Greensky Bluegrass

Formed in the fall of 2000 by Michael Arlen Bont (banjo), Dave Bruzza (guitar), and Paul Hoffman (mandolin), Greensky has undergone a musical evolution as unique as the music it has produced. As newcomers to the bluegrass scene, the three sought to define themselves within the framework of their bluegrass favorites while establishing a voice of their own, drawing upon an array of influences and varied musical backgrounds. This voice first became evident in their May 2004 release of Less than Supper. In the fall of that year, Greensky Bluegrass welcomed bassist Michael Devol. In the summer of 2006 the band released their second studio album, Tuesday Letter. In November of 2007 the band released its first live CD Live at Bell’s, recorded at Bell’s Brewery in their hometown of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Just over a month later Greensky Bluegrass added Anders Beck to the lineup on dobro. His playing is adding great depth to their existing material and opening many doors to new songs. Winners of the 2006 Telluride Bluegrass Festival Band Competition, Greensky Bluegrass is earning recognition nationwide as a growing force in acoustic roots music.


Greensky Bluegrass Session Recording & Interview

200 Miles From Montana

Indian Trail

The Reverend

What's Left of the Night

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