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About The Biscuit Burners
The importance of artists work can be measured by the response from their peers, the media, and their audience. That being said, the world has taken notice of The Biscuit Burners, and has welcomed their Fiery Mountain Music with open arms. Whether it is national praise from Aerosmiths Joe Perry or Billy Cardines performance with the three-time Grammy Winning Edgar Meyer at Carnegie Hall, the musical community respects The Biscuit Burners. With appearances on BBC World TVs Destination Music, National Public Radios Mountain Stage, and XMs Bluegrass Junction, along with coverage in magazines such as Singer & Musician, Bluegrass Unlimited, Dirty Linen, American Songwriter, it is evident that the international media supports The Biscuit Burners. From sellout concerts from Pennsylvania to California, and top bill appearances at major festivals, it is clear that their fans love The Biscuit Burners.
A fresh approach to acoustic music with roots that date as far back as mountain music can reach, The Biscuit Burners offer their Fiery Mountain Music with innovative instrumentation, resplendent harmonies, and captivating original material. Their unique yet familiar material pulls strong from their respect of traditional mountain music, their love of bluegrass and classic country, and their appreciation of music from the far corners of the world. The Biscuit Burners are Mary Lucey (acoustic bass, vocals), Bill Cardine (resophonic guitar, vocals), Dan Bletz (acoustic guitar), Odessa Jorgensen (fiddle, vocals), and Wes Corbett (banjo).
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