Chatham County Line
The members met in 1996 when lead singer/songwriter Dave Wilson was playing for "Stillhouse". Wilson is the son of Charlotte poet Dede Wilson and was living in the Blue House, an infamous Raleigh crash pad and romper room for the areas hottest young musicians. The other members are banjo picker Chandler Holt, upright bassist Greg Readling, and multi-instrumentalist John Teer. Wilson and Readling were playing in the Blue House as "Stillhouse" when Teer and Holt became intrigued "to hear these guys playing original country music that didn't suck" as Holt recalls. Holt and Teer befriended Wilson at the Blue House and began sitting in with the band. Wilson, over a beer one night, asked the others if they were interested in starting a bluegrass band.
Chatham County Line Reviews & Ratings
No Reviews / Ratings Yet