While it’s tempting to term the Barefoot Movement a bluegrass band, they’re really even more of a 21st century Appalachian string band, blending country and folk, and a good little rock and roll, into an Americana root base blend that has reimagined traditional songs and ballads alongside original materials, all using a pop sense at the job, too. The music group had its origins during the teenager years of vocalist, songwriter, and fiddler Noah Wall structure in Oxford, NEW YORK. Wall structure had just started writing her very own music when she fulfilled mandolinist Tommy Norris, both after that in their final years at senior high school. They clicked as music artists, so when both proceeded to go off to university, Wall structure to East Tennessee Condition, where she examined in the Bluegrass, Aged Time, and Nation Music plan, and Norris to Traditional western Carolina School, where he examined traditional music and documenting engineering, they generally intended to place a string music group together. Plus a friend, Quentin Acres, Wall structure and Norris documented a debut record, Footwork, contacting themselves the Barefoot Movement. Before graduating from East Tennessee Condition, Wall structure fulfilled upright bassist Hasee Ciaccio, who was simply also a vocalist, producing the Barefoot Movement a quartet. When Acres departed the group, vocalist and guitarist Alex Conerly changed him, as well as the Barefoot Movement effectively strike the bluegrass celebration circuit, where in fact the reality that they had taken the stage barefoot simply put into the band’s interesting back-porch design. The music group released another full-length, Statistics of the entire year, in 2013, pursuing it with an EP of traditional addresses, The High Street, in 2014.