Tennessee Jed – “Soul Country Pimpgrass”

Tennessee born musician Jed Fisher is now known to the world as bluegrass sensation Tennessee Jed. He began playing guitar at 10 and winning vocal competitions by age 14. He went through many musical phases growing up in central North Carolina and played nearly every style of popular music from industrial metal to bluegrass, hippie rock to soul and R&B. After a stint backing Billboard-charting country sensation Jason Michael Carroll, Jed spent a couple of years honing his craft in Nashville while exploring the bluegrass roots of his Southern heritage. In February of 2018 Tennessee Jed released his newest album “Pimpgrass” and the video for his song “Soul Country Pimpgrass”

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“Soul Country Pimpgrass” is an up-tempo tune that combines traditional style with modern production. Lyrically, Jed tells the story of visiting a local record store to see the current state of music. He observes people lost in the fashion and trendiness of genres, missing the essential soul that music should have. After he commiserates with the shop owner, Jed shares his music with the world and brings everyone to a better place, unifying the different groups to groove along with him. The song features lightning quick solos and beautifully blended vocal harmonies. Most importantly, it is full of the heart, soul, and respect for the rich tradition this music has. You can listen to “Soul Country Pimpgrass” on our Prime Cuts Playlist on Spotify and Youtube and follow Tennessee Jed on the links below. Please continue to support artists like Tennessee Jed and share this music with everyone you know.


Official Website – https://www.tnjed.net

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/tnjedband

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/tnjedband/

Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/c/TNJed4

Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/tnjedband

“Tennessee Jed” Fisher – lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Scott Vestal (Sam Bush Band) – banjo
Todd Parks (Sam Bush Band) – upright and bass guitar
Luke Bulla (Lyle Lovett, Lee Ann Womack, Ricky Skaggs) – fiddle, baritone vocals
Josh Shilling (Mountain Heart) – Hammond B3, piano, Wurlitzer, clavinette, tenor vocals
Andy Hall (Infamous Stringdusters) – dobro
Patrick McAvinue (Dailey & Vincent) – mandolin
Bob Mummert (Dailey & Vincent, Roy Orbison) – drums, percussion
Aaron McCune (Dailey & Vincent, Oak Ridge Boys) – bass vocals

Categories: Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Funk, Neofolk, Soul, Stoner

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