Yonder Mountain String Band have issued a re-release of “Elevation,” their highly-regarded 1999 debut.
Jamgrass veterans Yonder Mountain String Band made their return to Lexington on Aug. 1 for a blistering stop on their summer tour with support from Arkansauce.
Take a look at “WicksPicks for February 26 through March 5, featuring bluegrass stalwarts Yonder Mountain String Band, The Infamous Stringdusters and more!
Tucked away in the cool mountains of North Plains, Oregon, Horning’s Hideout provided the perfect scenic escape for a weekend of bluegrass euphoria at the 15th annual Northwest String Summit, hosted by Nederland, Colorado’s Yonder Mountain String Band.
For the past 14 years, bluegrass fans from the pacific northwest and beyond have trekked and traversed the rocky west coast terrain for the Northwest String Summit, hosted by newgrass pioneers Yonder Mountain String Band. The festival is held at Horning’s Hideout in North Plains, Oregon — a hidden paradise, scattered with flocks of peacocks (of all creatures), making for one of the most unique and intimate festival experiences in the region.
Fresh off the release of their new EP ‘Cut & Run’, Belleville, Illinois’ Old Salt Union helped christen the new Willie’s Locally Known in Lexington, now located on Southland Drive on the old Show Me’s lot. They were joined by Nashville duo Sally and George; Houston’s Whiskey Shivers and Lexington’s own The Wooks.
While at Suwannee Springfest, I got the opportunity to sit down with Kellen Asebroek (rhythm guitar, piano, vox) and Jay Cobb Anderson (lead guitar, harmonica, vox) of Portland folk-rockers Fruition to discuss their humble beginnings, Red Rocks, new album, and much more.
For the second time in three years Cincinnati’s pride and joy, Rumpke Mountain Boys, will return to the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida for the 20th annual Suwannee Springfest to cut a ribbon on festival season.
Yonder Mountain String Band brought snow with them to Lexington, but their show was nothing but straight fire.