Flatt Lonesome Makes Television Debut on Reno's Old Time Music Festival !

Image635599704007511363The 2014 International Bluegrass Music Association Emerging Artist - Flatt Lonesome will be making their television debut as featured guests on Reno's Old Time Music Festival this Saturday on RFD-TV.

"We had a blast on the set with Ronnie and his band, and we can't wait to watch the show along with you this weekend!" the band said in a statement. "It is an honor for us to be on an episode of Reno's Old Time Music Festival."

A bluegrass legend, Ronnie Reno's music career includes stints with with Reno & Smiley, The Osborne Brothers, and Merle Haggard along with his own band, The Reno Tradition. His award-winning television program, Reno's Old Time Music Festival, delivers great bluegrass programming to satellite and cable's RFD-TV every weekend.

The band will be performing several songs from their current album, TOO which debuted at number five on the Billboard Bluegrass chart and has already produced multiple Top Five singles.

Flatt Lonesome's television debut on Reno's Old Time Music Festival will air this Saturday, February 21st, at 8PM Eastern/7PM Central. The program will re-air next Thursday, February 26th, at 6:30AM Eastern/5:30 AM Central (please check local listings for exact times).

About Flatt Lonesome
Few bands have been blessed with the meteoric rise that Flatt Lonesome has enjoyed in just four short years. Since their debut in 2011, Flatt Lonesome hasn't looked back. Mature beyond their years (both musically and professionally), Flatt Lonesome has already reached success levels comparable to bands who have been playing for decades.

Flatt Lonesome's sophomore album, Too, debuted in the Top Five on Billboard's Bluegrass Album charts and has already produced four Top Five singles, including their song, "So Far," hitting number one in the fall of 2014. In addition to the release of their second album, 2014 was an exciting year for Flatt Lonesome. They won the Chris Austin Songwriting contest at Merlefest for their original hit, "I'm Blue." Flatt Lonesome also won their first IBMA award in 2014, being named Emerging Artists of the Year at the IBMA Awards Show in Raleigh, NC.
Stellar picking and heartfelt songs centered around beautiful sibling harmony have made Flatt Lonesome a hit among bluegrass fans both young and old. Their vibrant, youthful spirit is contagious both on and off stage. With what they have accomplished in just four years, expect big things from Flatt Lonesome for many years to come.

Flatt Lonesome is:
Kelsi Robertson Harrigill (mandolin/vocal)
Buddy Robertson (guitar/vocal)
Charli Robertson (fiddle/vocal)
Paul Harrigill (banjo)
Michael Stockton (dobro)
Dominic Illingworth (acoustic bass)

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