One school of thought says that if you start out your musical career scrounging unpaid club gigs as the Illegitimate Jug Band, you've got no place to go but up. (This was in Long Beach, California, in the mid 1960s.)
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Your key to Beartrap savings is the Keyhole Beartrap Festival Pass - good for the whole weekend, and available ONLY at our special live broadcasts before the festival, and it’ll save you $10 over the price on the mountain!
The organizers of Beartrap have heard your pleas, and they are pleased to announce "Camp and Jam". The premise is simple: you get a guaranteed camping spot - in the meadow! - and you don't have show up until Friday Aug. 1st.
Celebrating their 13th anniversary as a band has been far from unlucky for Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes. Among the group's many recent plaudits is a rave from music reviewer Adam Pitluk of the widely circulated American Airlines magazine: "The best live show I've seen in New Orleans in 15 years."
Townsquare Media of Casper invites everyone to come out and celebrate 20 years of music in the meadow with the Beartrap Summer Festival August 2nd and 3rd, featuring returning headliner The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
It's hard to imagine a more appropriate title than "Time Traveler" for the newest CD from the singer/songwriter duo known as The Likes of Us.
Hit & Run is the name of Rebecca Frazier's band, but it could also serve as a capsule summation of her flatpicking style--which scads of reviewers have described with some version of the same comment: "The lady can flat-out shred a guitar."
It would be too easy to say that The Barefoot Movement is a shoe-in for the most intriguing new Bluegrass band of recent years. So, we'll just give that idea the boot.
Sure, the Deadly Gentlemen could tell you how they got their name. But then they'd have to kill you.
Spencer Bohren grew up in a gospel-singing Baptist family in Casper, Wyoming, but roots music has long been the variety closest to his heart.