Tim Graves and The Farm Hands, established in 2010, have garnered high acclaim as a Bluegrass Music band. With an impressive track record boasting over 82 award nominations and 34 major awards, including the distinguished title of Bluegrass Gospel Band of the Year at both the 2019 and 2020 Bluegrass Music Awards, they have solidified their presence within the genre. Their extensive annual tour encompasses 150 dates across a diverse array of venues, including Festivals, Churches, Performing Arts Centers, Theaters, and Fairs. The distinctiveness of Tim Graves and The Farm Hands lies in their unwavering dedication to their craft, guided by a higher calling. Their musical compositions seamlessly intertwine Bluegrass and Gospel elements, resulting in a harmonious blend of these two genres.
Among this talented ensemble are accomplished singers, musicians, and songwriters, and several members of the group hold the prestigious distinction of being veterans of Nashville’s iconic Grand Ole Opry. Tim Graves leads with his signature ‘Tim Graves model’ Beard resophonic guitar and is the reigning SPGMA Dobro Player of the Year, Don Wayne Reno plays the banjo, Jimmy Haynes plays guitar, as well as doing some of the songwriting.Terry Eldredge provides the bass.