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For 2020, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Goes Global

COVID-19’s impacts have taken a toll on the live music world; however, the San Francisco-based Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival is determined to Let the Music Play On.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Thursday, June 18

We don’t use the term “supergroup” lightly when we talk about Songs From the Road Band. You’ll understand why, when we tell you that the North Carolina bluegrass outfit consists of:

Mark Schimick, award-winning mandolin player
Charles Humphrey III, Grammy-winning bassist and North Carolina Music Hall of Famer
Two-time National Fiddle Champion James Schlender
Vocalist and bluegrass ambassador Sam Wharton

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Buffalo Rose’s ‘Borrowed and Blue: Live Around One Microphone’ Breathes New Life Into Past Songs

Buffalo Rose is a soulfully folk-leaning sextet hailing from Pittsburgh, whose music I would liken to a sunny summer afternoon. Their upbeat, foot stomping, bluegrass-esque rhythm section, paired with perfectly blended harmonies, feels like a breath of fresh air. Their latest project, Borrowed and Blue: Live Around One Microphone, is a testament to that.

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PHOTOS: Hawktail ‘Formations’ Release Show at Little Harpeth Brewing

Instrumental acoustic supergroup Hawktail is understandably excited about their new album, Formations. So, when they rolled through Nashville on their winter tour in support of the album, it was time for celebration.

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Hawktail’s Jordan Tice on ‘Formations,’ Band’s Evolution, and 2020 Plans

When genre-bending acoustic supergroup Hawktail comes to Little Harpeth Brewing this Friday night, they will do so in celebration of Formations, their new album which serves as the band’s most cohesive representation of its musical vision to date.

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