Bowerbird – Aubrey Eisenman and The Clydes

Travianna Records is delighted to bring listeners the brand new album from Asheville, NC – based Aubrey Eisenman & The Clydes. They are a supercharged and progressive bluegrass group with an incredible Americana sound. 

THINGS TO KNOW

Bowerbird features the talents of: Aubrey Eisenman – bass and lead vocal
Justin Eisenman – guitar and vocals
John Duncan – fiddle and vocals
Aaron Ramsey – special guest on mandolin

  • Fans love Aubrey’s easy vocals and original songs. 
  • All tracks on Bowerbird feature Aubrey’s writings, except “50 Ways To Leave Your Lover,” a Paul Simon favorite.
  • The band’s first single from this album, “Livewire” charted for several weeks on the Bluegrass Today Weekly Americana Chart.
  • Aubrey & Justin Eisenman recently welcomed their second child to their family. 
  • Travianna Records’ President, Mark Hodges described Aubrey Eisenman & The Clydes well when he said:

“There’s something about their sound that’s really different.
When you hear them play it sounds very familiar,
but then you realize it’s like nothing you’ve ever heard before.” 

LIVEWIRE – From Aubrey Eisenman

Hot New Single Available Now!
Travianna Records is delighted to bring listeners a new single from Asheville, NC – based Aubrey Eisenman & The Clydes. “Livewire” is the first single from the band’s upcoming project, Bowerbird, due out later this spring.

The band is fronted by bassist and vocalist, Aubrey Eisenman. She is joined by her husband, Justin Eisenman providing guitar and vocals, and John Duncan with fiddle and vocals. 

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“Livewire” was written by Aubrey and is an upbeat, progressive, grassy tune that tells about two lovers traveling the country together. Aubrey provides the lead vocals with Justin and John providing the harmony. It’s got a slick mandolin kick off, tasteful fiddle and mandolin fills, strong rhythm, killer instrumental breaks, Aubrey’s easy and pleasant vocal,  and on point harmonies. What more could a bluegrass and Americana music lover want?

The lyrics say:
“I was a livewire,
swinging hot and wild on a windy day.
Waiting for my ride
to get me to the west coast,
so I could fall for you
traveling down the highway.”


If you’re new to Aubrey and the band, Travianna Records’ President, Mark Hodges describes them up the best. He says, “There’s something about their sound that’s really different. When you hear them play it sounds very familiar, but then you realize it’s like nothing you’ve ever heard before.” 
 

For more about Aubrey Eisenman & The Clydes, visit their website.

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