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.
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Beartrap Summer Festival is excited to announce Sunday’s headliner, the Southern California country rock band Poco!
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.
No gluten. No artificial sweetener. Nothing genetically modified. No harmful additives of any kind. It's all just pure music.
A couple of years ago, the band with the unconventional name almost disappeared. They realized that life on the road, playing their raucous rock "in roadhouses, honky tonks, and dive bars," had chewed them up and spit them out.
Remember quadraphonic sound? If you're too young for the word to strike a chord with you, it's just as well.
A lot of bands have trouble coming up with a name that all the members can agree on. But for Libby Creek Original, the name just came naturally. Libby Creek in the Snowy Range Mountains (they hail from Laramie) is their favorite nature spot, and their music is highly original.