Contemporary Bluegrass Group Mountain Heart Launches New Website
Nashville, TN (May 9, 2011) — Contemporary bluegrass group, MOUNTAIN HEART has recently launched their new website www.mountainheart.com. The new and improved site will be the main source for all things Mountain Heart. where fans can get all the latest news and information.
The newly designed site allows fans to stay more connected then ever, with live feeds and links to their Facebook and Twitter pages, YouTube channel and more. Additionally, they will soon add regular installments of Mountain Heart TV, which will include vignettes from the road and behind-the-scenes footage from their monthly national radio show. Fans can peruse through special photo galleries, listen to tracks from their latest album, That Just Happened, and order their favorite Mountain Heart merchandise.
Mountain Heart is widely known throughout the music industry for continually redefining the boundaries of acoustic music. It is their superlative musicianship, and more notably their incomparable live performances that have made them one of the most popular contemporary bluegrass bands in the world today. They have their own distinctive sound, which includes accents of blues, soul, country, southern rock and jazz. The six-member group is comprised of Jim VanCleve (Fiddle/Vocals/Producer), Barry Abernathy (Banjo/Vocals), Jason Moore (Bass/Vocals), Josh Shilling (Lead Vocals/Guitar/Keyboards), Aaron Ramsey (Mandolin/Vocals) and Jake Stargel (Guitar).
They consistently sell-out venues wherever they perform and appeal to a wide variety of musical tastes. Since forming in 1999, Mountain Heart has built a legion of fans and played the historic Grand Ole Opry stage over 100 times. Over the years they have shared the stage with a diverse group of performers, including, The Avett Brothers, Grammy Award-winning sensations, Alison Krauss and Vince Gill and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, John Fogerty, Levon Helm, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Mountain Heart is currently headlining their own shows at fairs, festivals and Performing Art Centers across the country.