The band, led by 14-time GRAMMY® Award winner Jerry Douglas, has been forging new paths into the musical horizon since 2017, with deep roots in bluegrass and folk that spreads out into the Americana and jazz landscapes. In 2021, the band released Leftover Feelings, with legendary singer-songwriter John Hiatt, which was nominated for a 2022 GRAMMY® for Best Americana Album, and their previous record, What If, also received a GRAMMY® nomination for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album. They perform at some of the top US festivals, such as Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Pilgrimage Music Festival, Big Ears Festival, and numerous others. In addition to Douglas, band members include Daniel Kimbro bass, Christian Sedelmyer on fiddle, and Mike Seal on guitar.
Dobro master Jerry Douglas is a bandleader, producer, session musician, and instructor. He’s produced over a hundred albums and is featured on over 1,600 studio albums. Douglas is also a member of Alison Kraus & Union Station, co-bandleader for Transatlantic Sessions in the United Kingdom, and founder for the GRAMMY® winner bluegrass super-group The Earls of Leicester. Raised on American Roots music in and around Appalachia, Daniel Kimbro is a multi-GRAMMY® nominated bassist with numerous stage and studio appearances to his credit. Christian Sedelmyer is a daring and diversified musician who brings a 21st-century vision to the five-string violin. Mike Seal is a twice-GRAMMY® nominated guitarist and composer based in Nashville.