Fairground Saints Premier New Acoustic Video For “Turn This Car Around”

The Bluegrass Situation is premiering the Fairground Saints’ acoustic performance of the track “Turn This Car Around”. The song appears on the band’s self-titled debut album which was produced by Matthew Wilder, out now on Verve Records.

The premiere comes on the heels of the group’s recent month-long opening slot on Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Gimmie Love” tour supporting her new record E•MO•TION.

Warning: Joining the group love affair is inevitable,” says The Huffington Post in a recent interview with the band. “In only about a year, they already have developed a polished sound and exquisite three-part harmonies…it’s apparent Fairground Saints know how to have a good time.”

Read the full interview on The Huffington Post HERE.

The Los Angeles based trio which consists of Mason Van Valin (vocals and guitar), Elijah Edwards (vocals, guitar, mandolin, keyboards, Dobro, accordion) and Megan McAllister (vocals, guitar, dulcimer) happened to meet by chance…and we’re glad their paths crossed!

We gelled quickly and started making music together right away,” says McAllister, “it was almost like we were already family.” The trio began getting songs together for their debut album and in 2014 landed a deal with The Verve Music Group/Universal Records to release it.

Earlier this year, The Fairground Saints released their self titled debut album and continue to take country music by storm. The first four tracks including debut single “Can’t Control the Weather,” “Ain’t Much for Lyin’,” “Turn This Car Around” and “All For You” are available for purchase on iTunes HERE.


  1. Ain’t Much for Lyin’
  2. Can’t Control the Weather
  3. All For You
  4. Church
  5. Still
  6. Gossip Land
  7. Wish I Was
  8. Until Then
  9. Sunday Lover
  10. Made to be Forgotten
  11. Turn this Car Around
  12. Somethin’ from Nothin’

Watch the acoustic video for “Turn This Car Around” Here:

For more information on the Fairground Saints visit them at: www.fairgroundsaints.com and follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FairgroundSaints, Twitter www.twitter.com/FGSaints and Instagram www.instagram.com/fairgroundsaints


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