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The group’s instrumentation blends a classical string trio (violins, viola and cello) with elements of a bluegrass rhythm section (mandolin, guitar and banjo).
Bluegrass band stage show; banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle and bass workshops; and jamming.
Calling themselves the Brotherhood without Banjos, the group was joined by McCann—who sings, plays piano, mandolin, and, yes, the banjo.
Lomo banjo hoodie, twee waistcoat hot chicken ethical XOXO.
A statue of Clarence Darrow appeared in front of the historic red brick courthouse here this week, just within spitting distance of the banner for the Scopes Bluegrass Festival and its logo featuring a banjo-picking chimpanzee.
Raised near Romeo, the 21-year-old troubadour who now calls Detroit home has an angelic voice that's augmented by a blend of guitars (and occasionally a banjo).
Brevard’s Steep Canyon Rangers, a Grammy-winning bluegrass band that often appears with comedian and banjo player Steve Martin.
True to his banjo-hitting reputation, Goins is batting a mere .211/.274/.339 this season.
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