Popular from the critically acclaimed movie O Brother Where Art Thou, the Soggy Bottom Boys will be performing in Charleston on September 23rd.
The jailbird trio's hit song, Man of Constant Sorrow, went on to garner several awards, including a Grammy for best Country Collaboration with Vocals and the Country Music Assocation's award for best single of the year. "We like to call this a phenomaly, a phenomenon and an anomaly," one Nashville music executive said of the track's mass appeal. The song's popularity prompted a roadshow of sorts, taking the group all the way to Carnegie Hall. Not bad for a fake band covering a song first published in 1913 by a blind Kentucky fiddler named Dick Burnett.
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