The Dirty Grass PlayersVisit Website
- Presented By: Tin Pan
- Dates: August 4, 2023
- Location: The Tin Pan
- Address: 8982 Quioccasin Road
- Phone: (804) 447-8189
- Time: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
- Price: $25.00
The Dirty Grass Band
This Baltimore-based quartet has one toe-tappin’ foot in traditional bluegrass while pushing boundaries with their blazing harmonies and musicianship. Their ability to seamlessly transition from down-home bluegrass to spirited improvisation will quickly make you understand what they mean by Dirty Grass!
Comprised of Connor Murray on bass, Alex Berman on banjo, Ben Kolakowski with the guitar, and Ryan Rogers on mandolin, this four- piece is successfully bringing their growing fanbase a down & dirty performance. Their ability to seamlessly transition from down- home bluegrass to spirited improvisation makes each performance unique. Throw in some Allman Brothers, Pink Floyd, and Hot Rize, and you’ll quickly understand what they mean by 'dirty grass'.
Their inaugural self-titled album was released around the same time they won the 2017 Charm City Bluegrass & Folk Festival Band Competition. For the next few years, they successfully toured the Mid-Atlantic with festival and headline appearances all over the East Coast and support slots for the likes of the Travelin' McCoury's, Cabinet, and their hometown hero Cris Jacobs. In 2019, amid a busy touring schedule, they released their 2nd studio album, “Beneath the Woodpile”. Put together with alluring melodies, the band presents a sound precisely at the crossroads of traditional and progressive bluegrass.
In 2020, the pandemic paused their touring, as it did most musicians. But the Dirty Grass Players made the most of it, and used the time for writing and recording. Now, with a tour schedule of over 120 dates in 2022, they're getting ready to release their 3rd studio album, produced by Cody Kilby (the Travelin' McCoury's). They're making their way across the county with many festival dates along the way, so catch them where you can and let's get dirty!