Premier Guitar features affiliate links to help support our content. We may earn a commission on any affiliated purchases.

The Secret to Dissonant Double-Stops Mar. '20 Ex. 1

Photo by Tom Beard

Back to the Water Below is out September 8. Watch the video for "Mountains at Midnight" now.


Read MoreShow less

These Epiphone Original Collection models are intended to celebrate Epiphone’s legacy of innovation and quality.

Read MoreShow less

Tuttle and Strings first recorded together on Strings’ 2017 release, Turmoil & Tinfoil.

Photo by Alysse Gafkjen

Looking back on their latest releases, the two bluegrass phenoms and friends sit down with one another to talk musical heritage, stage fright, gear, and more.

In any music scene, it’s natural that talented contemporaries will find each other and form fast, harmonious fraternity. It’s no surprise, then, that Nashville-based bluegrass virtuosos Billy Strings and Molly Tuttle became close friends and collaborators as early as 2017—when they were both just 24—and, as is now somewhat common knowledge, were one-time roommates. Tuttle was first featured on Strings’ full-length release, Turmoil & Tinfoil, and a few years later, Strings guested on Tuttle’s Grammy-winning 2022 album, Crooked Tree, on the track “Dooley’s Farm,” while performing together often in the interim.

Read MoreShow less