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Jackson Hollow

Put four of the industry's finest together and you create something special. That something is Jackson Hollow with a sound that is “simple, powerful, and instantly magnetic”. The blend of heart-wrenching vocals and dead-on harmonies is backed by prodigious instrumental talent that "strikes a chord with people of all ages, backgrounds and musical tastes."

In June 2021, the three-time BCCMA Traditional Country Award-winning bluegrass band, was chosen for an IBMA International Showcase and later signed with Virginia-based bluegrass label, Mountain Fever Records. Their debut release, “Travelin Heart”, reached #10 on the US Bluegrass Today Charts and was September’s 2nd most played bluegrass song on Sirius XM. Soon after, “Shallow Rivers” became a fan favourite, reaching # 6 on the Roots Music Report, #12 on the US Bluegrass today chart and is the 3rd most played single on Sirius Xm’s Bluegrass Junction. Their holiday hit, “A Song for Christmas”, gained over 14,000 views on YouTube.Jackson Hollow’s growing success landed them on the cover of Bluegrass Canada Magazine for January 2022.

Lead vocalist and four-time BCCMA Award winner Tianna Lefebvre “has a voice that stops traffic”. Winner of the BCCMA Female Vocalist of the Year and Horizon Award, Tianna has performed with renowned artists such as Shania Twain, Michelle Wright, and Russell DeCarle. The band’s fiddle and mandolin player, Mike Sanyshyn, holds four Provincial Fiddle Champion titles and placed in the top 3 at the Canadian Grand Masters Fiddle Championship. The CCMA and BCCMA Fiddle Player of the Year has toured with Grammy-nominated artist Deric Ruttan, and worked with legendary artists Ian Tyson, The Good Brothers, Lucille Starr, and Randy Bachman.

BCCMA music award winner and Juno nominee Charlie Frie’s upright bass and vocals lay a soulful foundation for the band’s timeless harmonies. Juno nominee and Canadian Folk Music award winner Eric Reed (guitar/banjo) is a multi-instrumentalist and producer/recording engineer.