New music out now!
The sophomore release by Headin’ Home, released 8/5/22!
Stunning instrumental prowess and tight vocals both shine on this 13-track project, which delivers a tasty blend of original and traditional songs in an exciting display of top-notch family musicianship. Headin’ Home takes their polished, hard-driving bluegrass sound to a whole new level with this second album release!
“Headin’ Home’s wholesome, celebratory music is almost irrepressibly appealing and uplifting.” -Bluegrass Unlimited
A driving and dynamic family band from Savannah, GA
Headin’ Home is a family band hailing from Bloomingdale, GA, near Savannah. The group consists of Jon Lindblom, dad, on upright bass and vocals; Marina Lindblom, mom, on fiddle; Luke Lindblom, 24, on dobro and vocals; Libby Lindblom, 22, on guitar and vocals; Lucy Lindblom, 20, on mandolin and vocals; and Timothy Lindblom, 18, on banjo. This seasoned family band is a refreshing burst of youthful energy, red-hot picking, chilling vocal harmonies, an entertaining stage show, and uplifting, faith-based music rooted in the traditional bluegrass sound. Their repertoire is a fascinating fusion of both traditional and original material.
Headin’ Home keeps a busy tour schedule, bringing the fire and fun of family bluegrass to stages all over the southeastern United States — including many churches, festivals, pickin’ parlors, and other events. Notable appearances include the IBMA Bluegrass Live 2022 Youth Stage; Silver Dollar City Bluegrass & BBQ Festival in Branson, MO; Twin Oaks Bluegrass Festival in Hoboken, GA; and Randy Wood’s Pickin Parlor in Bloomingdale, GA, among others. With two full-length albums released so far, this family band is taking the music seriously and keeping it fun! Get ready for some JOY . . . it’s Headin’ Home - bluegrass with a destiny!
“Well in sync... tight-knit delivery... eager and effusive vocals. Theirs is a faith-based sound that’s brought them to stages around the country and garnered them plenty of accolades in the process. They’ve managed to prove that homespun harmony is both real and relevant, especially when applied within the context of making music.” -Bluegrass Today
Coming November 10-13, 2022...
Join us in Lyons, GA for a family-hosted bluegrass festival featuring great music, camping, food, and fellowship!
We can’t wait to be part of IBMA 2020 Virtual World of Bluegrass this weekend – with our band performing Saturday…Read More