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Among the many supporting roles, the standouts were the mellifluous baritones Alexander Birch Elliott as Sonora and Kenneth Overton as the balladeer Jake, whose sentimental tune of home seemed ill-matched with his prop instrument, a banjo.
Featured are Mark Dumm, on banjo; Henry Peyrebrune, on guitar; Trina Struble, on fiddle; Derek Zadinsky, on bass; and Jeff Zehngut, on mandolin.
Expect a blend of conversation, banter, singing and banjo playing.
Growing up in Philadelphia, Vile's father listened to bluegrass and gave him a banjo.
The group’s beginnings go back 15 years, to 2000 in Kalamazoo, Mich., when Hoffman, guitarist/singer Dave Bruzza and banjo player/singer Michael Arlen Bont formed the core of the original Greensky Bluegrass.
The former Old Crow Medicine Show guitarist and banjo player, just out with his David Rawlings-produced Folksinger, Vol. 2.
Born in Chicago, Stephen picked up the banjo after an early dalliance with the electric guitar.
The group’s instrumentation blends a classical string trio (violins, viola and cello) with elements of a bluegrass rhythm section (mandolin, guitar and banjo).
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