Thanks to Indy Week for the awesome review! Read the full thing here!
Click here to check out some awesome videos of ‘Betrayal’ & ‘Cold Spell’ thanks to Red Wing Roots Music Festival & The Bluegrass Situation’s Hot Can Sessions filmed at last year’s festival!
Thanks to No Depression for another awesome review of our new album Family, Friends & Heroes! Read the review here!
“Family Friends & Heroes is a triumph on so many levels and it is a reminder of the unbridled power of music when talent meets emotional honesty.”
Thanks to Jam Base for the awesome Family, Friends & Heroes review! You can read the whole review by clicking here!
“(Family, Friends & Heroes) features some fun covers, tasty harmonies and plenty of adventurous pickin’… a must for any bluegrass fan.”
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen are putting their own spin on Bluegrass music and having fun doing it!
Check out this fun review of Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen from Nashville music journalist, Shannon Livewell. She writes on to say that “there is no one tempo or emotion driving this project. It’s a compilation of songs that make you feel something, whether you want to tap your foot along or get lost in a memory.”
Check out this awesome review of Family, Friends & Heroes thanks to PopMatters. Click here to read the full review!
“The acoustic Family, Friends & Heroes… vibe suggests the mastery of traditional instruments and styles of singing still has value in the 21st century, a radical thought as bluegrass is not really that old.”
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen will perform on Friday, May 27 from 3:45 to 5pm on the Music Hall Stage & on Saturday, May 28 from 7 to 8:15pm on the Potomac Stage.
“Solivan explains the meaning behind the album’s title, Family, Friends & Heroes. ‘The first part of that is family. We sit around in the living room and play music all the time. We have meals, and then the next thing you know, everybody starts to whip out their instruments and play. And sometimes it creates a positive environment to just be with each other.’”