The foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New York, also known as the Leatherstocking Region, are home to Floodwood featuring Al Schnier & Vinnie Amico of Moe, the Northeast’s newest progressive string band. Its members have performed around the world for the past 20 years, and they continue to reward fans of both newgrass and traditional bluegrass with the musical dexterity and chops of seasoned pros.
Schnier and Amico not only play together in Moe, one of the premier touring bands in the country, but they've also recorded and toured as the Americana group Al & The Transamericans for more than a decade. Likewise, Jason Barady spent 10-plus years recording and touring with the bluegrass group Wooden Spoon from Taos, until returning to his hometown in central New York. Rounding out the band are Nick Piccininni, a violinist, banjo player and fiddler well-established on the bluegrass scene, and bass player Zachary Fleitz, a Berklee graduate and Hypnotic Clambake alumnus. http://www.floodwoodmusic.com/
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