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Jesse Langlais Featured

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Jesse Langlais Photo by Sandlin Gaither Jesse Langlais

Jesse Langlais grew up in the rural town of Old Town, Maine where he first discovered his passion for banjo, bluegrass and working with his hands. At 19, Jesse picked up the banjo and took lessons from Bill Smith, founder of the successful Bluegrass Supply Company band. In 2001, with determined interest in pursuing a music career, Jesse moved to Asheville, NC, calling western North Carolina home for the past 15 years.

Jesse's hard work paid off in Asheville, he plays banjo, provides vocals and songwriting for the award-winning group Town Mountain, a high-energy bluegrass band. Jesse has always been interested in the history of music, with musical taste across the board that you can hear reflected in his banjo playing style.

As important as music is in Jesse's life, he has other passions. A carpenter by trade, he still picks up jobs from time-to-time, more recently completing a full interior remodel on a home he and his fiancee purchased.

Town Mountain (left to right): Phil Barker (Mandolin, Vocals), Jesse Langlais (Banjo, Vocals), Bobby Britt (Fiddle), Robert Greer (Vocals, Guitar), (not in photo) Adam Chaffins (Bass).

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