Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Open jam begins at 6:30, so bring your instrument!
Concert begins at 7:30
There will be a refreshment breat, so bring your appetite!
The Charleston, South Carolina based old-time trio says “We just sound like we sound like.” ‘And what they sound like’, says Virginia State Folklorist, Jon Lohman, ‘is an arresting trio of fine musicians, playing the music they love the only way they know how, resulting in a sound that melds a seasoned artistry with playful exuberance. David, Ivy and Sarah’s voices together create a sound that is at once hauntingly ancient yet refreshingly new. There is a sense of immediacy to the Broadcaster’s sound, which can bring old chestnuts to new life, while providing new originals with the patina and soul of the well-worn hills that inspire them."
Sunday, 21 April 2013
|Where:||Christ Church - 20 Carroll Street, Poughkeepsie, NY|
|When:||Saturday May 4, 2013 at 7:30PM|
We are very sad to announced the postponement of the Special Consensus Concert. All those who have purchased advanced tickets will have a full refund mailed to them. We hope to have Special Consensus here for our Fall Concert.
For those who NEED a Special Consensus "fix," be sure to catch them this summer at Grey Fox!
Saturday, 06 April 2013
Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in Oak Hill, NY. Photo by Wm. Moogan.
Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival—the award-winning, four-day, multi-stage music festival in New York’s Catskill Mountains—announces its most exciting and eclectic lineup to date. A veritable “Who’s Who of Bluegrass Music” in Oak Hill, NY, Grey Fox continues to stretch the musical envelope bringing a dazzling mix of traditional and contemporary bluegrass, old-time, jazz-grass, jam-grass, gypsy-jazz, Celtic, Cajun, zydeco, Americana and more to thousands of music fans who come from thirty-some states and over a dozen countries each year. This year’s dates are Thursday, July 18 through Sunday July 21, 2013. Music officially kicks off Thursday at 3:00 p.m., but plenty of picking will be heard around the grounds beginning Wednesday, July 17 when camping gates open.
Friday, 05 April 2013
Old Time and Celtic songs are about whiskey, food and struggle. Bluegrass songs are about God, mother and the girl who did me wrong. If the girl isn’t dead by the third verse, it ain’t Bluegrass. If everyone dies, it’s Celtic.