Scenic Roots Uses Dulcimer for Unique Sound!

While we were in Nashville for the 2011 IBMA World of Bluegrass Conference, we were introduced by Carolyn and Daniel Routh of Nu-Blu to two delightful young ladies who perform as Scenic Roots.

Scenic Roots is a sister duo which combines old-time mountain melodies, bluegrass drive, Irish traditions, and down-home humor. They will take you on a scenic journey as they weave their many musical influences together to create a unique blend of roots music. You’ll feel like you’ve gone back in time to the days when folks gathered on front porches to play and sing together.

The ladies have provided us with a copy of their debut video which accompanies their new single released this fall.

Older sister Erin plays the mountain dulcimer and younger sister Amber, a former Kansas State Fiddle champion, plays fiddle and banjo.
The two are currently touring in the Southeast United States where they are also working on a new album in the studio with Daniel Routh (Nu-Blu) and will head to the west in the summer of 2012.

To find out more about Scenic Roots, visit their website HERE!

No comments: