"Anyone looking for what the combination of country music in overdrive, bluegrassy hot picking, and fun on stage with performers can be like, they need to look no further than Chasin' Steel."
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- John McEuen of the Nitty Gritty Dirty Band
It all started in the spring of 2002. The snow started to melt and the rain began to fall. With the wondrous change of seasons the chrome fish started to migrate up the river. Three anglers pointed their truck towards the sunrise and headed to their favorite stretch of river. With a perfect cast the reel began to scream out and chromie sped down the river.
There on the banks of the roaring river, Chasin' Steel was formed. Soon a fourth was consumed by the quest of hearing his "reel scream—whats the deal?!"
Fresh Runs and Tight Lines
Bluegrass On The Fly!
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CHASIN' STEEL—a slang term for Steelhead fishing. The band members are avid steelhead fishermen, so they decided to have their name reference this—blending two of their favorite pastimes—fishing and bluegrass music.
Our hats are canted to the side for our hero Jimmy Martin and we grow our sideburns long in tribute to the father Mr. Bill Monroe.