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Tanner Bingaman plays original folkmush & mountain tunes via banjo, guitar, & harmonica. Tanner's ‘mush is an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink gumbo, with explorations ranging from poignant punk melodies to rapturous & uncanny instrumental meditations, often times finding himself perplexed by the task of coming down from yet another improvisational meandering. Tanner prefers barefoot walking & once saved the family dog from a rattlesnake.

Tanner has been happily featured on NPR stations throughout Pennsylvania, and he has shared stages with some of his favorite songwriters including Charlie Parr, Darrin Hacquard, and Sam Bailey, as well as played internationally. Tanner's full band outfits have won prestigious awards and played many beautiful venues. In 2022, Tanner was awarded Emerging Artist of the Year by the Susquehanna Folk Music Society of Pennsylvania. He is currently playing shows all over the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond.

To hear a sampling of Tanner's latest 'mush simply click the play icon at the bottom right corner of the screen, or listen to the track list below.

The collection of Tanner's recordings include Family Matters (2016), Piece of Pie (Single, 2017)  Folkmush Volume I: Fernville Blues (EP, 2018), Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy (Single, 2018), We Were All Born Naked (2020), Ambulance (Single, 2020), Elias / Hunter (EP, 2021), Seldom Said No (self-titled full band record, 2021), collections from the prescott sessions: instrumental movements and meditations (2021), & Tanjo Vol. I (2022). Tanner's records are available in various physical and digital formats.