Sarah Clanton Schaffer and Darby Wilcox of O Mello Cello Tree perform “Reasons Why” in our kitchen.Their energy is infectious. We’re more than happy they made the drive and the short walk up into our tree house apartment.O Mello Cello Tree:This acoustic, near neo-folk duo is comprised of two head strong women and have quite the tale to tell. Darby Tollison, known to her fans as Darby One, met Sarah Clanton a few years ago at Coffee Underground in Greenville South Carolina. Sarah was involved with another band, ViaMcbee, and finishing up Furman Univeristy. Before everyone’s eyes Sarah fell into the throes of Darby’s soulful tunes! After a classical fall out with the flute Darby began playing guitar at the age of thirteen. She always had hoped to integrate the cello into her music…somehow…It had to be fate that O Mello Cello Tree began as two musical soul mates found each other. Since 2006 O Mello Cello Tree has opened for various artists including Jump Little Children’s Ward Williams, Niel Brooks, and Wasted Wine. The duo also participated in O.N.E. Music Festival 2007 and will be returning again this year. This summer O Mello Cello Tree will be performing at Music in the Woods at Paris Mountain State Park, a sustainable festival which Sarah Clanton has organized for the 2008 season. These ladies most recently made their way to the city of dreams, Nashville, Tennessee, via their tremendous fans. Now, with the release of their first professional album, Ride to Graybar Lane, O Mello Cello Tree hopes to gain serious ground in order to fund an east coast tour within the next year. With the support they have received so far, the possibilities now seem limitless.– myspacemoreless
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