Acclaimed singer-songwriter and multi instrumentalist, Sierra Hull, will perform at the Rialto in Bozeman on April 10, 2024.
Sierra Hull is an award-winning bluegrass singer-songwriter, mandolinist, and guitarist. Her 2016 release Weighted Mind earned a Grammy nomination for Best Folk Album. Sierra has won several International Bluegrass Music Awards including Mandolin Player of the Year and Recorded Event of the Year. Her latest album, 25 Trips, was released in 2020. Americana Songwriter gave it 4 out of 5 stars.
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About Sierra Hull
In her first 25 years alone, singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Sierra Hull hit more milestones than many musicians accomplish in a lifetime. After making her Grand Ole Opry debut at the age of 10, the Tennessee-bred virtuoso mandolinist played Carnegie Hall at age 12, then landed a deal with Rounder Records just a year later. Now 28-years-old, Hull is set to deliver her fourth full- length for Rounder: an elegantly inventive and endlessly captivating album called 25 Trips.
Revealing her profound warmth as a storyteller, 25 Trips finds Hull shedding light on the beauty and chaos and sometimes sorrow of growing up and getting older. To that end, the album’s title nods to a particularly momentous year of her life, including her marriage to fellow bluegrass musician Justin Moses and the release of her widely acclaimed album Weighted Mind—a Béla Fleck- produced effort nominated for Best Folk Album at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
“There’s a lot of push-and-pull on this record, where in some moments I feel like everything’s happening so fast and I wish I could slow it all down so I can really enjoy it,” Hull points out. “But then there are also times where I’m looking forward to the day when the craziness has died down a bit, and life’s a little calmer.” Continue reading…