Bio's sure are a funny thing. Sometimes the band writes them for themselves, other times they pay a bunch of money to have a professional do it. Well, instead of that whole hoopla, I'm just going to explain why I think Sarah and I find serious amounts of joy in making music together. We met back in the early days of Dead Horses and Horseshoes & Hand Grenades. Those are our two "main bands", ya know, our day jobs. Anyhow, we immediately hit it off and became friends. I think there was a sense of musical and life curiosity, as well as mutual respect, that drew us together. That feeling led to us hanging out at my college rental house in Stevens Point. We started playing music together and there was this wonderful and immediate sense of chemistry. The floors were wooden, and I think that made the sound sparkle a little bit too. That really was the first night of "Rucksack Revolution". Since then, our friendship and our music have grown and created some great nights of music and magic. Sometimes we play songs we've recently written, other times we play songs from Dead Horses or Horseshoes, and sometimes we even play songs we've never played for anyone before. Sometimes we feel real high, sometimes we feel real low. I think we take comfort and pride in the acceptance that we have for one another and I think that creates a relaxed feeling that can lead to some beautiful sounds. In the spring and summer of 2021, we decided to go to a recording studio and lay down some music that was uniquely us. It feels like that experience drew us musically closer yet and I feel great, and grateful, about what we created. People are always asking about the future and the past, but sometimes it's best to just see what is, right now. When we get together, we try to embrace that moment and hope that the folks that come around can join us in that. I think Sarah's a wonderful songwriter, a great human, and a dear friend. I really, really enjoy making music with her. How's that for a damn bio? -Adam Greuel www.rucksack-revolution.com
is a purely Wisconsin man and composer of folk, bluegrass, and country songs. His goal is to make you laugh, cry, and think about why. You'll often find him playing the banjo in Armchair Boogie or sitting in the woods trying to figure it all out. Either way, he's just doing what he loves.