Up On The Hill‘s self-titled EP shares a matchless combination of old-time, bluegrass, and folk music. It was released on November 2012 with Josh Corrigan on guitar, banjo, harmonica, and vocals; Kate Corrigan on bassolele; Sean Diaz on fiddle and vocals; and Adam Sherrerd on mandolin and vocals as well.

Roadhouse is a modern blues record that even non-blues fans can love and that blues fans can absolutely appreciate. This song is very catchy despite lasting only for two minutes. It makes the listeners want to dance and shout with glee with every harmony and rhythm released by the various instrument playing in the background.

Pushing the boundaries of bluegrass music is County Drifter. You can never keep your feet from tapping while listening to this song. The instruments playing are cunningly interesting. This song is a statement that bluegrass music is never unappealing.

On the other hand, Stretch would make you get up every morning and stretch your way out to a beautiful day. A piece to listen to while preparing yourself for an awesome day ahead. It is a happy and glorious song, just like how real music should be.

If you are not a fan of blues music , then this EP might just change your mind.

Track List:
1. Roadhouse
2. Country Drifter
3. Stretch
4. Fishbowl
5. Rustle Jones
6. Cumberland Gap

Related Links:
Up On The Hill on Facebook
Up On The Hill on Bandcamp