direct.
The Roots Music Report’s Top 50 Bluegrass Album Chart shows tha Before Breakfast holding the #6 slot, while their hot-as-fire new single, Sleepin’ With The Reaper jumps to #10 on the Bluegrass Today Weekly Chart.
Theis album release finds the award-winning Bluegrassers at a career high point vocally and musically, and reviewers are hailing the band’s energy, focus and distinctive sound. Roots Music Report calls the album “all-around superb,” while Nuts About Country notes the disc is “vibrant … an absolutely delightful breath of fresh air.” Midwest Record Recap dubs the project “killer stuff” and adds that it’s “sure to make new Bluegrass fans,” and Country Music People’s David Allan declares the project has “twelve exhilarating tracks.” Additional reviews can be found in Terre Haute Tribune Star, Bluegrass Notes, Exclaim!, Digital Journal, Roughstock, Music Matters Magazine and Stacy’s Music Row Report.
The group features founders Terry Eldredge on lead vocals and guitar, Terry Smith on lead vocals, bass and Danny Roberts on mandolin, Kristin Scott Benson on banjo, Adam Haynes on fiddle and John Bryan on lead vocals and guitar.
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Timely yet timeless, The Grascals deliver cutting-edge Bluegrass that is entirely relevant to the here and now, yet grounded in a deep knowledge of, and admiration for, the work of the music’s founding fathers. It’s a unique sound that has earned the group three Grammy nominations and two Entertainer of the Year awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association, as well as a level of national media attention that seems to perpetually elude acts from various niche genres.
High-profile television appearances include The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Fox & Friends, The Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and CBS’ The
Talk. The bastions of Country and Bluegrass continue to welcome them, as evidenced by 150-plus performances on the Grand Ole Opry. Additional honours include President Barack Obama’s Inaugural Ball at the Smithsonian and two performances for President George W. Bush.