For five years running, East Nash Grass has been perfecting their sound as a band via a weekly engagement at Madison, Tennessee’s beloved Dee’s Country Cocktail Lounge…five years of playing together, five years of writing tunes, five years of joking around, and five years of filling the room with a who’s who in Music City’s music scene standing in awe of the talent on the tiny, shiny stage. Dobro legend Jerry Douglas calls East Nash Grass a “band of ringers,” saying, “The sound they make when they play together rivals that of any of their main gigs.” Every member is an accomplished professional in their own right on the road with national touring acts, and each would be a featured musician in any band. With James Kee on guitar, Cory Walker on banjo, Harry Clark on mandolin, Gaven Largent on dobro, Maddie Denton on fiddle, and Jeff Picker on bass, East Nash Grass is a band of all-stars, without question. But unlike many all-star bands that come together for one album or concert, East Nash Grass is a band in the true sense. Each member contributes their energy and their creative work to the group; the sum of which is miraculously greater than its parts.
Following in the footsteps of the Bluegrass Album Band, the Nashville Bluegrass Band, and many more, East Nash Grass has officially solidified its position as your favorite bluegrass band’s favorite bluegrass band, and today, they’ve dropped an album exclaiming so. Out now, Last Chance To Win shows off the group’s instrumental prowess and songcraft for those not lucky enough to have seen it in person. And for those who have, it's a stark reminder of the greater sum of East Nash Grass’s already great parts.
Fans can stream or purchase Last Chance To Win today by following this link. East Nash Grass is on the road now, appearing next at Shenandoah Moose Lodge in Shenandoah, Virginia, on August 19th. A full list of tour dates can be found below or at eastnashgrass.com/tour.
Last Chance to Win
I Almost Told Her
East Due West Blues
Papa’s on the Housetop
How Could I Love Her So Much
When You Come Home
Magic City Grey
Love Slippin’ Away
Railroadin’ & Gamblin’
Catch East Nash Grass On Tour:
August 19 - Shenandoah, VA - Shenandoah Moose Lodge
August 21 - Madison, TN - Dee’s Country Cocktail Lounge - Album Release Party
August 31 - Brunswick, ME - Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival
September 1 - Brunswick, ME - Thomas Point Beach Bluegrass Festival
September 8 - Nashville, TN - Grown Proper Rooftop Party
September 9 - Hendersonville, TN - Folk n’ Bluegrass Festival
September 15 - Flagstaff, AZ - Pickin’ In The Pines
September 16 - Flagstaff, AZ - Pickin’ In The Pines
September 20 - Lyons, CO - Planet Bluegrass at Wildflower Pavillion
September 22 - Buena Vista, CO - Billy Strings Renewal
September 23 - Buena Vista, CO - Billy Strings Renewal
September 27 - 29 - Raleigh, NC - IBMA
September 30 - Searcy, AR - Get Down Downtown 2023
October 27 - Nashville, TN - 3rd & Lindsley*
October 28 - Chattanooga, TN - Barrelhouse Ballroom*
November 3 - Hope, AR - Hempstead Hall - U of A Hope
*supporting Yonder Mountain String Band
For more information, please visit eastnashgrass.com/tour.