THE FARM HANDS
“Bluegrass DNA” serves as the title-cut from the band’s next full-length project coming later this year. With lead vocals by Farm Hands founder Tim Graves, the song also showcases members Don Wayne Reno, Jimmy Haynes and Terry Eldredge who performs the instrumental. The single pays tribute to multiple founding fathers of Bluegrass while showcasing how the tradition lives on through newer generations of pickers. It was written by Tim Graves along with Nita and Tedd Graves. At one point it even mentions the hit “I’m Using My Bible For A Roadmap” a track made famous by greats Red Smiley and Don Reno. The latter is also the father of current Farm Hands member Don Wayne Reno, which marks a full-circle moment for the banjo extraordinaire.
KEY SELLING POINTS
- The Farm Hands won Best Gospel Bluegrass Group at the 2019-20 Bluegrass Music Awards
- Since 2010, The Farm Hands have amassed 70+ awards and multiple bluegrass charting songs