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Gangstagrass (w/support Rodney Brannigan)- Sat 19th November 2016

Gangstagrass (w/support Rodney Brannigan)- Sat 19th November 2016

 

Gangstagrass can be found ripping up stages and blowing minds wherever they appear. Their explosive live performances have created a buzz at the world famous SXSW, New York's CMJ and on tours across the USA. Now they are coming to Europe with emcees R-Son and Dolio! and we were unbelievably stoked that they came to the Byre.

The Gangstagrass sound reached a huge audience when Long Hard Time To Come became the theme tune for hit TV series, Justified, now in its fourth season. "There are a lot more people out there with Jay-Z and Johnny Cash on their ipod playlists than you think.” says Rench, mastermind behind the genre breaking sensation.

The same live bluegrass band approach was used to make Lightning On The Strings, Thunder On The Mic, a full length album with T.O.N.E-z, the emcee featured in the Justified theme song. The second album, Rappalachia, featured multiple rappers and country singers, laying the ground work for the 2014 release Broken Hearts & Stolen Money.

Having no desire to simply coast on the success of previous releases, Gangstagrass released their fifth official album, American Music, in April 2015.  Featuring a collection of standout original cuts and traditional fo9lk anthems - with a twist of course! - American Music once again finds the artists breaking new ground, while also playing tribute to their cast of American songwriting heros.

Click here to see Gangstagrass 'Long Hard Times To Come', theme tune from Justified, on YouTube

Click here to see Gangstagrass 'I Go Hard' on YouTube

 

Please note that tickets are transferable but non-refundable.