The Biscuit Burners

The Biscuit Burners

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The Biscuit Burners are an Original bluegrass /Americana band from Weaverville, North Carolina (United States).

History

Founded in 2004 on the dobro-playing talents of Bill Cardine, who had sharpened his bluegrass skills performing with Walker's Run in Charlottesville, Virginia, The Biscuit Burners quickly established themselves. Along with being showcased at the IBMA Conference and appearing at the Historic Ryman Auditorium with Vassar Clements and Rhonda Vincent, they had their debut album chosen in the Top 10 Bluegrass Albums of 2004 by the Chicago Tribune. Their critics also chose their song, "Come On Darlin'", as the IPOD Hotpick Bluegrass Song of 2004. In September 2005 the band released their second album, A Mountain Apart, which was in the Top 20 of the Roots Music Report National Bluegrass Airplay chart for five months after its release.

In 2006, The Biscuit Burners could be enjoyed across the airwaves of BBC World TV’s Destination Music, NPR’ s Mountain Stage, and PBS’ Roadtrip Nation as well as in person at over 130 concerts nationwide including: Chicago’s Old Town School of Folk Music, Berkeley’s Freight and Salvage, Alexandria, VA’s Birchmere, and

Performance

Billy Cardine has performed with the three-time Grammy Winning Edgar Meyer at Carnegie Hall. The group has had a number of sellout concerts from Pennsylvania to California, and top bill appearances at major festivals. They've appeared in over 130 concerts nationwide including:...
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