We Banjo 3 | String Theory

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String Theory

by We Banjo 3

Blisteringly virtuosic instrumentals meets deep roots vocals as Irish Folk melds with Americana Music
Genre: World: Celtic
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Album Notes
There can’t be many rhapsodic superlatives left in the box for Irish quartet We Banjo 3, whose virtuosic Irish/bluegrass/old-time mix attained freshly dizzying heights on their stupendous second album Gather the Good, which went on to garner 4 Album of the Year awards in the US and Ireland
One of the best live acts to come out of Ireland in recent years, the multi-award winning We Banjo 3 combine supergroup credentials with a breath-taking command of the emotive power of fiddle, guitar, mandolin and banjo. Any single member of this group could a electrify a venue with a solo performance, but together, in the joyous musical alchemy of We Banjo 3, their passionate lead vocalist like a young Springsteen adopted by the Chieftans, the result is truly unforgettable. Simply put, the gold standard of Irish and American roots music.

“These four lads just keep taking their musical genius to new levels and whatever about the magic of their studio albums, there’s nothing like the raw emotion and fusion of the live experience” – Eileen McCabe, Irish Music Magazine

"Transcending even the best of superlatives" - Huffington Post

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