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Fun with Flatt Lonesome: The Making of "Too"

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Flatt Lonesome: TooNashville, TN --- The members of Flatt Lonesome are bound by blood, faith, marriage and years of friendship. It is a familiarity and camaraderie that is evident in their tight harmonies, stellar musicianship and collaborative showmanship. It's also evident that these six artists genuinely enjoy one another's company.

Flatt Lonesome’s album, Too, is soaring with sibling harmonies and hot picking that resounds in “So Far” to the serene, lonesome ballad “Make it Through the Day.” The band shines on Tim Stafford’s original “Dangerous Dan” and “Never Let Me Go” resonates with a playful swing style that demonstrates Flatt Lonesome’s versatility.

In a video released by Mountain Home Music Company, Kelsi, Charli, Buddy, Paul, Michael and Dominic share an insider's view, band comments and behind-the-scenes antics in the making of their sophomore release, Flatt Lonesome Too.

"We’ve definitely improved in our playing together. We feel like this is our ‘grownup’ album,” Kelsi says.

Grownup indeed. They may be young, but Too is a collection of songs that belies the youth of the artists. Then again, their willingness to share some characteristic Flatt Lonesome silliness is a youthful delight.

Clearly, the future of Bluegrass is in capable, and good humored, hands.

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