New trio Edens Edge combine acoustic instruments and tight harmonies for a sound steeped in country and flavored with bluegrass.
Lead singer Hannah Blaylock grew up singing in church choirs and a family band, but the seeds for Edens Edge weren't planted
until college when Dean Berner joined her group. When the group expanded to add a mandolin player, Cherrill Green came on
board. The band moved to Nashville as a trio in 2007. Their debut single, "Amen" is a sweet story of small-town love -- the
kind found right in front of your nose. CMT thinks you'll fall in love with Edens Edge, too.
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