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Throughout nearly 20 years of making music as The Avett Brothers, Scott, Seth and their bandmates have indeed done their share of living: marriages, babies, divorces, illnesses, death and more babies. Today, they released their 10th studio album, The Third Gleam. The Third Gleam , as its name suggests, follows two other Gleams released in and , respectively, and it finds them returning to a more stripped-down approach associated with their early days as a band: just Scott, Seth and Bob. A guitar, a banjo and a stand-up bass. A true touring band, The Avett Brothers were on the road almost constantly before the pandemic caused an indefinite hiatus of live music in America. Of course not. Find the full list below, and listen to The Third Gleam right here. Sorry, guys.
Following on from Seth and Scott's former rock band Nemo, The Avett Brothers combine bluegrass , country , punk , pop melodies, folk , rock and roll , indie rock , honky tonk , and ragtime to produce a novel sound described by the San Francisco Chronicle as having the "heavy sadness of Townes Van Zandt , the light pop concision of Buddy Holly , the tuneful jangle of the Beatles , the raw energy of the Ramones. Scott and Seth Avett have played music together since childhood because their grandmother was a concert pianist and their father Jim Avett was a guitarist. Margo had released the song "Dumbfight" on a compilation album before merging with Nemo. After releasing three albums with Nemo, the Avetts started experimenting with acoustic music with some friends at night. When Nemo broke up Scott and Seth continued to write acoustic music together. In early the stand-up bassist Bob Crawford, formerly of the Memphis Quick 50, joined the Avetts, and the band released their first full-length album, Country Was.
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