Kelsi Robertson Harrigill ~ Vocals, Mandolin
Charli Robertson ~ Vocals, Fiddle
Buddy Robertson ~ Vocals, Guitar
Dominic Illingworth ~ Acoustic Bass
Paul Harrigill ~ Banjo
Michael Stockton ~ Resophonic Guitar
- 2017 Nominees for IBMA Entertainer of the Year and Vocal Group of the Year
- 2016 IBMA Awards Winners: Vocal Group of the Year, Song of the Year (You’re the One), and Album of the Year (Runaway Train)
- 2016 GMA Dove Award Nomination for Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year – “In the Heat of the Fire”
- 2015 IBMA Nominations for Vocal Group of the Year and Album of the Year (Too)
- 2014 IBMA Emerging Artist of the Year
- Made their Grand Ole Opry debut on August 29, 2015 and made their 20th appearance on August 18, 2017
- Named one of Five Rising Roots Acts to Watch by CMT
- National television appearances on the Dailey & Vincent Show and Reno's Old Time Music
- Winner of Chris Austin Songwriting Contest at MerleFest (2014)
- Winners of multiple SPBGMA Awards
- Silence in These Walls - Mountain Home Records (2017)
- Runaway Train - Mountain Home Records (2015)
- Too - Mountain Home Records (2014)
- Flatt Lonesome - Pisgah Ridge Records (2013)
From the moment of the brilliant self-titled debut in 2013, it’s been clear that Flatt Lonesome is, as the title of its 3rd album, aRunaway Train. Multiple IBMA, SPBGMA and Dove nominations and awards, chart-topping songs, Billboard charting albums, countless media appearances (including becoming familiar faces on the legendary Grand Ole Opry stage), and a demanding tour schedule all combine in testimony to the phenomenon that is Flatt Lonesome. Few bands have been blessed with the meteoric rise that Flatt Lonesome has enjoyed in just six years and following the band’s 2011 debut as contestants in SPBGMA’s prestigious band competition and return for first place in 2012, they haven’t looked back.
Stellar picking and heartfelt songs centered around beautiful sibling harmony have made Flatt Lonesome a hit among bluegrass fans both young and old. Many bands may claim "fun for the whole family," but few can deliver on that promise quite like Flatt Lonesome. Their vibrant, youthful spirit is contagious both on and off stage, but their careful respect of tradition has earned the praise of peers twice their age.
Tim Stafford of Blue Highway calls them "the real deal," and Sirius XM Bluegrass Junction's Kyle Cantrell says they are "one of the most compelling and entertaining groups I've seen in bluegrass in a long time." And for anyone who thinks Flatt Lonesome has reached their peak, Cindy Baucom of Knee Deep in Bluegrass disagrees: "They just keep getting better and better."