Willis, VA -- Accomplished bluegrass group Mountain Faith, a highly popular and awarded band based in the mountains of Sylva, North Carolina, has joined the Mountain Fever family of artists and drop their first single, "Feelin' Blue" to radio today. The single is from their upcoming November album release, Blue The group has been singing, playing and performing together for 14 years.
Band members include Sam McMahan on bass, Luke Dotson on guitar along with lead and harmony vocals, new member Cory Piatt on mandolin, Summer McMahan on fiddle along with lead and harmony vocals, and Brayden McMahan on banjo and harmony vocals. Cory has performed with various artists recently including the latest Donna Hughes release and earlier with the Sleepy Man Banjo Boys.
Mountain Faith has a unique style that offers a variety of different genres of music. Audiences applaud their ability to offer numerous styles. Listeners will get a great mix of both traditional and contemporary bluegrass, classic and modern country, folk, acoustic and contemporary gospel and a little rhythm and blues, leaving a fresh, pure and upbeat impression on audiences of all ages.
Mountain Fever owner Mark Hodges says, "We're really proud to have Mountain Faith join our family of artists here at Mountain Fever. I've been a fan since the first time I heard them live. Summer McMahan fronts the group and is truly one of the greatest female singers in the business. My hope is that a broader audience will begin to recognize this band. They've been very successful on the gospel side of bluegrass and by expanding their repertoire I know they will soon be a household name in bluegrass in general."
Frequent performers at world renowned Dollywood, the band has become a crowd favorite over the years. They travel the bluegrass festival circuit, running alongside bluegrass’ top bands, all over the United States and Canada. Concert venues include civic centers, auditoriums, arenas, fair grounds, parks, churches and other locations. Recent SPBGMA awards “raised eyebrows” and drew more recognition for the band as they were the only band to have all members, but one, nominated for instrumental awards.
As you get to know the members of Mountain Faith, their humbleness, kindness and love of people will be evident. They leave a lasting impression in both their relationships and music. For more information on Mountain Faith, visit www.MountainFaithBand.com