Balsam Range has been signed exclusively and is proud to announce we are newest artist to be represented by Class Act Entertainment out of Nashville TN.
We are joining such stellar acts as J.D. Crowe & The New South, Bryan Sutton, 18 South, Austin Longe Lizards, The Whites, and Mountain Home labelmates The Boxcars and more at Class Act. Mike Drudge is a super fellow and we are so glad to be working with him. The band has just grown to a place where we were really needing help with administrative and booking. We are looking forward to getting out into some new areas of the country and more. If folks are interested in getting Balsam Range to their area or for their event/festival then all you have to do is contact Mike Drudge at Class Act Entertainment!
Principal and founder Mike Drudge says: “We couldn’t be happier to welcome Balsam Range to the roster. Besides being a band with fantastic musicians and multiple strong vocalists, they have created a uniquely identifiable sound – something that is becoming a rarity in bluegrass these days.”
We’ll be getting up with Mike this week at IBMA’s World of Bluegrass in Nashville TN. Really looking forward to seeing all my music buddies at IBMA. My dear friend, Carl Jackson, has us on IBMA’s FanFest again this year and we’re so glad to be a part of it. We play this Friday 9/28/12 at 6:50pm right after JD Crowe & The New South. Check out what an amazing lineup Carl has put together.
Also want to give a quick shout out and congratulations to all the IBMA nominees this year. Know about all of them as great people, extremely talented and deserving. As well as a few special friends who are nominated this year. Mr. Audie Blaylock is up for Male Vocalist of the Year and Mr. Milan Miller is up Song of the Year for IIIrd Tyme Out’s “Pretty Little Girl From Galax”. All special friends and makes me smile knowing we passed on that song for the Trains I Missed project. hahaha. That’s just how it works folks. You’re welcome Russell!!
If you can’t make Fanfest in Nashville come see us this Saturday in Cullowhee NC for Mountain Heritage Day on the campus of WCU. Great day of WNC culture, crafts, music, and more. This is a free event as well. See our concert page for more detailed information.
Hope to catch you down the road!!