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Digital Subscriptions > Country Music > Feb/Mar 2019 > MANDOLIN ORANGE


The North Carolina duo are set for a big breakthrough with their effortless virtuosity and harmonies

Hail from North Carolina For fans of Gillian Welch, The Civil Wars, Nickel Creek

Andrew Marlin (left) and Emily Frantz (right)
Kendall Bailey Atwater

Sometimes the most personal statements are the most universal. And that’s set to be the case with Tides Of A Teardrop, the new album by Americana duo Mandolin Orange. Singersongwriter Andrew Marlin (mandolin, banjo, guitar) and multi-instrumentalist Emily Frantz (guitars, plus violin) are no newcomers: Tides Of A Teardrop is album number six, and they’ve already racked 100 million catalogue streams and 1.3 million monthly Spotify listeners. 2018 was good to them: they sold out each of their headline US performances, and graced iconic stages such as Red Rocks, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, the Bonnaroo festival, and Newport Folk Festival.

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