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Displaying items by tag: bluegrass

Junior Sisk has lived most of his life in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia where he listened to and played the music that was born in the hills of his home state. His songwriting helped The Lonesome River Band in its ascent to bluegrass stardom in the early 1990’s.

The Get Down Boys, "...a fine, new, youthful quartet of Los Angeles-based musicians." (-California Bluegrass Association), are a string band who perform traditional bluegrass & other modern styles at clubs and special events.

Saturday, June 2 4:30 - 5:15pm

Workshop Stage by the pond

Junior Sisk is at the top of his game and has surrounded himself with a top notch band of musicians including Jason Tomlin on bass and vocals; Chris Davis on mandolin and vocals; Billy Hawks on fiddle and vocals; and Jason Davis on banjo and vocals.

Sunday, June 3, 2:00pm

Workshop Stage by the pond

In just a few years the Get Down Boys have mastered an organic, contemporary sound and cohesive high energy act, but most important to this group is their support for the new movements in bluegrass music. "The GDB's are blazing a new path with their spit-fire vocals, upbeat high-tempo picking, and a classic mix of instrumentation that sounds twangy and fresh" (The Groove Thief).

Saturday, June 2, 1:30 - 2:15pm

Workshop Stage by the pond

The Nay Family and the Ozberkmen Family

Sunday, June 3, 3:00pm

Workshop Stage by the pond

Long recognized and praised as a creative force in acoustic music, Claire Lynch is a pioneer who continually pushes the boundaries of the bluegrass genre. The current Claire Lynch Band is a powerful juggernaut, a quartet that has the innate ability to perfectly interpret the beauty, subtlety, and genre-defying sophistication of Claire's music and they have her animated and energized. Her career has come full circle: once again, she's a creative powerhouse at the top of her game, performing with one of the sharpest and most exciting post-modern bluegrass bands of the current decade.

Red Desert Ramblers is the PREMIER "Feel Good" band in Utah. Specializing in Bluegrass, Swing, Country, Folk and even an Irish or Scottish tune thrown in ocassionally.

The Clumsy Lovers have brought their mix of fiddle and banjo-fuelled, bluegrassified Celtic rock to North American audiences for over a decade. With more than 2500 performances under their belts, their high-energy shows have worn out dance floors and created a loyal following in 49 states and across their homeland of Canada.

Winners of the International Bluegrass Music Association's prestigious Emerging Artist of the Year award in 2003, the Kenny and Amanda Smith Band combines gutsy, heartfelt vocals, brilliant instrumental talents and a powerful, contemporary sense of song choice and arrangement into one of the most compelling new sounds in bluegrass today.

Back by popular demand, Driven entertained us at the 2010 festival on stage and off!

The name itself suits this band perfectly. Driven is comprised of 5 young and talented musicians that have a love for traditional bluegrass music. The band formed as a simple group of friends that met at the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas only a couple years ago. Their hard drivin' sound is inspired by the very roots of this music such as people like Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, and the Stanley Brothers. Whether they're singing in concise harmony or tearin' it up on a blistering instrumental, Driven brings an exciting energy to the stage that can't be missed.

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