The Caverns Sessions

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Led by “Rappalachian” mastermind Rench, the group’s “Long Hard Times to Come” won an instant national audience as the theme for Elmore Leonard’s classic TV EMMY-nominated series Justified. Gangstagrass has continued successfully mining that unlikely mashup, finding common ground on the dance floors of both rural and urban America. Old school hip-hop meets that high-lonesome sound in Gangstagrass.

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