With stunning three part harmonies and precise instrumentation, The Thank You Ma'am's offer an alt-folk sound drawing on diverse influences from Crosby, Stills and Nash to the Avett Brothers. Whether on the somber track Jubilee or the riotous foot-stomper Last Week, the trio brings the incomparable energy and enthusiasm that has made their shows popular throughout middle Tennessee and the South. [+]
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