Grammy-winning band Steep Canyon Rangers reflects on UNC origins, self-produced album


Steep Canyon Rangers started as a group of friends at UNC with a common interest in music. They never knew they would one day be nominated for three Grammys. The bluegrass band has won one of those Grammys. UNC alum Andrea Hall went to school alongside the Rangers in the mid-to-late '90s and got to know them while they grew as a band. (Daily Tar Heel)

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Grammy-winning band Steep Canyon Rangers reflects on UNC origins, self-produced album


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