The Acoustic Sound Hounds is a Kaufman County, Texas bluegrass band that plays traditional and contemporary bluegrass, country and old gospel while adding its own flavor to the music.  Their music has been described as “bluegrass with a twist” and “country grass.”  Always working on new material, the band specializes in writing and performing its own music compositions.


The Acoustic Sound Hounds completed its first album in early 2011.  The self-titled album contains eight original and two cover songs.  It was released at a landmark event in Crandall, Texas on July 22, 2011.  The band is currently working on its second album.
















The Acoustic Sound Hounds routinely performs at festivals in Kaufman, Crandall, Combine, Seagoville, Terrell and Ennis.  The band has performed live music on the radio for KNON's Texas Renegade Radio Show in Dallas, and Mark Henderson's Country Jamboree on KRDH radio in Canton.  In addition to smaller venues, the band has performed at Rodeo City Music Hall (formerly the Mesquite Opry), the Poetry Music Festival, Bill's Records, Poor David's Pub, the Five Alarm Country Music Festival, the Old Mill Inn at Fair Park, the Bristol Opry, Son’s of Hermann Hall in Dallas, Ernest Tubb Record Shop at Fort Worth, and the Concho Valley Bluegrass Festival.  Benefit performances include the Kaufman Senior Center, the Race for the Cure, and the Veterans Traveling Tribute wall in Ennis. 


…….About Us

Acoustic Sound Hounds

“Original Country-Grass”

The four person band consists of Combine residents Craig Dennie on banjo and Phil Boyd on bass; and Cottonwood residents Jeff Gray on rhythm guitar and Pam Gray on mandolin.  Phil’s brother, Wallace, retired from the band after extended illness.  Performances often include ten year old Jacie Gray as a guest vocalist. 


The band was formed in mid-2008 when Pam began playing the mandolin.  Phil then put down his guitar and began playing bass, and brother Wallace joined in with harmonica and guitar.  Pam’s husband Jeff joined the group as rhythm guitar, and the band was complete by 2009 when Craig joined the group with his banjo.