Rhythm and Roots Reunion 2018 – First Announcements

Which artists first signed up for Bristol’s Rhythm and Roots Reunion 2018

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The organisers of Bristol’s Rhythm and Roots Reunion Festival have been giving us holiday season presents.  Each day in the lead-up to Christmas, one artist/group performing at next year’s festival has been revealed and the growing list has plenty of variety and interest.

Bristol is officially recognised as The Birthplace of Country Music.  For it was here in 1927 where Ralph Peer, with the most advanced equipment of the day, began the recording careers of The Carter FamilyJimmie Rodgers and others.  Another event is attributed to the town – the Burger Bar downtown is where, legend has it, Hank Williams had his final meal before his death on New Year’s Day 1953.  Mike Farris calls Bristol a ‘spiritual portal’ akin to the Catskill Mountains.

You can read our review of the 2016 Reunion HERE.

You can go to the 2018 event by joining our Americana Rhythms and Blues Tour – a Tri-Fest Feast.  Details HERE.  As well as the new edition of the Reunion, we will be enjoying plenty of live music at the Americana Music Festival and Conference, and Roots n Blues n BBQ festival in Nashville TN and Columbia MO respectively.

 

Here are the announcements for the Rhythm and Roots Reunion 2018 – a lot more to follow::

 

Low Cut Connie – Philadelphia rockers who made Rolling Stone’s top albums of 2017

Larry Keel Experience – experienced and acclaimed flat-picking guitarist

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams – darling Americana couple, past collaborations with Bob Dylan and Levon Helm

Revel In Dimes – Brooklyn power blues outfit

Molly Tuttle – IBMA guitarist of the year

Acoustic Syndicate – folk/rock/bluegrass band from North Carolina

Scott Miller and the Commonwealth – accomplished singer/songwriter – read our review of his new album HERE.

Dale Watson – legendary honky tonk rocker from Austin Texas

Sierra Hull – multiple IBMA mandolin award winner – read our interview with her HERE

The War and Treaty – soul/folk duo with plenty of lyrical bite

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver – award-winning bluegrass outfit

The Marcus King Band – soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock

 

 

Which artists first signed up for Bristol’s Rhythm and Roots Reunion 2018

 

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