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Head for the Hills Goes Vinyl at the Mishawaka

Head for the Hills, formed in 2003 in Fort Collins, Colorado, while living in the dorm rooms at Colorado State University. Adam Kinghorn (guitar/vocals), then a freshman, was playing guitar and noticed Matt Loewen (upright bass/vocals) walking down the hall with a cool band T-shirt and he called out, “Hey guy, we gotta jam sometime.” Adam was visiting a friend’s dorm room, and Joe Lessard (violin/vocals) was the neighbor. Joe […]

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Trout Steak Revival–Aggie Theatre, Nov. 17

Colorado-based quintet Trout Steak Revival has established itself as a staple in the local bluegrass scene over the past few years. At the Aggie Theatre Friday, the band added another engaging, workman-like performance to its ever-growing resume. Fiddler Bevin Foley lays down classic bluegrass phrases with a ferocity that keeps the licks fresh and the energy high. But she sometimes opts for slower parts that steer the music into contemplative, […]

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Front Country Plays Avo’s 11/10/2017

Front Country is not your average American Roots band. They play progressive bluegrass with an influence of world music, jazz, composition, and classical guitar.  Electropop, honky-tonk, and soul sound merge, blending a modern sound of the future with the echoes of the past. Front Country plays Avagadro’s number on 11/10/2017 with Eli Slocumb & Friends.  Front Country is : ADAM ROSZKIEWICZ  mandolin, banjo, vocals JACOB GROOPMAN  guitar, Rezo guitar, mandolin, vocals […]