Raised by wolves, taught by squirrels, enemy of the owl – Tallgrass sings songs of happiness and sorrow.

This trio brings gravel road vocals, quick-picked guitar, and a rhythm section with stomping ground sound. While they’ve got a banjo, it isn’t bluegrass- influenced by old-timey sounds while digging through new-timey notes, they write and perform homemade auditory originals. Three-part harmonies backed by drums, bass, guitar, and banjo sit on music’s front porch, ready to play.

Brothers Adam and Austin Morford formed Tallgrass with longtime friend Matt Skinner during May of 2011.  Their debut album, God, Sin, Whiskey, and Women, was released in the summer of 2012.  Their sophomore album, Better Than Medicine, was released in early February 2014, and they’re currently finishing their third album, Laughing.  The band has shared the stage with President Barack Obama, Melissa Etheridge, Sublime with Rome, The White Buffalo, and The Ben Miller Band, among many others.

“May all the wrong notes be right…”  -Tallgrass

Adam Morford– Drums, keys, vocals
Austin Morford– Bass, guitar, vocals
Matt Skinner– Guitar, banjo, harmonica, vocals