Avett Brothers

Avett Brothers

American folk rock band

Band

Musicians:
Scott Avett (Banjo, Vocals)
Seth Avett (Guitar, Vocals)
Bob Crawford (Bass)
Joe Kwon (Cello)
Mike Marsh (Drums)
Paul Defiglia (B3, Keyboard)
Tania Elizabeth (Fiddle)

Avett Brothers on KCRW

True Sadness is the Avett Brothers' highest debuting album ever and also their most autobiographical.

Avett Brothers

True Sadness is the Avett Brothers' highest debuting album ever and also their most autobiographical.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

After years of enjoying songs from North Carolina's Avett Brothers, we're proud to feature a live session on Morning Becomes Eclectic with the group. If their new record is any indication-- it promises to be stellar. Join us at 11:15am.

Avett Brothers

After years of enjoying songs from North Carolina's Avett Brothers, we're proud to feature a live session on Morning Becomes Eclectic with the group. If their new record is any indication-- it promises to be stellar. Join us at 11:15am.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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