Sometimes rowdy, sometimes reverent, always a ruckus! Featuring spine-tingling vocal harmonies, spirited banjo-fiddle breakdowns, hillbilly blues and ballads, and jug band stompers, with some flatfoot dancing to boot, Moonshine Holler captures the essence of American roots music on more musical instruments than they can juggle, including: fiddle, banjo, guitar, Hawaiian guitar, harmonica and ukulele. The duet has performed at festivals, concerts and music camps across the country, and their new CD, "Old Time Melodies" (recorded by the Berkshire's own Bobby Sweet), has earned them rave reviews and spots at prestigious festivals including "The Old Songs" and "The New Bedford" Folk Festivals. Bradley has performed with Rounder Record's "Uncle Earl" as well as with banjo innovator Tony Trischka and traditional music powerhouse Bruce Molsky. Dillof is a member of the legendary NYC-based band "Major Contay & The Canebrake Rattlers" and the Ohio-based "Cuyahogians". Together, as Moonshine Holler, they can only be described as "a two-person music festival that captures the essence of American southern roots music."
CONCERT IS FREE AN OPEN TO THE PUBLIC