Della Mae was formed in ’09 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts and was among the initial contemporary all-female bluegrass rings. Their mix of traditional bluegrass music and vocalist/songwriter influences noticed the group touring across the world, playing celebrations, churches, and night clubs from Massachusetts to Pakistan. These seasoned players — Kimber Ludiker on fiddle, Celia Woodsmith on vocals and acoustic guitar, Shelby Means on bass, Jenni Lyn on acoustic guitar, and Courtney Hartman on acoustic guitar, vocals, and banjo — had been accomplished musicians ahead of forming the music group. Individually, they possess played not merely bluegrass, but folk, rock and roll, and country, and also have supported Willie Nelson, Taj Mahal, Leon Russell, Del McCoury Music group, and several others. This year 2010, Della Mae released their debut full-length and a seven-song EP, Acoustic, adopted in 2011 from the individually issued I Constructed This Center. The quintet toured hard, playing folk and bluegrass celebrations across the USA while starting for first-tier performers. Their second full-length, This Globe Oft COULD BE, was their debut for Rounder and broke the group to a wider target audience. They made an appearance on Acoustic Classes as well as the YouTube video clips for “Maybelline” and “Empire.” After even more relentless touring, Della Mae resolved into Nashville’s venerable Sound Emporium with iconoclastic maker Jacquire Ruler (Tom Waits, Norah Jones, Friend Man) to cut their sophomore work for Rounder. The self-titled record premiered in the springtime of 2015.