LMR Bluegrass-fed Live Music: Horseshoes & Hand Grenades

Long Meadow Ranch Winery

June 3, 2018
Time: 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Price: $35 Advance / $45 Door / Youth 12 & under are complimentary

To kick-off our 2018 Bluegrass-fed music series, we welcome Horseshoes & Hand Grenades on Sunday, June 3rd at Farmstead. Reserve tickets with the link in bio.

After seven years, three albums, innumerable sold out shows, and countless beers, bluegrass mavericks Horseshoes & Hand Grenades appropriately consider themselves a “family” on a wild, wonderful, and often whacky roller coaster. The bond between the quintet—David C. Lynch [harmonica, accordion, spoons, vocals], Collin Mettelka [fiddle, mandolin, vocals], Russell Pedersen [banjo, fiddle, vocals], Adam Greuel [guitar, dobro, vocals], and Samual Odin [bass]—fuels their creativity and chemistry on stage and in the studio.

“Sometimes, it feels like we’re modern-day cowboys on some kind of strange journey,” Adam affirms with a laugh. “We’re five friends who set out to do something we enjoy doing, meet interesting people, see old friends and make some new buddies along the way. Because of that, everything happens organically.” That’s been the case since these five musicians first met in Stevens Point, WI at college, joined forces and hit the road post-graduation in 2013. They have ignited stages alongside everyone from Greensky Bluegrass, Yonder Mountain String Band, The Infamous Stringdusters, and Trampled By Turtles to Railroad Earth, Merle Haggard, and Marty Stuart in addition to appearances at festivals such as Delfest, High Sierra Music Festival, Blue Ox Music Festival, Northwest String Summit, John Hartford Memorial Festival, and many more. Their three albums—Another Round [2012], This Old Town [2013], and Middle Western [2015]—have spawned fan favorite hits, including “Get Down To It,” “Stuck On Your Mind,” and “Whiskey.” In many ways, everything set the stage for the 2018 offering, The Ode. Ultimately, the Horseshoes & Hand Grenades family grows stronger by the day. The Ode is proof. “The best part of this has been building a community,” Adam leaves off. “In this day and age, it’s wise to look for things that bring people together rather than separate them. We’re creating an extended family to get through these times together. That’s the ‘Horseshoe Crew.’ Everything happens because of that bond.”