Sierra Hull is a Grammy nominated singer-songwriter. Her husband Justin Moses is an award winning multi-instrumentalist. These two Nashville-based bluegrass players will have you spellbound.

As partners in both life and music, Sierra Hull and Justin Moses wake up every day, grab a cup of coffee and their instruments, and start playing together – just as they have done for more than a decade.

Their instrumental journeys meet at the intersection of traditional and experimental, with the extremely proficient multi-instrumentalist Justin Moses switching with ease between dobro, fiddle, guitar, mandolin, and banjo, performing alongside Sierra Hull, who is known as the standout mandolin player of her time.

A show with these two normally starts with the duo surrounded by more than seven instruments, leaving the audience in anticipation as to which one they will pick up next.

“Hull’s musical path recalls the artistic trajectory of crossover star [Alison] Krauss, another child prodigy who branched out beyond bluegrass to great acclaim.” Chicago Tribune

Rescheduled from Wednesday 8 December 2021 and Wednesday 7 December 2022.

Dates & Times

Last session: Thu 26 Jan 2023 at 8:15 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall @ The Met
From £17 (inc fee)

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This will be a full-capacity event with a non-socially distanced audience; we will however still be utilising many Covid safety measures for your safety and the safety of our staff.

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