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Performing in Eureka Springs
At the Basin Park, rain or shine. Saturday August 20 at 7 pm’ish. The fun and music start Friday afternoon and runs through Sunday. Print the poster.
Posted in Blackberry Winter, Music Tagged Americana, Arkansas, Bluegrass, Bo Brown, Dennis Crider, Eureka Srings, festival, folk, hillbilly music, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, media, Music, Tedi May, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone Leave a comment
Michfest and An Outfit for the Oscars
Michigan, as always, was a physical workout, as the performances, workshops etc. are scattered over 700 acres. But the music was divine, the shuttles were efficient, and the members of the legendary Lizard Clan offered up superb repasts morning and … Continue reading
Off to Tulsa With the Davis Creek Rounders
and the Smithsonian “Journeys Stories” exhibit! Whoa! Barely back from Michigan, not recovered at all, and then off to Tulsa with Dennis, Van and Linda to play a few tunes and answer a few Winter’s Bone questions. It was an … Continue reading
Posted in Davis Creek Rounders, Tidbits, Winter's Bone Tagged Davis Creek Rounders, Dennis Crider, festival, folk music, Harlin Museum, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, Missouri folk culture, movie premiere, Music, Ozark culture, Ozarks, Smithsonian, Smithsonian Journeys, Tedi May, Tulsa OK, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone Leave a comment
Back to Earth
Back to earth and the Ozarks on Monday, when I hit the ground running organizing and attending rehearsals for Davis Creek Rounders and Blackberry Winter bands, because both of them were to perform on Friday (June 18) at the Old … Continue reading
Posted in Blackberry Winter, Davis Creek Rounders, Music, Tidbits, Uncategorized Tagged Barbara Rosenblatt, Billy Ward, Blackberry Winter, Bo Brown, Davis Creek Rounders, Debra Granik, Dennis Crider, festival, folk music, Gladys Cogswell, Linda Stoffel, low budget movie, marideth sisco, Missouri folk culture, Music, NATF, National Audio theatre Festival, national public radio, NPR, Old Time Music Festival, Ozark culture, Ozarks, Renee Pringle, Tedi May, Van Colbert, West Plains, West Plains MO, Winter's Bone Leave a comment
Being in Austin
Tuesday in Austin, where I spent most of a week attending the (SXSW) South By Southwest Film Festival on behalf of Winter’s Bone. The film was very well received at SXSW. It was not in competition, but was listed as a … Continue reading
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