Liz Carroll is first generation Irish American from Chicago and one of the most respected fiddlers in traditional Irish music today.
When the Taj Mahal Trio exits stage left, Beartrap Summer Festival 2011 will officially be over, and it has definitely been one for the history books. The bands, the vendors, the workshops, the food, and yes...
Johnny Cash. Elvis Costello. Eric Clapton. Dustin Kensrue. These are the men that define a certain style of music. But, it's more than just a style of music. It's an attitude, a lifestyle. It's folk music, but it's so much more. It's blues, rock, pop, classical, and more all rolled into one. It's a public diary of a broken soul, and if there is one man that gets what folk music is, it's Jalan Crossland.
If you were to look across the meadow at Beartrap Summer Festival 2011, you would see a plethora of different kinds of people. Older folks, younger folks, musicians, hippies, yuppies, girls in bikinis, guys looking at girls in bikinis, and more...
If you like Reba, Dolly, Patsy, June, and others, then chances are you will love The Jaspers.
Have you ever been invited to a party, and on the invitation it said something along the lines of from 7:00-?, insinuating that nobody knows when the party was going to end? Well, basically that's what the Beartrap Summer Festival has done this year.
One of the best parts about a Casper summer is, obviously, the Beartrap Summer Festival.