Formed in the tradition of such legendary duos Flatt and Scruggs and the Osborne Brothers, Tom Feller and Chris Hill are also heavily influenced by classic country greats Buck Owens and Ray Price. Feller's solid, expressive lead vocals blend seamlessly with Hill's razor-sharp tenor vocals, culminating in an exciting new duo, Feller and Hill.
2013 has been a great year for Feller and Hill. In their very first year of touring, the boys have played some of the largest festivals in the United States, as well as Canada. Their debut CD proved to be a major factor in their success, with four songs from the project making it into the top twenty on the bluegrass charts. "Big Blue Roses", written by Tom T. and Dixie Hall, peaked at number two on the charts, in June. "Is That Footsteps That I Hear", peaked at number one on the Powergrass Radio gospel charts, earlier in the year. The boys are also proud to announce that the debut album has been submitted for Grammy consideration.
2014 is going to be even more exciting, for Feller and Hill. A tour of Europe has been scheduled for July, as well as many repeat appearances from 2013. Audiences everywhere love the dynamic and entertaining performances that take the audience back to the early sights and sounds of bluegrass and country music. Work has begun on their second album, which will include several special guests. In addition, Feller and Hill will continue working on a special tribute project which will honor the Boys From Indiana, who have been a great inspiration to their music. A chronology of over 60 songs has been planned and will be released in a series that will cover the history of the BFI music, from 1974 to 1992.