THE TIME JUMPERS
with The Abrams Brothers
Monday, Feb 04, 2013 8:00 PM CST
(7:00 PM Doors)
3rd and Lindsley, Nashville, TN
The TIME JUMPERS are an award winning Western Swing band from Nashville, Tennessee, with two awards from the Association of Western Artists, one from the Western Music Association and two Grammy nominations! This group of Nashville's studio elite has evolved from casual jam sessions at the Grand Ole Opry to performing on the main stage, and becoming THE Monday night destination in Nashville.
Their individual recording and performing credits cover virtually the entire history of country music, ranging from Slim Whitman to Carrie Underwood, and their members have recorded extensively with artists in other genres as well, from Barbra Streisand to Megadeth.
Their combination of tight arrangements, soulful singers, brilliant soloists, and an irresistibly swinging rhythm section have packed their weekly performances at Nashville's legendary Station Inn for close to ten years, drawing not only their peers, such as fellow recording musicians Glen Worf, Brent Mason, Reggie Young, Bob Moore and countless others, but an amazingly diverse array of stars, including Jimmy Dean, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Jimmy Buffet, Reba McEntire, Robert Plant, BJ Thomas, The White Stripes, Kings of Leon, Luna Halo, Norah Jones, John Rich, Robben Ford, Ronnie Dunn, Bonnie Raitt, Ronnie Milsap and Kelly Clarkson. The list goes on and on!
THE ABRAMS BROTHERS:
"While Kingston, Ont., bluegrass trio The Abrams Brothers may be fresh-faced, sweet-voiced and ready for the spotlight, they're anything but a Canuck version of those Jonas siblings. The Abrams Brothers – John, James, and cousin Elijah – have been blowing away audiences across North America, Europe and Israel for the past several years with their virtuoso playing and effortless harmonies. Fourth-generation musicians whose musical roots stem back to their great-grandparents, the Abrams draw on a long family tradition of performing and recording bluegrass and folk music. Recent Toronto performances have seen even veteran musicians marvel at the mastery of their instruments, which all three began playing as young children."
— Toronto Star