The 7th Day Buskers have returned with their third full length CD release, "Fool's Grass."
12 new originals and 1 cover song in the same acoustic style of traditional and modern flavors that have defined the Busker's sound over the past four years. "Fool's Grass" was recorded mostly live in the studio and is an excellent display of their energy and sound on stage. "This album really shows how much this band has matured in the past several years," says Shawn P. Rohlf who is the producer and Busker's frontman. "The performances are tight; a result of how much we have played together."
This past year the Buskers took home "Best Americana" at the San Diego Music Awards, as well as adding two-time Weiser Fiddle Champion Melissa Harley to the band.
In 2003 they took a year off from recording to be featured in a musical production at the Lambs Players Theater in San Diego. In "Cotton Patch Gospel," the Buskers we're on stage playing the music of the Late Harry Chapin. The show ran seven times a week for three months and recieved rave reviews.