The bluegrass group debuts their music video for “Hillbilly Graham.”
The song: “Hillbilly Graham,” is the lead single off the Farm Hands’ latest album, Good Things, available now.
The band: Consisting of Tim Graves, Daryl Mosley, Don Hill, and Keith Tew, the Nashville-based quartet have made a name for themselves as one of the most in-demand bluegrass bands in America. With more than 30 major national awards to their credit — including Entertainer of the Year, Vocal Group of the Year, and Bluegrass Gospel Band of the Year at the Bluegrass Music Awards — the members of the group are all veterans of the Grand Ole Opry and veterans of the road, touring over 150 dates a year.
About the song: “A lot of the songs I write are inspired by people I grew up around or know from my hometown of Waverly, Tennessee,” says Mosely, who has penned several No. 1 songs, including the Southern gospel classic “(Ask the Blind Man) He Saw It All.” “I have a preacher friend whose nickname is ‘Hillbilly Graham.’ I thought that was a hilarious play on words and wanted to use it in a song. It’s been a lot of fun to perform live and was recently named Song of the Year in bluegrass music.”
Why we like it: “Hillbilly Graham” is already fast-paced and exciting, but when you pair it with a visual of the band’s live performances, it gives an intimate look at the immense talent and musicianship of this bluegrass ensemble.
Get an exclusive first look at the music video below.
For more information about the Farm Hands, visit their website.