Flatland Harmony Experiment

Flatland Harmony Experiment is a non-traditional vocally driven string band based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. FHE started at a bluegrass jam on the patio of the Mousetrap in the summer 2011. What started as a jam quickly evolved into band when members Scott Nelson, Kris Potts and Johnny Plott got together and recorded a rehearsal. Three part harmony immediately filled the room and an idea was hatched. The resulting recording was scribed in sharpie, “the Flatland Harmony Experiment”, and a band was born.

Since its beginnings in 2011 the Flatland Harmony Experiment has played 150 dates a year to enthusiastic audiences of up to 1500 people all across the country. FHE was excited to be given the very high honor of being selected as a finalist in the 2013 40th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival band competition. This allowed FHE to play for thousands on the main stage of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Truly a dream come true for the band. Flatland Harmony Experiment also has had over 1000 downloads from radio programmers around the globe supporting their three original recordings. FHE rigorously continues to play 100’s of dates across the country and with key festival performances such as the John Hartford Memorial Festival and the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, and musical collaborations with many of their musical heroes, the The Flatland Harmony Experiment is perfectly poised to gain well deserved national attention and grow to the next level.


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