Bluegrass aus den USA
If you’ve been around bluegrass much, you might recognize a few of the smiling faces that make up Level Best. Or the names of some of the fine bands they’ve been in over the years. This is a group of veterans that knows how to please an audience.
With exciting solo work on fiddle, dobro, mandolin, and banjo, Level Best has that soulful polish, earned with years of playing bluegrass and country music.
But you’ll often hear it said in bluegrass, it’s all about the singing. And that goes double for Level Best, or, more accurately, quadruple. Because four members of the band love to sing, and all are at home singing lead or harmony. That makes a dozen different trio combinations, and a unique range of vocal colors in one band.
Listen to Wally turn it loose on Paint the Town, or Lisa Kay’s close harmony rendition of Pathway of Teardrops, or James’s revival of Riding My Thumb to Mexico, or Terry’s take on High on a Hilltop, and you’ve already been on an amazingly varied vocal journey.
With an engaging repertoire of bluegrass and country gems, Level Best is primed to make its mark with audiences everywhere.