Multi-instrumentalist (guitar, banjo, and harmonica) Tanner Bingaman sings original folkmush and arrangements of traditional mountain tunes. He has made ends meet as a vegetable farmer, rock climbing enthusiast, river guide, and all the while has managed to continue playing shows to the outcasts of dank barrooms, living room concerts, and festival attendees alike. He prefers barefoot walking and once saved the family dog from a rattlesnake.
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 (Instrumental EP, 2021), and the latest self-titled album from the band Seldom Said No (2021).
Tanner currently gigs solo, as various vagabond projects, and with the progressive punkgrass band Seldom Said No. He has shared the stage with talented musicians including Tom Rosencrans, Nate Myers, Lauren Kerstetter, and Shine Delphi.