"All is Fair in Love and Bluegrass", so says the No Man's String Band with the release of their new album. The record is the result of three years of growth, lineup changes, and a band that celebrates tradition but is not constrained by it. "We wanted to record music that was undoubtedly bluegrass, entirely us, and completely approachable for lovers of traditional and original music" says mandolinist Nic Hentges. Formed in 2011 the No Man's String band has been hitting the road hard to bring you the bluegrass tradition and it's future. "No Man's String Band truly ventures into places no string band has been before. The group is tight, in tune and original, and possesses a unique voice." says Phil Nusbaum of 88.5 FM Bluegrass Saturday Morning. Their debut album, "Let The Truth Be Told" was released in 2013, they began hosting the bluegrass music series "Cuttin' Grass" in 2014 as well as were featured on a compilation released by Old Hand Record Company and in 2015 they were awarded Champions of the Minnesota Bluegrass and Old Time Music Association's Race For A Place band contest. Members of the No Man's String include Justin Rosckes on guitar, Melissa Hentges on accordion, Nic Hentges on mandolin, Lindsey Bordner on fiddle, and Pat Loftus on bass. Five friends who love to play bluegrass, hang out, and have a good time.
Dazzling audiences with precision picking and sharp harmonies developed over 8 years of playing, performing, and growing up together, these two sets of brothers have created a strong musical rapport with one another, which is channeled through their infectious original material. They have performed across 7 states and Canada, shared the stage with Garrison Keillor and Dr. Ralph Stanley. They are the winners of the 2008 MBOTMA Race For a Place band competition, and the members boast numerous awards and honors including state champion playing and singing. On the cusp of releasing their debut original album, here with us tonight/today, please welcome the Sawtooth Brothers!
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