Nashville-raised five-piece Boy Named Banjo stopped by the studio to talk and perform new music

Boy Named Banjo is a five-piece band, from Nashville, who have fused contemporary country, Americana, and folk-rock band stacked on a foundation of bluegrass. They are known for their hits “Heart Attack” and “Feel For You.”

They came by the studio to talk with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about attending CMA Fest and now playing it, how the band name came to be, and projects they are working on. They performed their new single, “What Keeps Me Going.

They also stuck around to perform “Feel For You.”

To keep up-to-date with the band, click HERE.

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