New·grass (noun); the wild bluegrass stepchild that features rock ‘n’ roll grooves and extended virtuosic jams.
Though he admits a certain discomfort with the title “King of Newgrass,” mandolin sensation Sam Bush has more than earned it; he might not be the only person responsible, but he has most certainly been one of the most brilliant of the many bright lights of newgrass.
Tickets and more info at http://www.thecolonial.org/PopUp.asp?ID=22
Coaching session with Sam Bush, for intermediate/advanced mandolin players. $15.00
Nelson Town Hall
Sunday, February 10
Free Admission (donations welcome)
Beverages provided – bring snacks to share
Information: 603.547.8809 or E-mail: Larry Ames
Gordon and Spencer Peery
Dublin, NH poet
will read from his works
The hills are alive with the sound of folk music. From town halls, church basements, bars and restaurants, to living rooms and kitchens, people are satisfying their yearning to play and sing. This is nothing new: music is a very primal instinct that demands fulfillment. But it is exciting to look around and see the ways that this is happening in our time, and in our place. Read more