American string band Uncle Earl formed in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2000. Founded by singer/songwriters K.C. Groves and Jo Serrapere, the band's early years set the tradition of an all-female lineup that included Amanda Kowalski, Casey Henry, Sally Truitt, and Tahmineh Gueramy. This initial lineup yielded the 2002 independently released album She Went Upstairs. A winning mix of traditional folk, bluegrass, and old-timey string band music, Uncle Earl's music found favor among the folk and roots music circuit, though Groves' eventual relocation to Colorado led to the dissolution of the original group. By the end of 2003, however, Groves had put in place the group's best known and most successful lineup. With Groves on mandolin, guitar, and vocals, and new recruits Kristin Andreassen (guitar, fiddle, ukulele, harmonica, vocals, clogging), ...
Read Full Biography

Album Highlights

See Full Discography

Artists Moods

Artists Themes