Whereas so much contemporary country music seems to have caught the pop and rock musical freeway, Few Miles South sticks with tried and true country backroads” - Skope Magazine

Few Miles South is a female fronted country, bluegrass and roots group created by south GA raised, Blake English, and Los Angeles native, Tori Lund. Dubbed “the country Pretenders” by WSM’s Devon O’Day, Tori’s ethereal vocals are the yin to Blake’s chicken pickin' yang.
Their first single “On Down the Road” was awarded HOTDISC Country’s Best International Music Video in 2017 and since they’ve been performing across N. America. Their debut 2018 EP, Might Could, features renowned pedal steel guitarist Bob Boo Bernstein (Tanya Tucker, Dwight Yoakum, Emmylou Harris) as does the follow up 2019 LP, Californ I Aint. Notable performances include a coveted slot at Stagecoach on Nikki Lane’s curated stage and opening for artists such as Junior Brown and The Kentucky Headhunters. Their newest country/bluegrass EP, Wiregrass, was released in March 2020 and features collaboration with 2020 Grammy winning fiddler Michael Cleveland. FMS does all their writing, producing and recording from Blake's own Southern Fried Studio, deep in the Georgia pines.

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