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Head For The Hills, or as fans refer to them H4TH, have already opened for some of the biggest names in the bluegrass and acoustic communities like Bela Fleck, T-Bone Burnett and Earl Scruggs. The members met one another in Fort Collins, Colorado and recorded their debut LP Robber's Roost in 2007 with the help of Sally Van Meter who had also worked with the likes of Bob Dylan and Jerry Garcia. The young members of Head For The Hills have deep respect for the founders of bluegrass and although they know all the classic traditional standards, the group have also helped to progress the genre by performing new grass originals that consistently manage to win over festival crowds across the country.
The Grouch is an Oakland native and member of the rap collective Living Legends. He has released 12 solo records between 1995 and 2009, and has appeared on over 30 compilations during that time. He is a very prominent member of the independent hip-hop community. The Grouch prefers dub step and down-tempo beats as opposed to most of the hyphy music circulating his home town. He has even experimented in playing with a singer, instead of just doing his rapping, under the name The Grouch & Eligh.
¡MAYDAY! is a hip-hop and rock collective from Miami, Florida, that started out as a duo in 2008 before evolving into an six-man project. The band released its eponymous debut album in 2006 and caught the attention of Lil' Wayne shortly after in the late 2000s, earning widespread attention when the rapper featured the group in a couple of his music videos. With a signature brand of rap-rock, ¡MAYDAY! signed a deal with Strange Music in 2011 and subsequently released its third studio album, Take Me to Your Leader, in 2012.