D’Addario Nickel Bronze presents a moment with members of the 2016 IBMA Instrumental Group of the Year, talking about the Dirty Kitchen name and more.
December 21, 2017
Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen have long been a force on the bluegrass scene, with five acclaimed albums, countless festival appearances, a Grammy nomination, and the IBMA’s 2016 award for Best Instrumental Group. Band members Frank Solivan and Jeremy Middleton recently sat down with D'Addario to talk about the meaning behind their band name, their approach to music, and more.
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