Steve Hussey and Jake Eddy originally started working together in 2014 the Steve hired Jake to record a few songs for Steve's upcoming wedding. That went so well they continued working together recording a full length LP. The result, "The Miller Girl", draws on their influences in the genre including Old Crow Medicine Show, the Avett Brothers and Jason Isbell.

Based out of Washington, West Virginia, they form a formidable duo. The album "The Miller Girl" explores themes of the transformational power of love and is dark, funny, and wistful by turns and features something that's lost is a lot of modern music: innocence.

Jake is a West Virginia state flat picking champion and multi-instrumental virtuoso who has played with Bluegrass legend Melvin Goins' band. He has also played with James King and shared the stage with Idletymes, Don Rigby, and Remington Ryde to name a few.

Steve is a well known regional songwriter in the Mid Ohio Valley. He owns and operates Merf Records, a small independent label and recording studio in Washington, West Virginia. 

"The Miller Girl" was November 22, 2016 on their label Merf Records to critical acclaim, garnering radio play on 5 continents, being reviewed in 8 languages and charting on several charts. The title song has been nominated for "Best Bluegrass Song" by the Independent Music Awards.