Charlottesville’s own Hackensaw Boys were featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition yesterday morning in an extended interview. They performed a pair of songs and talked about how they first started, their bluegrass style, and their new album, Love What You Do. Charlottesville bluegrass is making a name for itself, in the form of the Hacks and King Wilkie, both of whom are rapidly becoming darlings of different segments of the bluegrass cognoscenti.
2 thoughts on “Hackensaw Boys on NPR”
Fuck this band from a great height.
I see you’re a Hogwaller man. :)
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