This banjo-based Americana track is raw, real, upbeat Helping out the banjo, is a steady rhythm section of acoustic guitar, shaker, kick and brushed drums. Perfect for comedy, rural story-telling, and country travel and cooking shows.
The Chaffpool Post tune leading into the Hills of Tara (at 1:31) - both are popular barn dances from around 19th Century Ireland. Light, happy and upbeat, this set of tunes are heard often in Irish traditional pub sessions. 100% live performance.
Gentle but joyful americana, bluegrass crossover. This track starts with only a banjo and then adds mandolin, pedal steel guitar and bass. Wholesome and genuine, great for outdoors, hiking, fishing, hobby, nature with elements of Western, folk, Americana
Upbeat and fun country hoedown, Very traditional americana sound with all acoustic instruments including acoustic guitar, upright bass and fiddle, Happy and moderately excited, Great for vintage / historical footage as well as country living.
An acoustic country / folk / bluegrass track featuring acoustic guitar and acoustic bass, Up-tempo, fun and charming with a real down home country feel, Good for country life, hiking and outdoors, simple pleasures, historical productions and more,
A bright, cheery, energetic and happy music track with catchy and exciting melodies that bring hope and positive emotions to the listener. Family, good friends and good times! .
A fun set of Irish reels performed by banjo, fiddle, box and flute. Bird in the Bush is performed first, followed by Jenny's Chicken's at 1:13 as the flute enters. A very old set of tunes, first recorded in 1934, but most likely hundreds of years old.
Festive and lively, this Cajun track quickly draws the listener into a party of good feeling and energy. With accordions playing melody and chords, the track is pushed along by acoustic guitar, boogie-woogie style bass and drums.