Moonstruck Signs Sleepy Man Banjo Boys

by | 24 Aug, 2012

Moonstruck Management has announced that they have signed Sleepy Man Banjo Boys for exclusive booking and management representation. Brothers Jonny, Robbie, and Tommy Mizzone became a viral sensation last winter sparking a whirlwind year that included performances on The Late Show with David Letterman, NBC’s Today Show, The Grand Ole Opry and many more.

Earlier this year, Sleepy Man Banjo Boys independently released and distributed their album, “America’s Music” that debuted at #8 on the Billboard Bluegrass Album Chart.  The album garnered strong digital sales, national radio spins, and a flourishing audience of over 10 million YouTube videos hits.

Fans have certainly rallied around the group again by helping them reach their Kickstarter Campaign goal two days ago that will help fund their upcoming album, “The Farthest Horizon” set for release later this year.

We are so excited to be able to add the Sleepy Man Banjo Boys to the Moonstruck Management roster.  It is a wonderful scenario to be able to sign and work with a group that you were fans of before. The excitement surrounding the boys and their talent has garnered such great media attention and a broad fan base in a very short time. With our progressive vision at Moonstruck, and the SMBB possibilities, it just seemed like a natural and exciting combination –  Josh Trivett, Moonstruck Management.

The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys are now on tour with upcoming performances at the Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival on 1st September, IBMA FanFest in Nashville on 29th September, Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival on 6th October, and at the “Tim Janis The American Christmas Carol” concert at Carnegie Hall on 30th November, benefiting Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation.


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More on Moonstruck Management:

Moonstruck Management is a modern music management company that focuses on the country and bluegrass music business, incorporating artist development, management, growth, and booking into one controlled business. Peter Keiser comes from a very successful and forward-thinking background as Vice President of Marketing for the famed restaurant chain Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. During his tenure there, Keiser grew an extremely creative and thriving music program, showcasing artists through co-branded products that were marketed and sold only at the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. Josh Trivett comes from outside the music industry with a background of 13 years in professional golf as a Tour player, National Spokesperson and Senior Vice President of Tour Operations at two different successful golf club companies. After his departure from the golf industry, Trivett stepped into the music business by managing famed bluegrass legend Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, resulting in increased visibility of bluegrass music to audiences worldwide.