About Full Cord Bluegrass
Full Cord started as a project between band members upright bass player Todd Kirchner & guitar/mando player Eric Langejans. Brian Oberlin on mandolin (formerly of Grasshoppah) & Grant Flick on Fiddle. All seasoned bluegrass musicians they wanted to build a musically diverse band using traditional bluegrass instruments.
The band has an extraordinary song base, with songs ranging from traditional country and bluegrass to modern pop hits, big band era tunes and everything in between (and we do mean everything!). With hundreds of songs in their repertoire, they never run out of songs to choose from.
Based in West Michigan, Full Cord has had the privilege of performing all over the state, from private parties and events to breweries, barns and bluegrass festivals.
With the talent of over 100 years combined musical experience, Full Cord brings incredible style to traditional bluegrass. They are introducing bluegrass music to everyone in a way that keeps people coming back for more.
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