Humble Tripe
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Jan 08, 2015
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: Humble Tripe

Moving from songwriter to symphony, resulting in a haunting landscape of beautiful swells, dramatic tension and space, North Carolina based Humble Tripe shines on their latest album, The Giving.

Humble Tripe’s Shawn Luby, a nationally recognized classical guitar player in his youth, along with longtime collaborator and Berklee School of Music graduate Stud Green, have been quickly gaining attention after winning numerous traditional grass roots band and songwriting competitions up and down the East Coast. The duo brings their sweet brand of orchestral folk back to the West Coast, and along with it, a glimpse into the future of southern American folk music.

“A joy to behold, a collection of lovely, sublime melodies that shimmer and sparkle with a radiance all their own.” - No Depression

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