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The Freight Hoppers

The Freight Hoppers

The Freight Hoppers


"The Freight Hoppers high energy performances made a permanent mark on the old-time music scene from the mid to late 90’s. Based in Bryson City , North Carolina , this Rounder Records act topped the bluegrass charts with their first release Where'd You Come From, Where'd You Go. The band took a hiatus when fiddle player David Bass had to have a heart transplant, but that was not before they left lasting impressions on the festival and club circuit along with major media appearances such as A Prairie Home Companion. Read more on Last.fm
"The Freight Hoppers high energy performances made a permanent mark on the old-time music scene from the mid to late 90’s. Based in Bryson City , North Carolina , this Rounder Records act topped the bluegrass charts with their first release Where'd You Come From, Where'd You Go. The band took a hiatus when fiddle player David Bass had to have a heart transplant, but that was not before they left lasting impressions on the festival and club circuit along with major media appearances such as A Prairie Home Companion. Acoustic Guitar magazine hailed them as one of the top acoustic artists of the Next Generation.

David is playing his fiddle and dancing again like never before. Frank Lee is still playing that the claw hammer banjo; new members rounding out the band are Isaac Deal on Bass and Thomas Bailey on Rhythm Guitar. Frank, Thomas and Isaac share the vocal spotlight around one microphone." -Jim Roe, Roe Entertainment http://www.roeentertainment.net http://www.myspace.com/thefreighthoppers Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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