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HotPickin 57's

Party Band, Cover Band, Wedding band

HotPickin 57's

Hot Pickin 57s, known for their vibrant and engaging performances, bring to life a delightful blend of Bluegrass, Classic Country, and Americana music. Hot Pickin 57s take inspiration from legends like Bill Monroe, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Flatt & Scruggs, Bob Wills, Doc Watson, Johnny Rodriguez, and more.



The band enjoys creating a close bond with their audience, whether they're playing at large festivals or more intimate venues. They not only perform but also share insights into the music they love. Hot Pickin 57s offer their musical talents for various events, including house concerts, festivals, corporate functions, private parties, community centers, and libraries. They are versatile in their setups, performing as a trio, four-piece, or even a five-piece ensemble to fit the occasion.



Trio: acoustic guitar/mandolin, banjo, upright bass, lead and harmony vocals

4-Piece: acoustic guitar/mandolin, banjo, fiddle, upright bass, lead and harmony vocals

5-Piece: acoustic guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, upright bass, lead and harmony vocals



Genre: Bluegrass Classic Country Americana

HotPickin' 57'S
Song List

Instrumentals 
Angeline The Baker (Traditional)
Ashokan Farewell (Jan Unger)
Back in the Day (Max Zimmet)
Beaumont Rag (Doc Watson)
Big Sandy (Kenny Baker & Bill Monroe)
Bill Cheatham (Traditional)
Billy in the Lowground (Traditional)
Black Mountain Rag (Doc Watson)
Blackberry Blossom (Traditional)
Clinch Mountain Backstep (Ralph Stanley)
Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Earl Scruggs)
Foggy Mountain Special (Flatt & Scruggs)
Forked Deer (Traditional)
Gold Rush (Bill Monroe)
Minor Swing (Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli)
Peaches and Cream (Alan Munde)
Ridin’ the Moonlight (Max Zimmet)
Road to Columbus (Bill Monroe)
Sally Goodin (Traditional)
Salt Creek (Bill Monroe)
Shenandoah Valley Breakdown (Bill Monroe)
Snug & Clyde (Max Zimmet)
Soldier’s Joy (Traditional)
St. Anne’s Reel (Traditional)
Sweet Georgia Brown (Maceo Pinkard and Ken Casey)
Turkey in The Straw (Traditional)
Whiskey Before Breakfast (Traditional)
Wildwood Flower (Carter Family)

Bluegrass
99 Years (Hot Rize)
Blue Ridge Cabin Home (Gladys Stacey and Louise Certain)
Deep River Blues (Doc Watson)
Down the Road (Flatt & Scruggs)
Fireball Mail (Fred Rose)
High on the Mountain Top (Traditional)
Kentucky Waltz (Bill Monroe)
Little Sadie (Traditional)
Lonesome Pine (Blue Highway)
Man of Constant Sorrow (Traditional)
Midnight on the Highway (Hot Rize)
Molly & Tenbrooks (Bill Monroe)
Nellie Kane (Hot Rize)
Nine Pound Hammer (Doc Watson)
Old Home Place (The Dillards)
Pain in My Heart (Otis Redding)
Rocky Top (Osborne Brothers)
Salty Dog Blues (Flatt & Scruggs)
Shady Grove
Someday We’ll Meet Again Sweetheart
Think Of What You've Done (Stanley Brothers)
Vincent Black Lightning 1952 (Del McCoury)
Wagon Wheel (Bob Dylan and Ketch Secor)
Walking the Dog (Webb Pierce)
Wonder Where You Are Tonight (Hank Snow)

Country
Blue Eyes Cryin’ in the Rain (Willie Nelson)
Eight More Miles to Louisville (Grandpa Jones)
Feathered Indians (Tyler Childers)
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)
Good Morning Country Rain (The Whites)
Hey Good Lookin' (Hank Williams)
Jambalaya (Hank Williams)
Mama Tried (Merle Haggard)
Mind Your Own Business (Hank Williams)
Take This Hammer (Leadbelly)
Thanks a Lot (Ernest Tubb)
Time Changes Everything (Bob Wills)
White Freightliner Blues (Townes Van Zandt)
White Lightning (George Jones)
Wrong Road Again (Crystal Gayle/Lonesome River Band)
Your Cheatin Heart (Hank Williams)

Americana
All About You (Doc Watson)
Country Roads (John Denver)
Deep River Blues (Doc Watson)
Don’t Think Twice (Bob Dylan)
How I Got to Memphis (Tom T. Hall)
Ridin’ My Thumb to Mexico (Johnny Rodriguez)
Ripple (Grateful Dead)
Sweet Georgia Brown (Maceo Pinkard and Ken Casey)
Vincent Black Lightning (Richard Thompson)
Wagon Wheel (Bob Dylan and Ketch Secor)
White Freightliner Blues (Townes Van Zandt)

Gospel
Amazing Grace (Traditional)
I’ll Fly Away (Allison Karuss & Gillian Welch)
I Saw the Light (Hank Williams)
Man in the Middle (The Cupps)
Will the Circle Be Unbroken (Carter Family)

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