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The Po' Ramblin' Boys

An energetic traditional bluegrass combo based in Tennessee's Smoky Mountains, the Po' Ramblin' Boys got their start at a local moonshine distillery in the mid-2010s where they acted as the house band. Over the next few years, they widened their base considerably with a pair of independent releases and a tour of Europe, eventually netting a record deal with Rounder, which released their third album, Toil, Tears & Trouble, in 2019. Mandolinist and singer C.J. Lewandowski was an employee at the Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery in Sevierville, Tennessee and would occasionally fill in when one of the live acts canceled. After a while he was approached by management to form his own group that could serve as a full-time house band. He recruited his friends Jereme Brown (banjo) and Josh Rinkle (guitar), as well as fellow distillery co-worker Jasper Lorentzen (bass), and the Po' Ramblin' Boys were born. Over their first year-and-a-half, they played several times a week at the distillery, building up a catalog of traditional bluegrass songs and originals as well as a solid fan base. In 2016, they released their debut album, Back to the Mountains, and made their first out-of-town appearances at a festival in Canada and a tour of Europe. In 2018, they issued a second album, God's Love Is So Divine, which was culled from traditional bluegrass gospel songs that inspired them. As their reputation grew, they were approached by legendary roots label Rounder, which signed them and released their third full-length, 2019's Toil, Tears & Trouble, which was nominated in the "Best Bluegrass Album" category of the 62nd annual Grammy awards.
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