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Zachary Serleth

Zach Serleth is a professional bassist and banjoist around the DC, MD, VA area that plays most of his gigs in Bluegrass Bands or Eastern European folk music groups. He started with the Highland Hill Boys, a Baltimore Bluegrass band that you can catch at the 8×10. Bluegrass being mostly in major chords, Zach yearned for for a darker sound in which he found Klezmer music. Studying with Margo Levert and the Klezmer Mountain Boys, Zach formed Baltimore based klezmer band, The World Fair. He later joined on with Evan Tucker’s creation, Schmuck and helped run the Baltimore Klezmer jam

Tangent

Label: Swing Underground
Released: 2020
Track listing: Jaguar, Convergence, Dame Ivre, Tangent, Pseudo Nemesis, Pop Pop Blues, Alcatraz, Racer X, Talkie Walkie, Je ne sais pas, Bayou Blues

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About Zachary Serleth Primarily a bassist and banjo player, Zach Serleth has developed a deep love of vintage music that is reflected in his current band, Tongue in Cheek. The group's 2016 album, Mobtown Strutters Ball, pays tribute to the jny: New Orleans jazz tradition, covering tunes written from 1910 to the mid 1930s. ...


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