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The Farm Hands Recognized for Bluegrass by State of Tennessee

Farm Hands at Senate 4-20-17Nashville, TN -- The Nashville based quartet The Farm Hands were honored Thursday morning with a proclamation from the Senate of the State of Tennessee and were invited to perform on the Senate floor. The proclamation, presented during the morning session by Senator Kerry Roberts of Springfield, was to honor The Farm Hands for the contributions they have made to bluegrass music and as musical ambassadors of Tennessee.

The Farm Hands Come up Big at SPBGMA

The Farm HandsThe Farm Hands and members of the band have won six awards at the 2017 SPBGMA conference in Nashville, TN this past weekend. At the 2016 SPBGMA Bluegrass Music Awards, The Farm Hands collectively took home four awards. This followed up an incredible 2015 when they received one of the SPBGMA's highest honors, "Entertainer of the Year." They are one of the busiest touring bands in bluegrass, performing over 150 dates per year. For anyone who has seen them in concert, none of this comes as a surprise. The group features four award winning singers, musicians and songwriters: Tim Graves, Daryl Mosley, Keith Tew, and Don Hill.

2017 43rd SPBGMA Awards Winners Announced

SPBGMA LogoThe Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America (SPBGMA) Bluegrass Music Award presentations took place Sunday, February 5, 2017. Dean Eaton was generous enough to post the awards as they were announced on his Facebook page. The 43rd Annual SPBGMA Bluegrass Music Awards took place during the 34th National SPBGMA Convention held at the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. The awards show is definitely the highlight of the annual event and bluegrass music's biggest stars are always there participating in performances as well as collecting their respective trophies.

"Dig in the Dirt" Coming June 3rd from The Farm Hands

Dig In The DirtGreenville, SC -- Award winning gospel quartet The Farm Hands have recorded a new album titled Dig in the Dirt, to be released on June 3rd, 2016. Their upcoming gospel bluegrass album features five of the 12 tunes penned by band members. Bandmember Daryl Mosley recently took home "Bluegrass Song Writer of the Year" at the latest SPBGMA Bluegrass Music Awards. The band's Dobro player, Tim Graves won "Dobro Performer of the Year." The band as a whole took home "Gospel Group of the Year" and "Vocal Group of the Year." Along with Graves and Mosley (bass), the band also includes Keith Tew on guitar, Bennie Boling on banjo. The fellas are joined on the album by guest fiddler Kimberly Bibb.

SPBGMA Awards Highlight Bluegrass Music's Best

SPBGMA LogoThe 41st Annual Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America (SPBGMA) Bluegrass Music Awards took place during the society's 32nd National Convention February 8, 2015 at the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. The awards show is always the highlight of the annual event and bluegrass music's biggest starts will be there participating in performances as well as collecting their respective trophies. This year's event took place at the same time as the Grammy awards so some of our favorite artists were at that event.

The Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet Receives 14 SPBGMA Nominations

The Farm HandsNashville, TN -- The nominations for the 2014 Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America (SPBGMA) Bluegrass Music Awards have been announced and the Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet garnered an amazing 14 nominations. Cybergrass has the complete list of nominations online.

The Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet Offer Free Download from New Album

In A country TownTo celebrate the release of In A Country Town, the new album from the Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet, the band is offering a free music download of the title track. The band says, "The brand new album from the Farm Hands Bluegrass Quartet will be available very soon! But, as a special gift to their fans, the band is making available the title cut of the album absolutely free!"

Farm Hands’ Tim Graves and Bus Featured in Major Motion Picture

Tim GravesNashville, TN -- Bluegrass music artist, The Farm Hands’ Tim Graves, is driving his bus to the silver screen! Tim’s classic MCI tour bus is being used as part of a major motion picture currently being filmed in Tennessee. The movie, titled The Identical, which stars Ray Liotta (Field of Dreams), Ashley Judd (Double Jeopardy), Seth Green (The Italian Job), and Joe Pantoliano (The Matrix) is a rock-n-roll drama that follows the path of a musical family from the 1950s through the 1970s.

Artists of Bluegrass are Legends of Music

Tim Graves, Blake Johnson, Daryl MosleyIf these “legends of music” look strangely familiar, there is good reason. Three bluegrass artists, on board the Carnival Dream cruise ship for the recent First Quality Bluegrass Cruise, were featured as part of the Carnival Legends Show. This Las Vegas style show paid tribute to several musical legends with Tim Graves of the Farm Hands playing the part of Elvis Presley, Blake Johnson of the James King Band portraying James Brown, and The Farm Hands' Daryl Mosley as Frank Sinatra.

The Farm Hand's Bennie Boling is Newest Huber Banjo Endorsee

Bennie boling and Steve HuberNashville, TN -- Bennie Boling, banjo player for the Farm Hands bluegrass Quartet, has joined with Steve Huber and Huber banjos as their newest endorsee. Huber Banjos is widely accepted as one of the finest musical instruments built today. The Huber is played by many of the top players in bluegrass music, including Sammy Shelor of the Lonesome River Band, Ron Block of Alison Krauss and Union Station, Doyle Lawson and Quicksliver’s Joe Dean, Barry Abernathy of Mountain Heart, and Blue Highway’s Jason Burlison.

The Farm Hands Join with Bluegrass Unlimited for Monthly Newsletter

The Farm HandsNashville, TN -- Beginning with the November 2012 issue, the Nashville based bluegrass quartet, The Farm Hands, will feature a monthly newsletter within the pages of Bluegrass Unlimited magazine. It’s a unique idea for both the magazine and the band.left

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