A few years ago, the Mizzone Brothers took the world by storm with their talent. This bluegrass music trio from Lebanon Township, NJ, is collectively called The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys and it consists of Jonny (9 years old) on the banjo, Robbie (13 year old) on the fiddle, and Tommy (14 year old) on the guitar. You are going to astonished when you see how amazing these guys are!
The Mizzone Brothers began playing music at a young age, with Tommy picking up the banjo at the age of six, and his younger brothers Robbie and Jonny taking up the fiddle and guitar, respectively. They began performing together as a family band, playing bluegrass and old-time music at local events and festivals.
The Mizzone Brothers first gained popularity when they delivered an incredible performance on the Late Show with David Letterman in the year 2011. In this video, they are practicing a version of Eric Weissberg’s “Dueling Banjos” in their bedroom.
They released their first album, “The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys,” a few months later and they have since released several more albums, including “By My Side” (2014) and “City on a Hill” (2018), and have continued to tour and perform at festivals and events across the United States. They have also appeared on several television programs including “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Watch the full video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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