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The Pine Hill Haints

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Genres  Folk
Labels  Lelp, Sunburst, K
Years active  1998–present
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Origin  Auburn, Alabama, United States
Associated acts  The Wednesdays, Rise Up Howlin' Werewolf, The Quadrajets, The Dirt Daubers
Website  https://www.facebook.com/23Haints
Albums  Ghost Dance, The Magik Sounds of The Pine Hill Haints
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The Pine Hill Haints are an American traditional bluegrass/folk/honky tonk/country band from Alabama, though the band members themselves describe their unique southern roots music as “Alabama Ghost Music.”

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The Haints are composed of Jamie Barrier on guitar and vocals, Katie “Kat” Barrier on mandolin, singing saw, and washboard, Stevie LaBlanc on washtub bass, Justin Ward on accordion and trombone, and J.R. Collins on snare drum.

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Current line-up

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  • Jamie Barrier - vocals, guitar, fiddle, harmonica
  • Katie “Kat” Barrier – washboard, mandolin, saw
  • Stevie LaBlanc - washtub, banjo, harmonica
  • J.R. Collins - snare
  • Justin Ward - accordion, trombone
  • Former members

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  • Travis Hightower - washtub
  • Matt Bakula - washtub, tenor banjo
  • Ben Rhyne – snare
  • Joey Barrier - banjo
  • Sarah Nelson - accordion
  • Roger Holcombe - snare
  • Rymodee - saw
  • Bradley Williams - washtub
  • Jeremy Dale Henderson- snare
  • Matt Comer- snare
  • Mike Posey - accordion
  • Jon Lucious - accordion
  • Musical style

    The Pine Hill Haints perform music they consider to be “dead” in the modern world, hence their self-proclaimed “Ghost Music.” Some examples of the genres they perform include (but are not limited to) gospel, rockabilly, rock and roll, celtic music, blues music, and bluegrass. While their catalog of songs comprises mainly original material, the band has also been known to cover traditional gospel (Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies, Where The Roses Never Fade), cowboy (I Ride An Old Paint, Back In The Saddle Again), and folk (Goodnight Irene, Oh! Suzanna/Camptown Races) songs.

    In addition to their live instruments, the band also utilizes a number of traditional American folk music instruments (such as a fiddle, harmonica, tenor banjo, mandolin, saw, and accordion) on their recordings. Occasionally, members of the Haints will swap instruments or abandon his or her primary instrument altogether, instead performing on one of the aforementioned instruments for a song or two. The band has several former members, and depending on how many happen to be present at a performance, surprise guest performers may accompany the Haints onstage. Such impromptu reunion performances are not completely unexpected at their shows.

    Songs

    Walkin Talkin DeadmanGhost Dance · 2007
    Rattle Them BonesThe Magik Sounds of The Pine Hill Haints · 2014
    Spirit of 1812Ghost Dance · 2007

    References

    The Pine Hill Haints Wikipedia


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