"Mountain Howdy" - The newest album from Time Sawyer.

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Time Sawyer Strikes All the Right Chords with ‘Wildest Dreams’
— Lisa Snedeker, Huffington Post
This music is a cross-pollination of indie-folk & country-rock, progressive in nature, but still rooted in tradition and with southern spirit.
— Sarah Fuller Hall, No Depression
Lead singer Sam Tayloe’s voice has an appealing open quality that particularly shines in the upper parts of his range, and banjo player Houston Norris’ harmonies add a new dimension to this album.
— Glide Magazine
[Time Sawyer] have learned to excel by creating a sound that rings familiar even on first hearing, an approach that’s joyful, touching and gravitating all at the same time.
— Blank News, Knoxville TN
These are songs the listener will find themselves compelled to turn to again and again for the reassurance of the vocals, the talent of the instrumentation and because the album is just that good.
— Jennifer Harp, No Depression
Time Sawyer have back country America dust layered finely in their songs. The folk rock the band delivers has an easy Americana texture, influenced by peers from Poco through The Jayhawks and beyond.
— The Alternate Root

     Time Sawyer is interested in “real people and real songs” and that’s just what the listener finds in their music – a sense of realness. Time Sawyer blends a grassroots feel with heart-felt lyrics to put on an entertaining show. From introspective ballads to high-energy crowd-pleasers, Time Sawyer’s songs land in that rootsy sweet spot where folk, alt-country, and rock gather for a good time.
     The folk rock band’s name reflects the pull between the past and the future. The character Tom Sawyer evokes the rural background and love of home that lead vocalist/guitarist Sam Tayloe and vocalist/banjo player Houston Norris, share. Time is a muse for songwriting; it’s the thread that runs through life, bringing new experiences and giving us a sense of urgency, while still connecting us with our past. 
     The memorable lyrics and strong melodies result in songs that will stay in your head long after the music stops. Time Sawyer continues to develop a loyal and growing fan base. Whether they’re playing in an intimate listening room or a large outdoor festival, their goal is to forge a face-to-face connection with the audience so that they become friends who happen to be fans.


→Named one of the Huffington Post's "Favorite musical picks of 2017 ".

→ Featured in the celebrated podcast "Southern Songs and Stories" along with Acoustic Syndicate, Jon Stickley Trio, Steel Wheels, Jim Lauderdale.

→Festival appearances - Floydfest, Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion, Rhythm N' Blooms, Merlefest, Carolina in the Fall, IBMA Bluegrass 1st Class. 

→Loyal & growing fan base in the North & Southeast areas.

→Shared bills with The Steep Canyon Rangers, The Wood Brothers, The Marcus King Band, Susto, David Childers, The Black Lillies, Town Mountain,  The Dirty Guv'nahs, Joe Pug, Eric Krasno, John Moreland, Cordovas, & many more. 

→Host Reevestock Festival in their hometown, with attendance in the 1,000s and growing each year.