Last seen here a few years ago with Molly Tuttle, we welcome back the very talented Rachel Baiman with her troupe…
Originally from Chicago, singer/ songwriter/fiddler/guitarist Rachel Baiman moved to Nashville at eighteen, and has spent the last decade working as a musician in a wide variety of roles, from session musician (Molly Tuttle, Kelsey Waldon, Caroline Spence), to live side woman (Kacey Musgraves, Amy Ray), to bandmate and producer.
Fiddle music was her first love, and she is known in the bluegrass and old time world for her work with progressive acoustic duo 10 String Symphony with fiddle player Christian Sedelmyer. Her first solo album Shame, was produced by Andrew Marlin of Mandolin Orange, and established her role as part of a new generation of political songwriters
Mush collective very rarely play locally, which is such a shame, as they are one of the region most talented and unusually unique troupe’s. Lead by the songwriting duo of Nicky Rushton ( All Because The Lady Loves) & Sarah Van Jellie, they are joined by Penny Callow (cello) Bernard Wright (fiddle) & special guests.