Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands @ 5:00
Laurie Lewis is one of the most acclaimed and accomplished performers on the acoustic-music scene today. A stirring vocalist, gifted songwriter, champion fiddler, and topnotch bandleader, she has won a Grammy and twice been named Female Vocalist of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association.
The John Dough Boys @ 6:45The John dough Boys are a ruckus-inducing 5-piece string band from southern Oregon. East meets west, punk meets bluegrass, and rock meets folk, giving birth to a host of fast paced, foot stomping songs about women, beer, and bad decisions.
33 String Drive @ 3:15
33 String Drive’s music draws from the hard driving traditions of bluegrass and acoustic Americana, with a healthy dose of original music and arrangements. Their collective résumé as former members of Siskiyou Summit, Foxfire, Swift Pony, Eight Dollar Mountain, Generation Jones, The Mighty Lonesomes, Borderline, The Rogue Valley Bluegrass Boys and One Horse Shy.
Rainy & the Rattlesnakes @ 1:30Sisters Rainy and Lela Miatke have been singing at bluegrass jams in southern Oregon and northern California for many years. Each of them started playing a stringed instrument at the age of 8, and soon after that they started a band, with their dad Ray backing them up on guitar.
Creekside Strings @ 12:30Creekside Strings is an active musical community that encourages kids and parents to participate. The relationships that grow through musical and non-musical connections gently weave music into the fabric of the student’s life. Developed by Duane Whitcomb, the focus of Creekside Strings is learning to play with other people.