the theatrical rock band
from Nashville, TN
....draws inspiration, both musically and poetically, from all things imaginative, mythical, and spooky. With a colorfully haunting melody and a flourishing sweep of the hand, they will weave their strand of tales and take you with them on a wild ride, from the eerie solitude of a dark forest to the wily seas; from the tippy top of a wind swept mountain pass to the grittiest alleyways of sordid scum.
Festival of Ghouls 2019
FESTIVAL OF GHOULS 2019
Their story began when Zach Ferrin first started putting his imagination to song. The year was 2010, and he was determined to take the music, art, and stories he had been cultivating to one great platform where he could share them, with the intent to wrap it into one bundle of entertainment for the masses. He and and his sister, former member Kirstie Ferrin, had half of what would become their first album written before they would have a title by which to call themselves. The songs were all rambunctious, melodic, and wrapped in themes of loss, love, hate, and triumph playfully told through tales of legend and myth. "Fable Cry" was born, and in 2011 they self released their self-titled debut album. Between the two of them they played guitar, violin, accordion, drums, bells, kazoo, ukelele, banjo, and cello, and they tried their best to include as much of it as possible in their live shows, along with humorous intros, crowd participation, and twistedly playful "Story Time" between songs.