Sunday, April 22, 2012
Wear your dancing shoes whenever seeing The Julie Duke Band. This meteoric ensemble puts on a riveting, high energy revue with material taken from the songbooks of Blues, Classic Soul, Funk and Rock featuring music from artists you know and artists you will be glad you found out about.
Combining the dependable genre of American Folk with the subtleties of Rock, Country and Blues, the EM band provides authentic musical experiences to a variety of listeners. Whether dancing to an upbeat tune or soaking in the intricate lyrics, audiences delight in the band’s cordiality and impeccable musicianship.
The Blackberry Bushes take a bluegrass instrumentation, draw from the deep roots of American folk music and add influences from Bluegrass, Appalachian old-time, Indie Rock, jazz, and pop. Virtuosic musicianship, compelling arrangements, quick wit, flying tempos, and heavy heel boot dancing are all elements of a live show that is joyous and vibrant with an intention to move the audience in their hearts and out of their seats.
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"Shady Grove delights its audiences with a wide variety of fun and lively folk songs from the 1960s, including favorites of The Kingston Trio and The Brothers Four. This all-acoustic group features strong three-part vocal harmonies accompanied by guitar, banjo, mandolin and upright bass."
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