The LA Bluegrass Situation has released another Artist Session with The Wild Reeds to add to their video series leading up to the festival, which takes place October 3, 2015. The LA Bluegrass Situation began the tight knit, tech savvy, real life roots community in 2012. Ed Helms and Amy Reitnouer, two passionate creatives, came up with a hub for American roots music, culture, and lifestyle of one-of-a-kind live shows, concerts and workshops, which has spiraled into a successful brand. A brand that yearns for the handmade and authentic with a high standard for the very best talent, quality content, and finely tuned aesthetic.
Within the past three years The LA Bluegrass Situation has featured some of the best Americana, Folk, and Bluegrass artists. These artists have become so popular by demand that the LABS has begun featuring them in artists sessions leading up to the grand show. Last week’s artist feature was The Wild Reeds, an indie folk rock band. Wild Reeds who started as a trio has transformed over the last year into a 5 person band that has swept the west coast with their connective music. Their newest album “Blind and Brave” tells the story of the working class, encourages listeners to care about their roots, keep it beautiful, to connect with one another, and to be brave. This is a similar story Weber Fine Acoustic Instruments portrays with their product line. Weber intends to inspire musicians with beautiful tones and stunning aesthetics that truly reflect the company’s Montana roots.
Weber is a proud sponsor of the LA Bluegrass Situation Festival. The talented artists who play amazing music have motivated Weber and Weber strives to motivate those artists with our wonderful handcrafted instruments. Be sure to check back in about more updates for the LA Bluegrass Situation Festival on October 3, 2015!