A band born around a campfire. That is essentially what it comes down to when talking about Garrett and the Sheriffs. After working together at a beloved summer camp, Garrett Hendricks, Peter Erickson, Sarah Elder, and Danny Grasseschi formed Garrett and the Sheriffs out of a communal love of music. The birth of the band out of vivid summers spent in the great outdoors gives their music a rootsy grit and an organic soul. With influences ranging from the Zac Brown Band, The Lumineers, Johnny Cash Springsteen, and other greats, Garrett and the Sheriffs embrace the rich history of American music while always looking forward. After gaining a foothold in Bellingham the band moved to Seattle where they recorded and released their debut, “Turn the Tide.” Now joined by keyboardist, Brian Reding, Garrett and the Sheriffs plan on taking their rugged Americana music to the rest of Washington and hopefully beyond.