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The Vine Brothers -


Greg Bucking - guitar, lead and harmony vocals

Joe Credit III - mandolin, lead and harmony vocals

Garrett Jones - bass, harmony vocals


After a decade of touring the country in a packed out Subaru Outback, The Vine Brothers took some time out to work on various musical projects and recordings. Now they are back to performing live, a little wiser and a little more determined. The trio uses mandolin, guitar, upright bass, and vocal harmonies to captivate audiences with their crafty songwriting, fiery improvisation, and soulful delivery.  The band's versatility spans the range from rootsy folk to hot swing to bluegrass and blues, and makes them equally at home whether performing in an intimate club or on a large festival stage.


The Vine Brothers were awarded Americana Group of the Year in 2016 by The International Music and Entertainment Association’s 4th Annual IMEA Awards.  Their third album No Candy was nominated for Americana Album of the Year , and the song "The Well" received a nomination for Americana Song of the Year.  The song “East of Albuquerque” was chosen as a finalist in the 2016 International Songwriting Competition (ISC) for Best Instrumental, while the 2018 single "Get Me To Arkansas" was a finalist in the 2018 ISC for Best Americana song.


The band's first two albums, 2012's Low Rent and 2013’s The Devil and the Deep Black Sky received considerable airplay on over 100 stations in the US and Canada and charted in six cities. They have had songs placed on The Discovery Channel and Apple TV.  In 2019, the band released its fourth full length album Surfing Through The Looking Glass.



"One of the best and most innovative bluegrass-Americana bands in the U.S.  They arguably hold the mantle of Americana music."

-Phil Westcott, Triple Cities Carousel, Binghamton, NY


"No Candy is absolutely delicious!"

-Stacey Zering, No Depression


"Django meets Tom Waits chauffeured by a gypsy bandwagon."

-Torin Andersen, F5 Paper, Wichita, KS


"Bright and buttery... flamboyant with a touch of oak...  Kick-ass but not too tart."

-Bonnie Grice, WPPB 88.3 FM, Southampton, NY