The Steeldrivers At Grand Ole Opry
The SteelDrivers is a bluegrass band that incorporates a wide variety of musical influences, creating a new sound with traditional roots. Band members are Mike Fleming on bass and vocals, Gary Nichols on guitar and vocals, Tammy Rogers on fiddle and vocals, Brett Truitt on mandolin, and Richard Bailey on banjo. Each member of the SteelDrivers has an impressive portfolio as a songwriter, session musician, or producer. Between them, they've worked with nearly all of the biggest names in Nashville and, as part of The SteelDrivers, they continue to make distinguished names for themselves. The SteelDrivers' sound is based in bluegrass, with heavy doses of blues, soul, and country. Their songs like “Blue Side of the Mountain,” “Drinkin' Dark Whiskey,” “A Hero in Harlan,” and “Where the Rainbow Never Dies” have a bluesy, darkly authentic feel that brings to mind the roots of bluegrass and country music. The SteelDrivers have been nominated for multiple Grammy Awards and won a Grammy for “Blue Side of the Mountian.” The group has released three albums: The SteelDrivers, Reckless, and Hammer Down. Reckless reached No. 2 on bluegrass charts. The SteelDrivers' music is prominently featured in the soundtrack for the film Get Low.