Tim Graves and The Farm Hands is one of the most exciting and in demand bands in Bluegrass Music. Since their inception in 2010, the band has received over 78 award nominations, winning an unprecedented 34 major awards including Bluegrass Gospel Band of the Year at the 2019 and 2020 Bluegrass Music Awards. 

Their YouTube videos, Facebook, and Twitter pages have thousands of followers.  They are one of the busiest touring bands in bluegrass, performing over 150 dates per year at a variety of venues such as Festivals, Churches, Performing Arts Centers, Theaters, and Fairs. They are at home at any venue because they stay true to their calling. Tim Graves of The Farm Hands explains,  “When you do what you are called to do, you really don’t have to worry about anything because the Lord is in charge. We are merely the vessel that He chooses to use when someone decides to have us at their event. The Lord leads, we follow. It’s very simple, if we just get out of The Lord’s way, it will work out like it should. It’s when we try to do things on our own that we have difficulties.” Tim Graves and The Farm Hands plays Bluegrass and Gospel Music. Gospel Music has always been a part of Bluegrass Music. When anyone brings Tim Graves and The Farm Hands to their event, they will be getting the best of both Bluegrass and Gospel together. The Lord must love music to make those two styles of music work so well together.

For anyone who has seen them in concert, none of this comes as a surprise. Tim Graves and The Farm Hands is one of the most exciting and talented bands in bluegrass music. The group features 4 award-winning singers, musicians and songwriters, including Two long-time veterans of Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry. The Group had a #1 song, called “Pride”, The classic song that was first released by Ray Price in the 1960’s and was #2 on the list of the top 200 Artists of 2021 worldwide. Tim Graves and The Farm Hands are the only Group in the Bluegrass genre that can honestly say they have Bluegrass DNA that has been handed down from the first generation of Bluegrass Music Greats, That is exciting news for this talented group. This group also has a number one song in the charts again titled “She’s Gone, Gone, Gone,” a Harlan Howard song first recorded by Lefty Frizzell and later by Glen Campbell. The version that Tim Graves and The Farm Hands have is a bit different but just as appealing to the listener



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