Free Range Strange approaches folk music with a unique fashion. Since 2015, this fierce quartet is always teaming up with top-notch musicians and road warriors, bringing you a plethora of original songs and adding color to timeless hits.
FRS has hooted, heckled and howled far and wide to bring you their heart-felt brand of Ruckus, and travel they will still. Playing venues and festivals nationwide, they have shared bills and stages with heavyweights like John Kadlecik, Rumpke Mountain Boys, Keller Williams, Grass Is Dead and many more!
Hard-hitting, passionate original music and classic covers, pulling from all eras of music, gives their shows a pulsing energy, leaving you with that ‘StRaNgE’ familiar feeling.
Timber is a rare bird, with unique, original songs in plenty and more perpetually on the way. He attributes his from-the-heart style to what he calls, “an education on the road.” From hitchhiking to hopping freight trains, following Dead tours and attending Rainbow Gatherings, that’s exactly what he got. A highly skilled self-taught guitarist, Timber traveled for many years, writing songs along the way, honing his skills on guitar and mandolin and collecting the experiences that became the inspiration for his song-craft.
Sunnie Rae from Sarasota, FL was raised in a music loving family, attending pickin’ circles, campfire jams and music festivals for as long as she can remember. Taking piano lessons, music theory, and choir all throughout school, she chose to direct her musical dreams into the folk world. Picking up guitar and ukulele while focusing on traveling and songwriting, Sunnie has become the cultivated singer/songwriter. In the year 2013 she recorded her debut solo album “Sunnie Rae; First Release” featuring her brother (JT Click) on lead guitar. Aside from music, Sunnie brings out her crafty side, hand-making merch and artwork for their band.
John Gospel has been playing music for as long as he can remember. Born in Tampa, Florida and raised in a musical family, he learned his first piano chords at five years old from his dad, a professional jazz piano player. From there, he moved to drums, then guitar, playing in rock and roll bands and also attending Blake High School for the Performing Arts and majoring in music performance. Since then, he has continued playing, focusing on folk and American roots music, traveling the United States, picking up the banjo, and performing both as a solo artist and in a variety of bands.
‘Rock & Roll-a-Billy’ Chase Holliday is a veteran performer of the stage for over a decade. He started his career as a comedian in 2006 and made the switch to musician in 2013. This self-taught, multi-instrumentalist rubber tramp has cultivated his acts among festival camp fires and city side walks all across the east coast.