Living in the heart of the Mississippi River system, Bawn in the Mash's sound is founded in the ancient tones of Western Kentucky. The band is officially endorsed by D'Addario Strings and features Josh Coffey, Thomas Oliverio, Brey McCoy, Eddie Coffey, and Nathan Lynn.
Currently supporting their 5th studio release, A Grand Ole Time Indeed, Bawn in the Mash are now entering their 10th year of music.
A Grand Ole Time Indeed was recorded at historic RCA Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, engineered by Travis and Sorrel Brigman. The album was mixed and mastered by Andrija Tokic at the famed Bomb Shelter studio in Nashville (Alabama Shakes, Hurray For the Riff Raff) and debuted December 2014 via music website The Bluegrass Situation.
Bawn in the Mash have performed hundreds of shows across the country, ranging from riverboat cruises aboard the Delta Queen Steamboat, River Barge Explorer, Spirit of Peoria, and Belle of Cincinnati, to late night sets at eclectic music festivals such as the River of Music Party (ROMP), The John Hartford Memorial Festival, Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion, Master Musician's Festival, and Appalachian Uprising. Bawn in the Mash has also been featured on radio programs such as the Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour, WDVX's Blue Plate Special, WNCW, WKMS, and many others.