Video: Original Rendition of “Satan and Grandma”

Three Bridges’ latest radio single, “Satan and Grandma,” is unique enough to turn heads and generate buzz. It turns out they weren’t the first to do it; The Grascals, two-time Entertainers of the Year in Bluegrass (2006 and 2007), introduced the song:


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  1. The Grascals, a much better version, in my opinion.

    • I’m inclined to agree that I prefer the bluegrass treatment on this particular tune. That’s why I thought it was worth passing along! 🙂