Dan Tyminski and his all-star band are bringing top notch musicianship to stages across America in 2021. Dan is a 14-time Grammy Award-winning musician, 4-time IBMA vocalist of the year, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, mandolin, banjo, dobro, uke, and foosball. Tyminski has been a member of Alison Krauss and Union Station since 1994. His voice famously accompanied George Clooney’s performance of the Stanley Brother’s classic song “I’m a Man of Constant Sorrow” in the film, Oh Brother, Where Art Thou. He has released 3 full length critically acclaimed solo albums, Carry Me Across the Mountain, Wheels and Southern Gothic along with the EP The Planetarium Sessions. Dan’s voice knows no limits to genre, having been featured on a collaboration with Swedish DJ Avicii on the song “Hey Brother,” a global smash with over 1 billion streams to date. He has also been featured playing guitar and/or vocal harmonies with Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Rob Thomas, Aaron Lewis, LeAnn Rimes, Reba McEntire and Martina McBride. Joining Dan on stage this year is a band of incomparable musicians featuring Adam Steffey, Maddie Denton, and Jason and Grace Davis. Adam Steffey joins his long time friend and musical compadre Dan on stage playing mandolin and singing harmonies as a 5x Grammy Award winning musician who has won the IBMA mandolin player of the year award 11 times - more than any other performer. Maddie Denton is a rising star in the fiddle scene, bringing style, pizzaz and precision to the stage. Having won 14 state fiddle championship titles as well as the 2016 Grand Master Fiddle Champion, Maddie is also an above average golfer, having played NCAA Division 1 golf at Middle Tennessee State University. Grace Davis, bass, and Jason Davis, banjo, are a husband and wife couple, soon to be household names, from Galax, VA where they live with their standard poodle Hank. Jason has been nominated for IBMA Instrumental Album of the Year.