A few of those songs include tunes from Tom Petty, John Prine, The Rolling Stones, The Grateful Dead, Old Crow Medicine Show, Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and even Led Zeppelin.
Hill said there are a number of tunes from Zeppelin and The Stones that work well as acoustical numbers, especially since the band gives each song its own personal twist, including Bob Dylan’s “Wagon Wheel,” one of the most requested songs at nearly each and every performance.
Joining Hill on this musical endeavor is a trio of talents — Denny Hayes providing vocals, guitar and bass, the enchanting Kelly Countermine on vocals, four string banjo and guitar, and Nathan Cutshall on bass and vocals.
Pair all this with Hill’s soulful blues harp, mandolin, foot percussion plus vocals and the result is a band with a signature sound and vocals performed in three- or four-part harmony.
“This is our second time at Elk Creek and we’re thrilled to play at such a popular venue that attracts both area musicians as well as national acts,” Hill said. “We try and get the crowd involved as much as we can and we always try and make sure everyone has a great time.”