There is a feeling of unbridled life found in the wild corners of our world. In the expansive possibility of a mountain top, the chaotic familiarity of endless fields of snow, the roar of the ocean, or the solitary serenity of the most remote desert. It is in these places and moments that Pixie and The Partygrass Boys find inspiration, crafting music that channels the same highs, lows, and improvisational in-betweens.
Partygrass isn’t exactly bluegrass, or newgrass, or pop, or punk, or rock and roll. They fall somewhere in between it all, and that’s exactly how they like it. Drawing influence from the bluegrass roots of Appalachia and transporting it straight to the western edge of the Rockies, Pixie and the Partygrass Boys create a uniquely American sound. Inspired by landscapes from coast to coast, the group combines classical training with jazz, Broadway, pop-punk, and an unabashed love for having a damn good time.
Pixie and the Partygrass Boys have played for national audiences at festivals including High Sierra Music Festival, WinterWonderGrass, and ARISE, and have shared the stage with names like Grace Potter, Billy Strings, The Lil Smokies, and The Jon Stickly Trio.