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2018 Music lineup

 

FY5

Mike Finders: Guitar, Vocals Erin Youngberg: Bass, Vocals Aaron Youngberg: Banjo Ryan Drickey: Fiddle Rich Zimmerman: Mandolin

Colorado has served as a magnet for musicians looking to find themselves, and it’s become a place for musical kindred spirits to commune and create. FY5 –Finnders & Youngberg– represent this pioneering spirit, and with their latest effort, Eat the Moon, we can hear a newfound maturity and purpose that comes with steady gigging, dedication, and a renewed sense of purpose. Bluegrass harmonies, crisp as a mountain stream, meld with virtuosic picking and fiddling and the kind of honest acknowledgment of the tough realities of life that’s best found in traditional honky-tonk. “We’re proud to have come from the traditional folk and bluegrass school,” says bandleader Mike Finders, “yet we put all that aside and do our best to build the songs honestly, creatively, with no predetermined agenda to play this or that kind of music.” With Eat the Moon, FY5 brings us a self-assured vision of American music, rooted in tradition, but pointing to new creative directions that make it vital and relevant

 

Urban Pioneers

Urban Pioneers Hillbilly Swing Music from their fourth studio album "Hillbilly Swing Music"

Mix one part Texas fiddle, one part Tennessee banjo, a splash of guitar, stir it with a doghouse bass and you have a swingin’ cocktail for your ears known as the Urban Pioneers. 
“Hillbilly Swing Music is true to the title, filled with fun ditties and infectious reels that reawaken the simple joy of primitive American string music in a way that is invigorating and fun, yet still enriching with intelligent turns and deceptively-smart songwriting.
Their fourth overall record...really is a step up in quality across the board from the trio, from the songwriting, to the production, to simply the audio grade of the recordings. It’s probably worthy of naming as their best record yet.
A former classically trained violinist and an enlisted man in the Navy take time from trapping feral hogs on their property in North Texas to play a few songs for you to help spin the troubles away. This is what old time primitive country is all about.

 

Ok Sisters

Kate Fly and Karen Lee have performed together for more than 30 years on stage. Acoustic based.

 

DUANE MARK

Duane Mark teamed up with a couple of the players from Rock Bottom String Band (Ryan & Mackenzie) to record a brand new song to help promote our upcoming two new vinyl projects! Check out www.ihateduanemark.com to learn more about the vinyl releases!!!
 
 

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