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When The Stray Birds take the stage, the spotlight falls on three voices raised in harmony above the raw resonance of wood and strings. It is a sound drawn from the richness of American folk music traditions, spun with a stirring subtlety and grace. From bustling street corners to silent halls, their performances speak to an uncompromising reverence for songs.
Raised within a few miles of farmland from each other in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, their flight began with friendship. With miles of music already behind them, Maya de Vitry and Oliver Craven first shared a song in January 2010. A snowy Pennsylvania winter welcomed collaboration between the two creative flames— and inspired the collection of seven songs found on the Borderland EP.
Maya de Vitry grew up with one foot in old-time music festival dirt and the other on stage with symphony orchestras. She has traveled across North America and Europe as a street musician, and now brings a fiddle, a banjo, a guitar, a compelling voice, and award-winning songwriting to The Stray Birds. She most recently won 4th Place in the Telluride Bluegrass Festival Troubadour Contest.
Also a classically-trained violinist, Oliver Craven has spent the past four years lending his talents on the fiddle, mandolin, and guitar to stages across North America in various acoustic outfits. The Stray Birds feature Craven’s arresting original songs, delivered with a voice of incredible depth and power.
A classically-trained bassist who now artfully dances between a myriad of styles, Charles Joseph Muench brings his unshakeable groove and powerful vocals to The Stray Birds. He can also be found playing the banjo at breakfast!
'This record was certainly one of the finest debuts of the year from a band to watch.' - Kim Ruehl & Linda Fahey, NPR Music
'Five Stars' - John Starling, Founding Member of The Seldom Scene
'The reaction here has been stunning to be quite honest with you……..this is truly one album we all sort of looked at each other and said 'wow'.'
— Jason Moberg, Music Director, WUMB Boston