4 of the Most Underrated Bluegrass Bands of All Time

Bluegrass is the kind of music that soothes the soul. Many artists have found their way into the hearts of listeners, serious fans or not.

The Dillards:  Launching their career in 1963, The Dillards, with their appearances on The Andy Griffith Show, brought bluegrass to a new generation. Inducted into the Bluegrass Hall of Fame, they deserve more recognition today.

The McCormick Brothers: From Gallatin, Tennessee, The McCormick Brothers were a major bluegrass band in the 1950s. Despite their early success, they are mostly unknown today.

The Lonesome Pine Fiddlers:  With a name epitomizing bluegrass, The Lonesome Pine Fiddlers inspired new musicians for three decades. Their songs “Baby You’re Cheatin’” and “Don’t Forget Me” are classics.

Trampled By Turtles:  A modern band blending folk and bluegrass, Trampled By Turtles keeps the spirit of bluegrass alive for contemporary audiences, deserving their spot among underrated bands.