With palpable chemistry and warmth, Chatham Rabbits — Sarah Osborne McCombie (vocals, banjo) and Austin McCombie (vocals, guitar, fiddle) — fill each space they enter with brightness and sincerity. Their songs are stories flush with vivid imagery, contemplative metaphors, and evidence of their binding ties to the South. Hailing from Bynum, North Carolina, just like the original Chatham Rabbits string band of the early 20th century, this duo lights up any stage. After abandoning their corporate careers to take Chatham Rabbits full-time, Sarah and Austin now travel the country with their hound dog Ruby, showing their commitment to living life to the fullest and sharing the music that they love.
Joined in the studio by Andrew Marlin (Mandolin Orange) and Libby Rodenbough (Mipso), Chatham Rabbits’ debut album “All I Want From You” is a journey through the minds and lives of people wanting more, dealing with what they have, and desiring a more vivid existence. Like their performances, the songwriting in this album is both tender and strong, guiding audiences and listeners through a rich and delicate journey.