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The Appalucians play music from the mountains of Western North Carolina, featuring spirited songwriting, sublime harmonies, and a layered interplay between dobro, guitars, harmonica and banjo.
Their debut album “Bright Hills,” (2018) recorded at Higher Ground Studios in Birmingham, AL has flavors of mountain music, 70’s folk-rock and barroom twang. The Appalucians toured California and Alaska in the summer of 2018 to celebrate the release of Bright Hills.
The moniker “the Appalucians” belies the band’s playful relationship with words, pairing their often mountain-esque sound with the root word “lucia” (latin for “light.”) The Appalucians’ repetoire, comprised mainly of songs penned by Ohio-born Angie Heimann (guitar, vocals, banjo,) and Alabama native Jay Brown (guitar, vocals, harmonica) explores themes both dark and light, connecting to the peaks and valleys of the human experience. Brown’s other projects include rhythm/roots band Lazybirds, his solo work as a one-man-band, and Aditi and Jay - a duet project with his wife Aditi Sethi (vocals, bass, harp.) Heimann’s other projects include performing solo and fronting the California-born band the Blushin’ Roulettes - a duet project with her partner Cas Sochacki (squareneck resphonic guitar.)

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