Slow Leak started as a traditional bluegrass band, pounding out old standards as well as a sprinkling their own material. Now years later, they have transformed into a sound all their own. Their shows are filled with acoustic harmonies, muddy rivers, and honest folk tunes crafted from heartbreak, happiness, and tough times. The band is now comprised of four characters who began playing together at the infamous RP Hill deer camps (Stoney Bowers, mandolin/guitar, Bob Gass, bass, and Travis Mullenix, guitar) along with a Carrollton native, (Sean Cleary, dobro/guitar).  Slow Leak’s unique musical style spans decades and genres, and its unpolished purity is reminiscent of down home jams, roadhouse sessions, and simpler times.