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TribLIVE
The Way Down Wanderers’ musical influences forge unique soundThe Way Down Wanderers' musical influences forge unique sound | TribLIVE Neigh
The Way Down Wanderers’ musical influences forge unique sound
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
The Way Down Wanderers' musical influences forge unique sound | TribLIVE Neighborhoods The Way Down Wanderers' musical influences forge unique sound The Way Down Wanderers include (from left) John Merikoski, Collin Krause, John Williams and Austin... Read more
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Boise Weekly
Bound by BanjosFor Bela Fleck, his love affair with folk music started early. As a young boy l
Bound by Banjos
Boise Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
For Bela Fleck, his love affair with folk music started early. As a young boy living in New York City, Fleck saw the Beverly Hillbillies on television in the '60s and was blown away—not by the redneck stereotypes, but the opening theme music,... Read more
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The Star
Five things to do this weekendFive things to do in Cleveland County this weekendFridayLocals Friday at Newgra
Five things to do this weekend
The Star / Posted 8 days ago
Five things to do in Cleveland County this weekendFridayLocals Friday at Newgrass Brewing Co.Stay local this Friday at Newgrass Brewing Company, 213 S. Lafayette St., Shelby, with some talented musicians from the area. 3 Piece will play from 7 to... Read more
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Rocky Mount Telegram
The Rocky Mount TelegramThe Tar River Orchestra and Chorus League is going back to the roots of pop mus
The Rocky Mount Telegram
Rocky Mount Telegram / Posted 9 days ago
The Tar River Orchestra and Chorus League is going back to the roots of pop music for its annual fundraising concert. The Original Drifters will play a Feb. 12 benefit show to support the league’s classical, big band and choral ensembles. Set for... Read more
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The Star
'Welcome to Cleveland County' album celebrates all things local The latest project from a well-known Cleveland Community College sociology in
'Welcome to Cleveland County' album celebrates all things local
The Star / Posted 9 days ago
The latest project from a well-known Cleveland Community College sociology instructor spotlights the famous sights and history of Shelby and surrounding areas.Whether you’re new to town... Read more
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The Star
Final public forum lays out Shelby's potential future plans for years to come At the final input session on Thursday, Tripp Muldrow, of Arnett Muldrow and
Final public forum lays out Shelby's potential future plans for years to come
The Star / Posted 13 days ago
At the final input session on Thursday, Tripp Muldrow, of Arnett Muldrow and Associates, provided the standing-room-only audience at the Earl Scruggs Center with a look at... Read more
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The Star
Six things to do this weekendSaturdaySouthern Arts Society Flute circleThe Carolina Flute Circle will have t
Six things to do this weekend
The Star / Posted 15 days ago
SaturdaySouthern Arts Society Flute circleThe Carolina Flute Circle will have their regional meeting at Southern Arts Society, 301 N. Piedmont Ave., Kings Mountain, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. The Carolinas Flute Circle is a group from the... Read more
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The Star
Final City Center Master Plan public forum to take place Thursday Posted Jan. 19, 2016 at 6:00 PM The public will have one last chance to prov
Final City Center Master Plan public forum to take place Thursday
The Star / Posted 17 days ago
Posted Jan. 19, 2016 at 6:00 PM The public will have one last chance to provide its input on the City Center Master Plan.The fourth, and final, public forum is at 6 p.m. on Thursday... Read more
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The Star
Marty Stuart to perform fifth time at The Don Gibson Marty Stuart’s career in country music began as a member of Johnny Cash’s ban
Marty Stuart to perform fifth time at The Don Gibson
The Star / Posted 23 days ago
Marty Stuart’s career in country music began as a member of Johnny Cash’s band. Years later, he married the Man in Black’s daughter.Stuart keeps it country. He carries the heritage of country... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Mountain Sprout keep their death-grass greenIt requires special people to take mountain music and make it weirder than natu
Mountain Sprout keep their death-grass green
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 24 days ago
It requires special people to take mountain music and make it weirder than nature originally intended. And Mountain Sprout's cockeyed bluegrass is pretty special. The Arkansas-based quartet originally formed in the early aughts in New... Read more

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