Americana duo, The Honey Dewdrops, are Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish. Having toured together for ten years, they have long felt the push and pull between their original roots in the Appalachian mountains of Virginia and their current home in Baltimore, Maryland. It is in the sound of their harmony-soaked songs, blended with the tones of guitar, banjo, and mandolin. It is also in the group's songwriting, which reflects the beautiful and hard realities of today. The Honey Dewdrops have released six albums and toured internationally since 2009, with over a thousand shows under their belts on stages such as A Prairie Home Companion (St. Paul, MN), Merlefest (Wilkesboro, NC), Celtic Connections (Glasgow, SCO) and the Bluegrass Jamboree (Germany). Artistically, Wortman and Parrish are inspired by American folk and traditional music, especially Bluegrass and Old-Time. They focus on producing original music, both in recorded form and through live performances. Their sound expands on that of American roots music and showcases the dynamism and intimacy of musical duos. Laura and Kagey maintain a "folk" approach to their work, which includes an appreciation for traditional music styles and their forebears, a life-long approach to learning about music, and a drive to collaborate and learn from other artists. A full-time touring schedule is a priority as they aim to spread their music and connect with as many people as possible. The duo's latest collection of songs, Anyone Can See, was released in March 2019, and they will be working through the winter on a new recording project set for release in late 2021.