It's not your typical list of credits in a Bluegrass bio. But then, J Shogren is not your typical musician and Shanghai'd is not your typical group.
SalsaGrass? An experimental dish at a vegan cafe? Nope, it's a band.
The name "Caribou Mountain Collective" has a refined, classical air about it. But don't be confused. They can get down, speed up the rhythm, and jam at the drop of a ha
If you were anywhere near a radio in the mid 1970s, you heard two hit songs with gorgeous harmonies reminiscent of the bands America and The Eagles: "Crazy Love" and "Heart of the Night."
The band known as Screen Door Porch are activists. Not in a political sense, but a musical one. They were the driving force behind creating the annual WYOmericana Caravan Tour that's garnered airwave praise and press ink from here to The New York Times and back.
How the Haunted Windchimes got their distinctive name is a matter of conjecture and contradiction. Sometimes, contradiction from the same source.
Yonder Mountain String Band sure sounds like an old-time name. But guess again.
The name "Scratchdog String Band," while fairly difficult to say three times really fast, nonetheless has a definitely euphonious sound to it--conjuring up rustic images of front porches, warm breezes and, well...a dog scratching. Slowly.
Ryan has toured the country playing Bluegrass ever since was 10, though his offstage persona at the time favored punk and rock.
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