The SteelDrivers dropped by the historic Grand Ole Opry and shared a mesmerizing version of their song "I'll Be There."
The talented five-piece band hails from Nashville, and their hometown performance is filled with impressive and impeccable harmonies. It's a four minute performance that you've got to see to believe.
The fiddle and banjo stand out alongside Gary Nichols' gruff vocals that are filled with pure passion. When the entire group comes together for the chorus, they bring life to the track's heartfelt lyrics.
Not a sound can be heard in the Grand Ole Opry during the impressive performance. The music breaks long enough for Tammy Rogers to show off her fast fingers on the fiddle. Brent Truitt holds it down on the mandolin while Richard Bailey strums along on his banjo.
If you want to catch the SteelDrivers out on the road, you're in luck. The five-piece band will be on the road through June, with dates scheduled across the south. You can find a complete list of tour dates at their official website.
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At the 2016 Grammy Awards, the group won Best Bluegrass Album for their record The Muscle Schoals Recordings. That 11-track album is now available on iTunes and is the perfect introduction to their music.
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