The HUNGER boys from Massachusetts have crossed the Atlantic in an effort to keep their status as America’s finest roots-music band.
The band will be performing at Irvine Harbour Arts Centre in fulfillment of a promise made to bluegrass fans.
Mark Lamarr (BBC’s European Tour Manager) described it as “one the greatest things that I have ever listened too” and invited everyone to Ayrshire. His website was flooded with fans’ requests.
The Herald called them “unmissable”, while The Scotsman called them “outstanding”.
They have four albums to their credit and their Appalachian roots and Appalachian traditional interpretations of the songs are authentic. They have performed at major festivals all over the world.
Because they can do “something no one else does better”, they are Stateside icons
They pay tribute to some of the country’s most beloved brother duos. They pay tribute to some the country’s most loved brother duos with their sharp playing and clear vocal harmony.
Four albums have been released by the band. King of Bluegrass, a documentary by Jimmy Martin span in 2003, features some of their original material.
Keith Marwick is a local promoter. After getting in touch, he claimed that he booked the group.
“Last Wednesday they were in Scotland. Word of Mouth recommendations circulated faster than ever.