Yonder Mountain String Band Announce Spring Tour 2022
Yonder Mountain String Band Announces 2022 Spring Tour Dates
Anyone that has been lucky enough to catch Yonder Mountain String Band lately is in on a little secret…
Yonder is BACK!
I mean, they never went away, but longtime fans are delighting in what seems like a new, invigorated band, performing at a peak level, and appearing to be having a ton of fun on stage while they’re at it.
Is this change in the band is due to the addition of multi-instrumentalist Nick Piccininni (watch our Nick Piccininni interview) or because of having more time to gel as a group?
We don’t know, but it doesn’t matter.
Yonder Mountain String Band is on FIRE right now.
And, luckily, they just announced a Spring Tour for 2022 that will hopefully come to YOUR town so you can see for yourself!
(If you’re lucky enough to be heading to Strings & Sol in December, you’ll get more than a sneak peek!)
Check out the Yonder Mountain String Band Spring Tour 2022 Schedule:
Yonder Mountain String Band Announce 2022 Spring Tour Schedule
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