Join us this summer for some traditional bluegrass with The Sandy Ridge Boys !
Music Under the Tent Series
Founded in 2014, this group brings together a wide background of musical experiences and have become popular with fans of all ages. Following in the footsteps of the masters, The Sandy Ridge Boys play traditional, straight-ahead bluegrass as well as tunes from early country music, along with interesting twists on some familiar old favorites.
With the standard assemblage of instruments, featuring banjo, guitar, mandolin, and bass, they recreate the sounds of Flatt & Scruggs, The Stanley Brothers, Jimmy Martin, and even Chuck Berry, as well as many of the contemporary bluegrass bands playing today. The boys will entertain you with their innovative arrangements and songs, as well as their between-song banter.
Register online today or give us call at 508-495-1878, ext. 2
Our fearless leader, was born in Massachusetts, but spent most of his adult life in Virginia. His love of Bluegrass music was inspired by close friends and his many years living in Virginia. He was also inspired by Guitar Legends and singers, Tony Rice, Rick Faris, Ben Clark, Greg Blake, and Josh Williams.
Born in Clarksburg, West Virginia and raised in Ohio, grew up with a mandolin in one hand and a banjo in the other playing bluegrass and classic country music with his father. Micah a multi- instrumentalist, has had stints as a semi-professional actor and competed in ballet, tap, jazz and ballroom dancing. He studied Music Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music.
Originally from Baltimore Maryland and also a graduate of Berklee, is well known in Boston Music Circles and is one of the most talented bass players in the area. He has played with great groups, like the Spring Hill Rounders, the Beantown Buckaroos, Honky Tonk Masquerade, the Demolition String Band, Odessa Rose, & The Smalls. In addition to his musical talent he brings great vocals and his extensive knowledge of bluegrass and country music. And we feature his song “Swimming Hole” in our sets.
A native of New York is our dancing banjo player, is known for his hot licks and cool demeanor. His major banjo influences are Earl Scruggs (of course), Eddie Adcock, and Lew London. When he’s not picking banjo at the usual places in Boston, you will probably find him Texas Two-Stepping to some country band.