Shipshewana's 2nd Annual Buggies & Bluegrass Week | September 5-9:
• September 5 - Rhonda Vincent
• September 6 - Malpass Brothers
• September 7 - The Steeldrivers
• September 8 - Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder
• September 9 - Old Crow Medicine Show
What began as a casual jam session over a decade ago has become one of today's leaders in the
Americana/Bluegrass music world. The venerable Rounder Records immediately signed the band and
released their eponymous debut in 2008 that scored their first GRAMMY nomination for Best Country
Performance by a Duo or Group w/ Vocal for the song Blue Side Of The Mountain
. Again in 2010, the
group's sophomore effort "Reckless", received two more nods for Best Bluegrass Album and Best
Country Performance by a Duo of Group with Vocal, courtesy of the universally popular hit
Where Rainbows Never Die
The group's star continued to rise with the release "Hammer Down" that debuted at #1 on the Billboard
Bluegrass Charts. Their accomplishments continued with the highly anticipated 2015 "The Muscle Shoals
Recordings" that also won a GRAMMY for Best Bluegrass Album, as well as three IBMA nominations for
Album, Song, Songwriter (Tammy Rogers) and Liner Notes (Peter Cooper) of the Year honors.
In 2018 the group made Grand Ole Opry history as the quintet was joined by superstars John Prine and
Bill Murray on the revered stage to perform. Other accolades include a cameo in the Murray flick "Get
Low," music placement in various TV and movies including the popular drama "Yellowstone," and
specially recordings with the military group Six String Soldiers.
In 2020, Tammy Rogers, Michael Fleming, Richard Bailey, Brent Truitt and Kelvin Damrell (his first
project as lead vocals) released the chart-topping "Bad For You" to both industry and media aplomb.
2021 brought the latest member on board, lead singer Matt Dame.
The quintet tours an average of 75 dates annually while continuing to bring world-class music to people.