Heavenly music at a divine price! The Campbell Brothers play ‘Sacred Steel’ in Flushing

Heavenly music at a divine price! The Campbell Brothers play ‘Sacred Steel’ in Flushing
It’s a family affair…with a very talented family…and a nice price. The Campbell Brothers — the world’s biggest purveyor of a fiery genre that is completely American, supremely spiritual, and absolutely rocking — will perform at Flushing Town …
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5 concerts to look forward to at Fort Collins’ newest music venue, Washington’s, this year
Sporting 5 albums since their 2011 self-titled EP, The Oh Hellos are a Texas-based folk rock band consisting of siblings Maggie and Tyler Heath. If you decide to see them at the Washington’s this March, expect to hear some nice, laid back folk jams from …
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THERAPEUTIC SOUNDS: Harpist’s calming music soothes patients
There’s something about the almost magical strains of a well-tuned harp. She can’t put her finger on all the reasons, but soon-to-be certified therapeutic harpist Donell Archer frequently sees the music’s effects in her work as an intern at Green Valley …
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Gregg Allman Talks Dickey Betts, and the Future of the Allman Brothers Band

musicGregg Allman Talks Dickey Betts, and the Future of the Allman Brothers Band
But even more surprising than the news that Gregg would consider an Allmans reunion less than a year after they retired, is the fact that he’s been talking in the press about reconciling with founding guitarist/singer Dickey Betts, whom the band fired …
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Guitarist Andy McKee to perform at Pepperdine
… he magically transforms the steel string guitar into a full orchestra; McKee’s acoustic guitar can approximate the polyrhythmic interplay of a percussion ensemble, the harmonic sweep of a string section, the dazzling runs of a bluegrass bass-and …
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Derek Trucks on tone secrets, first records and keeping it real
“Me and my bass player, we just looked at each other and said, ‘Yep, that kid’s got it…’” Landreth’s prediction was right on the money. Born in Jacksonville, Florida, in 1979, the precocious slide man might have been the nephew of Allman Brothers …
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