Old North State | Rollin With the Sound

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Rollin With the Sound

by Old North State

Folk/Americana music with a fresh breath of pop culture, strong melodies, and brother harmonies.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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"Think of all the great brother acts through time, from Charlie and Ira Louvin, Phil and Don Everly, Neil and Tim Finn through Seth and Scott Avett and a dozen more. There's something there, something genetic perhaps, that makes two voices blend perfectly in a sort of goose-bumpy organic harmony. Add Dillon and Jantzen Wray to the list."
Bill DeYoung- Connect Savannah

The Brothers Wray know hard work, dedication, and determination pay off.
Old North State is a difficult band to classify into a single genre. Armed with bluegrass instruments, the brothers blend elements of bluegrass, folk, and rock and roll. ONS has adopted a rigorous touring schedule, and released "Long Road Home"(2011) and "Hello, Darling Ep"(2013). From emotionally roaring ballads to fast-paced, stomping bluegrass/rock, these boys will catch your eyes and ears.

"In true Americana fashion, Old North State trades in the inherent comfort and familiarity of home to bring it to your door. In an age of digital over-production and auto-tune, the raw, unpretentious nature of the group’s rootsy fare can be a breath of fresh air."
Chase Larson- Flag Live


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