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About Deadwood Revival

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Deadwood Revival, the powerhouse duo of Kim Trenerry and Jason Mogi, is a “revival” of sorts.  The music never stopped, it just took on a different shape as they explored many other musical projects, spent time on their respective instruments and stayed closer to home.  Now Kim and Jason have come full circle and return to their roots with the unmistakable sound that made a huge splash in the old-time, bluegrass, folk, and even jam band scene years ago.


Their powerful and impeccable harmonies coupled with Jason’s unique claw-hammer banjo style and Kim’s driving rhythm guitar creates a sound that is much fuller than you would expect from a duo. Both multi-instrumentalists, they switch things up from time to time with Kim on bass and Jason on guitar. No matter the instrumentation, their music is described as “rootsy with an edge”… a tasty soup of new old-time and folk rock spiced with a bit of classic country. From raucous hoe-downs to pin-dropping tunes, their original songs have been deemed “superbly crafted” and have had radio airplay across the country since releasing their first CD back in 2005.


Kim and Jason’s infectious spirits and pure joy in making music together are woven through every tune they play. Whether performing in a cozy pub or for a thousand festival fans, the "honest and uplifting" music of Deadwood Revival lingers long after the lights come up.

"They were relentlessly fun, musically spot-on, and persistently energetic."
    –Performer Magazine
Here's a handful of past performances...
Hog Farm HideawayvHigh Sierra Music FestivalvWintergrassvNW String Summit
Dead On The CreekvColumbia Gorge Bluegrass FestivalvOlalla Bluegrass Festival
Darrington Bluegrass FestivalvJuan de Fuca FestivalvFlorence Folk Festival
Anacortes Arts FestivalvSeattle HempfestvWooden Boat Festival
Yakima Folklife FestivalvStrange BrewfestvOak Harbor Music Festival
“If I was booking a festival, I wouldn’t hesitate to book Deadwood Revival. They’re fun, adventurous, and yet true to their roots.” 
                                                           -Frank Gutch, Rock& Reprise
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