Formed in 2012 in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Redleg Husky is an Americana/folk band that recalls the sounds of a long drive, a well-worn record, and boots on a dusty floor. Their live performances have continued to captivate audiences throughout the Southeast, leading to features on the Jonesborough Yarn Exchange, WNCW's "Local Color," WMMT Mountain Community Radio, WDVX's "Blue Plate Special," Homoground.com, and a performance at the 2014 Sirens on the Mountain Music Festival. Redleg Husky consists of Misa Giroux (vocals, guitar, mandolin), Tim McWilliams (vocals, guitar, banjo), and regional/studio musician David Funderburk (vocals, various percussion, musical saw). Their debut self-titled EP was recorded in Greensboro, NC, by Daniel Levi Goans (Lowland Hum) and released in January 2013, followed by their first full-length studio album Carolina, recorded at Wild Chorus Studios in Knoxville, TN, by Scott Minor (Sparklehorse) and released in March 2014.