Reed Foehl and Putnam Murdock have created this duo by formalizing their lifelong musical friendship. Established by their parents bluegrass band forty years ago, the duo has been playing and writing together for fifteen years. Their first collaboration was placed in the feature film Just Friends, and since then their songs have been placed in television, movies, and commercials. Dusty and patient, their music is genuine Americana, telling stories of the human condition with lyric and harmonies that push the boundaries while paying homage to tradition.
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Meet the Performers
Reed has recently been nominated for a Grammy, having written a song for Lee Ann Womack latest record. Recently on tour with Gregory Alan Isakov, Anais Mitchell and Todd Snider, has returned to the east coast to record his next record.
“Reed has the ability to transport the soul, a true master. One of the great songwriters of our time.” Gregory Alan Isakov
“He sings like he feels every note … Each song tells a story, all of which he relates astonishingly well.” The Boston Globe
Putnam began his career as a touring musician, gaining comfort with the stage. He then graduated from Berklee College of Music where he honed his songwriting craft. Recently, Putnam worked with Florentine Films, Ken Burns’ company, recording the music to The Roosevelts.