Mountain Fever Records is proud to announce the release of brand new music from Nothin’ Fancy. “Where I Came From” is available to radio today and is the title track of a new album due for release October 7th.
Where I Came From is Nothin’ Fancy’s sophomore album for Mountain Fever Records since signing with the Virginia-based label in 2015. Nothin’ Fancy, also based in Virginia, is comprised ofMike Andes on mandolin, Mitchell Davis on banjo, Chris Sexton on fiddle, Tony Shorter on bass and Caleb Cox on guitar. Together, the band hosts one of the most successful fall bluegrass festivals in the country annually, drawing thousands to Buena Vista located in the Shenandoah Valley region of the state. With this year’s festival happening September 22nd through 25th, it only made sense for the band to introduce an audience of their most loyal fans to their new single, touting their love for their home-state.
“Mike Andes writes much of the material for Nothin’ Fancy including ‘Where I Came From,'” stated Mark Hodges of Mountain Fever Records. “In the song, the singer laments of missing his home in Virginia and longing to return. When it became clear that would be the title of the album, it made sense to launch the title track as the first single and release it to radio the same week as the Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Festival. Some of the band’s most loyal fans travel from all over the country to join the band for this event each year so it was just a natural fit.”
“Where I Came From” is the first single from the band’s second album for Mountain Fever Records and radio programmers may download the single via AirPlayDirect.Consumers may download the first single and preorder the album here. Where I Came From will be released everywhere great music is sold on October 7th. For more about Nothin’ Fancy and the Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Festival, visit www.nothinfancybluegrass.com.