American string band Uncle Earl shaped in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2000. Founded by vocalist/songwriters K.C. Groves and Jo Serrapere, the band’s early years arranged the tradition of the all-female lineup that included Amanda Kowalski, Casey Henry, Sally Truitt, and Tahmineh Gueramy. This preliminary lineup yielded the 2002 individually released recording She Went Upstairs. An absolute mixture of traditional folk, bluegrass, and old-timey string music group music, Uncle Earl’s music discovered favor one of the folk and origins music circuit, even though Groves’ eventual relocation to Colorado resulted in the dissolution of the initial group. By the finish of 2003, nevertheless, Groves experienced set up the group’s most widely known and most effective lineup. With Groves on mandolin, acoustic guitar, and vocals, and fresh recruits Kristin Andreassen (acoustic guitar, fiddle, ukulele, harmonica, vocals, clogging), Rayna Gellert (fiddle, acoustic guitar, vocals), and Abigail Washburn (banjo, vocals), Uncle Earl founded themselves nationally with a set of self-released EPs and continuous touring. A offer was struck with esteemed folk label Rounder Information and by 2005, the music group experienced documented their label debut, She Waits for the night time, with old-timey designer/maker Dirk Powell. While touring to get the recording, the music group met origins music enthusiast and previous Led Zeppelin bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones, who arrived on board to create their acclaimed 2007 follow-up, Waterloo, Tennessee. The group’s most effective period adopted with touring both abroad and across THE UNITED STATES. Within a couple of years, each member got started to pursue specific interests and professions. Through the entire early 2010s, Groves and Andreassen sometimes revived Uncle Earl using a different helping lineup and in 2014, the primary quartet reconvened because of their first present in six years.