Formed in the early 1980's, the Foxfire Boys grew out of the world renowned Foxfire organization. Foxfire Fund Inc., a non-profit educational organization that promoted experienced-based learning, also provided Rabun County students opportunities to connect with mountain culture in the southern Appalachians, including Music.
All members of the Foxfire Boys took part in Foxfire's Music Program. To learn more about the Foxfire organization or purchase music of the Foxfire Boys go to our Facebook page: @thefoxfireboys.
As their abilities grew, the Foxfire Boys began to perform their own unique style of bluegrass in larger and more diverse venues. Over the years, the group has shared the stage with many well known country, bluegrass, and folk artists. The group has made appearances on TNN and CMT television networks, performed at The Grand Ol' Opry, World's Fair, Folk & Art festivals throughout the United States, and a tour of Norway in 1994.
The group continues to perform for public and private events throughout the region, including many local benefits. The Foxfire Boys have a passion for family, faith, and community. A love of these things is demonstrated through their music.