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Founded as a college band in 2011, The Ramblin’ Years were packing crowds into Seattle’s bars by 2013. They spent the past 5 years selling out Seattle venues like the Tractor Tavern and Neumo’s, touring the West Coast and inland Northwest, and playing music festivals such as Capitol Hill Block Party, Macefield Music Festival, Fisherman’s Village, and NW Folklife. The Ramblin’ Years started working with Fastback Studios engineer and producer Jason Lackie in 2014 and released two EP’s, “Nickels & Dimes” and “Halfway Somewhere.” The team released their first full-length album, "Small Town Lights," to a sold-out Tractor Tavern in January 2018. Always a crowd pleaser, The Ramblin' Years bring their own style of country-fried rock'n'roll, featuring slammin' guitars, soaring harmonies, and a great big sound.