Underlined by their roots in Bluegrass and Gospel music, their live performances feature new original songs along with their own versions of classic Americana and Country songs that have influenced generations. The Abrams have performed on the main stages at notable Canadian country festivals such as Boots and Hearts, Big Valley Jamboree, Cavendish Beach Festival, and Dauphin Country Fest, as well as notable folk festivals the Winnipeg Folk Festival, and Hillside Festival. They’ve opened for The Dixie Chicks, Feist, America, Tom Cochrane, Mickey Hart (The Grateful Dead), John Hammond, Dean Brody, and Tim Hicks, among others. Arlo Guthrie once said The Abrams are “way to young to be playing that good,” so see them live and find yourself entertained by this world-class act.
- Opened the Ralph Stanley Museum in Clintwood, Virginia with an exclusive show featuring Ralph Stanley and The Abrams Brothers.
- Performed on The Grand Ole Opry in 2005, and were among the youngest performers to ever appear on the show.
- In 2006, The Abrams were awarded the Daniel Pearl Violin, and were recognized as global ambassadors for peace.
- 6 x top billed main stage headliners of the Jacob’s Ladder Festival in Galilee, Israel.
- Have toured the United States for over 15 years, headlined 4 tours of the UK and 2 tours of Europe.
- Top 40 Charting Success at Canadian Country Radio with “Fine”
- Top 50 charting success at Canadian Country Radio with “Champion”
- Top 100 charting success in the United States on Americana Radio with “Northern Redemption”
- Top 60 charting success on Alt-Rock/Modern Rock Radio in Canada with “Thirteen.”
- Heavy rotation on CMT in the United States and Canada with videos from their Northern Redemption album and self-titled EP.
- Have been featured multiple times on NPR (US), BBC (UK), CBC (CAN), Bravo (CAN), Cosmopolitan (CAN), FOX (US) and NBC (US)
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