Saint Juliens Creek Revival

Genres: bluegrass, Americana, gospel, originals

Influences: Ralph Stanley, Flatt & Scruggs, Jerry Garcia, Hank Williams, Della Mae, Johnny Cash, Peter Rowan, Gillian Welch


Band Members: Robin Gustin, Lee Baskin, Larry Horvath, Dennis Talton, Jim Andersen

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Formed in 2016 out of Norfolk, VA, the members of Saint Juliens Creek Revival were brought together through the local bluegrass music picking circles.  Recognizing a mutual love of traditional music and three-part harmony, they soon branched off to explore their own sound, and Saint Juliens Creek Revival was born.  The band’s mission is to engage the local community in traditional music by bringing an eclectic mixture of Bluegrass, Americana, Gospel, and original songs to its audiences.  The varied backgrounds of its members provide a unique combination of musical styles that is both contemporary and steeped in tradition, with influences ranging from Appalachian ballads to European gypsy jazz to Rock & Roll, performed with an upbeat, bluegrass-style implementation.  Saint Juliens Creek Revival received honorable mention in the VEER Music Awards Americana/Bluegrass category for 2020 and 2021, was featured on the Coast Live Local Music Spotlight on WTKR Channel 3, and is making plans to go into the studio this year.

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A House of Gold
Ain't No Ash to Burn
Angel Band
Black Flowers
Brokedown Palace
Catfish John
Cold Rain and Snow
Columbus Stockade Blues
Country Roads
Crossing Muddy Waters
Dark Hollow
Diamonds and Rust
Dusty Boxcar Wall
Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
How Great Thou Art
Hills of Alabam
I am a Pilgrim
I’ll Fly Away
Lord Don't Forsake Me
Long Black Veil
Love is on our Side
Midnight Moonlight
Mississippi Half Step
No Expectations
Old Home Place
Orphan Girl
Ring of Fire
Rock Salt & Nails
Saint James Infirmary
Singing as we Rise
Sittin On Top of the World
Take Your Shoes Off Moses
The Bees (Barbara Nesbitt)
Wayfaring Stranger
Wild Geese Cry Again
Will the Circle be Unbroken
You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive
My Virginia Home - original
Old Souls - original
Robert's Song - original


bluegrass, americana, folk, banjo, fiddle, bass

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