Jon Stickley Trio | Maybe Believe

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Maybe Believe

by Jon Stickley Trio

Progressive instrumental bluegrass, with jazz and punk elements featuring acoustic guitar, violin and drums.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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Album Notes
With roots in gypsy jazz, bluegrass, and hip-hop in an “exhilarating all-acoustic swirl” (Acoustic Guitar Magazine), Jon Stickley Trio combines Jon Stickley’s rapid-fire flatpicking guitar with the sultry and wild, yet refined, melodies of Lyndsay Pruett on violin set over the deep groove of Patrick Armitage on drums.

“In a time when a lot of instrumental music feels more like math than art, Jon Stickley Trio's Triangular reminds us of the pure joy that can be created and shared through music,” says Greensky Bluegrass’ Anders Beck.

“While opening notes remind the listener of Tony Rice's Manzanita (one of the greatest acoustic guitar albums of all time), one is suddenly catapulted into Jackson 5 territory a few minutes later in the same song. Sure, comparisons to previous musicians are a good way to explain a new artist to the masses, but to do so is to cheat Stickley of what he really is: a damn genius, a musical mastermind, and one of the most unique, creative, and inventive guitar players I've ever heard.” -Beck

With past albums having been featured in the NY Times, The World Cafe, and on NPR music "Maybe Believe" is the next step in the band's musical evolution.



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