“We’ll All Drink Money”
RECORD LABEL:Mountain Home Music Company
LOCATION:Asheville, North Carolina
The song “We’ll All Drink Money” is a cautionary tale about the dangers of greed. The lyrics describe a world where people are focused on acquiring more and more material possessions — willing to do whatever it takes, even exploit others in the process. The song’s title suggests that, in this world, money will become worthless. Sarcastically, when the well runs dry, we’ll all just drink money.
KEY SELLING POINTS
- 2018 International Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year
- Since forming in 2007, the group has garnered 13 IBMA awards on the heels of 13 critically acclaimed albums.
- Vocalist Buddy Melton won IBMA’s Male Vocalist of the Year and bass player Tim Surrett won IBMA’s Bass Player of the Year in 2018.
- Band Members include: Buddy Melton (fiddle, lead and tenor vocals); Dr. Marc Pruett (banjo); Tim Surrett (bass, dobro, baritone and lead vocals); Caleb Smith (guitar, lead & baritone vocals); and Alan Bibey (mandolin).