Sundy Best

Hailing from the Appalachian foothills of Eastern Kentucky, Sundy Best, a duo comprised of Kris Bentley and Nick Jamerson, crafts music that is as much a celebration of their heritage as it is a fresh take on country tradition. Brimming with the distinct twang of southern charm, the duo infuses their sound with a raw, rootsy quality that sets them apart from contemporary country artists.

Both Bentley and Jamerson kickstarted their musical journey in childhood, exploring the rich tapestry of sounds that filled their Kentucky upbringing. They came together in the early 2000s, their shared vision of music quickly forming a strong bond. Naming their band Sundy Best, they honored their shared heritage and set out to introduce their distinctive sound to a wider audience.

Their music deftly straddles the line between country, bluegrass, and folk, with an undeniable flavor of rock and roll. Their songs, anchored by Jamerson’s soulful vocal and Bentley’s percussive cajón, deliver a kinetic energy that shines through in both their recordings and electrifying live performances.

Since their debut in 2010, Sundy Best has released several albums, including “Door Without a Screen” and “Salvation City,” both of which showcase their evocative songwriting and harmonic richness. Their lyrical narratives, imbued with heartfelt authenticity, give voice to the universal human experience of love, loss, and longing.

Their grassroots approach to music, community-focused ethos, and undeniable talent have earned them a dedicated fanbase, affectionately referred to as the “Kinfolk.” Sundy Best’s commitment to their roots and passion for pushing musical boundaries ensures their continued growth in the country music landscape.

Driven by their love for their Appalachian roots and a desire to share its unique sound with the world, Sundy Best continues to create music that resonates with audiences far and wide. Their sound is a testament to their Kentucky upbringing, and a reminder that the power of authentic, heartfelt music transcends geographic and genre boundaries.

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