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Hackensaw Boys

The Hackensaw Boys are an eight-man acoustic unit that combines the primitive strains of old-time mountain and string band music with modern-day sensibilities. In fact, the group has shared the stage with acts that range from experimental indie-rockers the Flaming Lips to hip-hoppers De La Soul. The roots of the Hackensaw Boys go back to late 1999 in Charlottesville, VA, when Dave Sickmen and Tom Peloso set out to form a group. At a gig by the similarly minded Old Crow Medicine Show, the two met up with future primary members Robbie St. Ours (multi-instrumentalist) and Rob Bullington (mandolin). The four ended up on-stage and found they had immediate chemistry. Subsequently, the group played regular engagements around Charlottesville (including street busking and a residency at the Blue Moon Diner) as musicians moved through its ranks. At one point, the Hackensaw Boys consisted of a dozen players; by the time they got around to recording their debut album, Get Some, on reel-to-reel in the living room in 2000, it was a nine-man unit. Heading into their self-released sophomore album, 2002's Keep It Simple, the group had stabilized at eight players. ~ Erik Hage, Rovi
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saw them last night and would recommend them to anyone if they are playing local
pnthrfan
Just heard they were coming to my small town in Clayton NC, can't wait to see them this fall!
scaldwell196 9
These guys are fantastic! Love, Love, Love them! Can't wait to see them in Charlotte this week! Rock on, Boys!!
agreed. Christopher take that s**t back to youtube where comments like that belong.
Christopher you suck.
Don't be so close minded. Some people like this. Like me. So keep your opinion to yourself. After all opinions are like a**holes and everybody's got one. =D
Love n Light.
ya know what? F**K THIS S**T!!! i knew hackensaw boys when they were good. this is absolute crap
i am in a bluegrass band and i wouldnt let my pride put out this horrible record with this horrible singer... all im sayin...
va represent.
HELL yeah!!!
UWEEE, That's some good stuff. Can't wait to see them. Come to Wisconsin!
if it's TRUE it's good music always
I just started learning banjo so these guys are a great listen!
echorovich
If you ever get a chance to see these guys, do it- phenomenal picking and just an amazing blend of so many styles-
Saw them last night, North Lake Tahoe, FREE show no less. Nobody knew, PR was quiet I guess. They broke the place down, it went from emptyish on a monday night to a moderate sized crowd making a giant sized ruckus and having a giant sized good time. They are so damned good and I love their sound and energy. I will never miss a show. They are one of the best string bands out there now. I listen to sweet petunia at least three times a day.
Bow down to OCMS you Hackensaw broads
engagestrate g i e s
The Boys actually played at a small summer concert series our city holds at a local park. I was blown away by their creativity, musicianship and freshness. I love the home-made rhythm contraption. Even though they're young, they have that real authentic old-timey feel and their songs incorporate traditional and new influences. They should be bigger than they are.
Saw the Boys winter '07 in Petoskey, MI and they pretty much gave a jaw dropping performance. Strangely this was my first exposure to the band but they immediately became a personal favorite. The show was small enough to meet them after and share some libationary tale telling. Truly enjoyed their company. Love What You Do has some terrific song writing.
C'Ville is blessed to have this band play regularly. They are Awesome every show.
Couple years ago I saw them open up for Cake in Atlanta, GA. I never had seen heard of them, but they immediately blew the roof off the place. After Cake played, my girl and I both agreed Cake should have been the opening act. As previous comments say, deff incredible live, even if this isn't really your 'style' music.
ajhod
Recently the Hackensaw Boys played at The Brick Tavern in Roslyn, WA and were so much fun, AWESOME is a great word to describe their show. Lots of enthusiasm, broken strings (re-strung on the fly) and great music was completed with an off stage accoustic closing. If you get the chance go see them. Their album Look Out is absolutely wonderful.
These guys came to play at Virginia Tech and had a small crowd, but played their hearts out! They were absolutely incredible!

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