You can't find a band name much more authentic than Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs, and your expectations aren't disappointed the minute they launch into the classic toe-tapper "Granny Does Your Dog Bite?"
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Surely the band's self description as "retired mule farmers" is tongue in cheek--although a mysterious miniature stuffed mule does show up at some of their gigs. Their classification of their music as "Brew Grass" is probably more on the money. As is their description of Hagen's influences: Bluegrass, Folk, Americana, Punk, Old School Country, and Irish.
This Boulder, Colorado-based quartet describes themselves as a "traveling Gypsy family" and reviewers call them "North American roots music." But there's more to Grant Farm than meets the ear: most of the acts with whom they've shared stage space are absolutely Bluegrass (Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, Tony Rice, et al), and the band describes their sound as "Cosmic Americana."
The 2018 Beartrap Summer Festival is set for August 4th and 5th in Beartrap Meadow on Casper Mountain. See who performing on the Hilltop National Bank stage here!
2017 Beartrap Summer Festival headliner, Wynonna & The Big Noise definitely brought a 'big noise to Beartrap Meadow.
The 2017 Beartrap Summer Festival has come and gone, and it was definitely one for the history books. Headliners Joan Osborne and Wynonna & The Big Noise delivered stellar performances, much to the delight of the audience.
With an essence of bluegrass and Americana, the Railsplitters gracefully blend the twangy classic sounds and simple melodies into something of their own.
Day two of the 2017 Beartrap Summer Festival started out misty and cloudy, but the sound of The Good Time Travelers brought the sun out just for a moment to smile upon the festival.
Going against the grain is a good thing sometimes. Parsonsfield is not afraid to push the traditional standards, yet musically it just makes sense for them.
Woodshed Red's sound can't be boiled down to one style. They are folk, funk, rock, and jam band all inside a single song. Today, they brought the heat.