International Recording Artist Sourmash is an accomplished group of seasoned musicians hailing from Pennsylvania. Initially assembled to pay tribute to the guitar-driven songs of southern rock; the band has evolved into a true, original rock and roll act. Sourmash has become a very popular act in the northeastern US over the last few years with a continually growing fan base. Comprised of avid motorcyclists that ride to many of their show; Sourmash is a favorite for festivals and regional motorcycle rallies and is touted as the Baddest Biker Band on the Planet. Formed in 2010, the band has been a consistent headliner for motorcycle rallies, festivals, and clubs. In addition, Sourmash has opened for national acts, such as Blackberry Smoke and David Allan Coe. National act, Luke Combs opened for Sourmash in December 2016.
On the heels of First Shot (the debut CD of Sourmash) in April 2015; the first single Flesh and Bone, has received airplay on FM radio stations and SiriusXM. The single, You Are Everything was featured in the film, A Fancy Piece of Homicide. The single, Flesh and Bone was featured on the CBS TV show, Scorpion in April, 2017. First Shot is available for sale on Amazon, iTunes, CD Baby, and Goggle Play as well as the Sourmash website. CD sales of First Shot have reached respectable levels, both nationally and internationally. Songs from Sourmash are available nationally in 99% of jukeboxes across the country (AMI and Touch Tunes). This award-winning band was voted People's Choice Winner in the inaugural Pittsburgh City Paper's Face The Music battle; was listed as Touch Tunes' 2015 Breakout Band; was Clayton USA's Pick of the Week in 2012; and has been featured several times in the Thunder Roads motorcycle magazine.
The powerful Sourmash performances showcase the band’s many talents. Strong and clear vocals; a grinding three-guitar attack; lush harmonies of both voice and guitar; and the thunderous panache of bass and drums combine to define the Sourmash sound. The musicians also display their abilities playing keyboards, mandolin and fiddle to enhance the aural excitement. The highlight of the show however, is the participation of the crowd. Whether the audience is dancing, singing along, or shouting “Hell Yeah!” – it is that energy that keeps Sourmash alive.
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Tim Henry – Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin
Nick Farine – Guitar, Vocals
Ken Harnish – Keyboards, Guitar, Vocals
Matt Knapp - Drums, Fiddle
Dave Stanoszek - Bass