- When did Sierra Hull get married?
- What kind of mandolin does Sierra Hull play?
- Is Sierra Hull related to Cordell Hull?
- How is a mandocello tuned?
- What kind of strings does Sierra Hull use?
- Where did Sierra Ferrell grow up?
- What kind of music does Sierra Ferrell play?
When did Sierra Hull get married?
Last month saw the union of a pair of beloved bluegrass musicians when Sierra Hull and Justin Moses were married on May 14 in a small, private ceremony at an historic home in Brentwood, TN.2 giu 2017
What kind of mandolin does Sierra Hull play?
Sierra Hull plays a fiddle tune on her Northfield octave mandolin.
She has a brother, Cody, and is a distant cousin of former United States Secretary of State Cordell Hull.
How is a mandocello tuned?
The MANDOCELLO is the largest instrument in the Weber mandolin family. Like the cello is to the violin, so is the mandocello to the mandolin. It is the baritone/bass instrument in the ensemble. A full octave below the mandola, it is typically tuned to C, G, D, and A.
What kind of strings does Sierra Hull use?
“D’Addario strings have the best tone around, in my opinion. It’s great to be able to go to one place for all my string needs on several instruments!” “D’Addario strings have the best tone around, in my opinion.
Where did Sierra Ferrell grow up?
Growing up in small-town West Virginia, the singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist left home in her early 20s to journey across the country with a troupe of nomadic musicians, playing everywhere from truck stops to alleyways to freight-train boxcars speeding down the railroad tracks.
What kind of music does Sierra Ferrell play?
Blending her dramatic, retro (but not corny) voice with a potent mix of bluegrass, jazz, and calypso—as well as appearances by heavy hitters Jerry Douglas, Sarah Jarosz, and Billy Strings—Sierra Ferrell’s new album, Long Time Coming, has been one of the year’s most anticipated releases in Americana circles and beyond.