Yarn owes as much to Gram Parsons and Earl Scruggs as to Jerry
Garcia and Exile On Main Street-era Rolling Stones. Following
in a fine tradition that includes forward thinking roots bands
like The Flying Burrito Brothers, New Riders of The Purple
Sage and Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, Yarn weaves roots musical
idioms into a fresh, exciting sound that turns on hipsters and
country fans alike with technically impressive song-crafting and
universal tales from the road of life.
Yarn’s newest release, Come On In, (UFO, 2010) is a record of
longing, of loss and of picking up and moving on. As with most
great American music that is rooted in the blues, there is still
hope and a glimpse of light at the end of the day. Come On In is
Yarn’s third recording. Their self-titled debut record reached
No. 14 on the AMA and R&R Radio Charts, and ranked No. 79 on
the AMA’s Top 100 Albums of 2007. Yarn’s 2008 follow-up, Empty
Pockets, spent months in the AMA charts. The album peaked at No.
5 and was honored with eight first round 2009 Grammy nominations
in several categories.