Highly Likely

  • Local
  • folk
  • rock
  • jam
  • roots
  • americana
  • newgrass bluegrass americana
  • bluegrass

Five distinct songwriters with a variety of influences combine to make jamgrass magic! Traditional bluegrass instrumentation with a twist (drums and harmonica!), with a heavy focus on original songs, vocal harmonies, and free-flow jams, it's highly likely to get you up and dancing! The band's first album, "Sunrise," weaves together jamgrass, blues, Americana, and reggae sounds. Themes about nature and good times, with a side of self reflection and social consciousness, are found throughout

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“Shiny Objects” gets the Highly Likely Treatment 

The song is catchy, trippy, and makes you want to bop around as you think about the shiny objects in our worlds and on our screens. Readers, I can’t tell you how much this video is perfect for this band. Tin foil hats, velvet suits, the coolest van you’ve ever seen, and five people having a blast is what Highly Likely is all about.

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Quarantunes: Via Moose 

While we have all been dealing with our quarantine however we have been dealing with it. Some of us have had to still work, and some are not and are at home trying to figure out if that table really needs to be cleaned again, I mean it’s been an hour? Music has been there for us. To keep us sane amidst a pandemic the likes of which we have never seen before.

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Album Review: Sunrise - Highly Likely 

Highly Likely are a super group of sorts. Five people from different bands converging into one folky bluegrassy super group. The members are: Andy Tracy (percussion, harmonica, vocals formerly of Blue Caboose), Brian Bowling (banjo and member of Twig&leaf), Char Bowling (guitar, vocals, and also of Twig&Leaf), Jeff Roades (bass, vocals, and a troubadour), and Mark Miller (mandolin, vocals).

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Life is a Carnival 

Mark your calendar for Life is a Carnival Music and Arts Fest on Saturday, September 15th at the beautiful Treasure Lake in Petersburg, KY. 

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