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Front Country and The Central Valley Boys

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May 11, 2013
8:00 pm


Front Country and The Central Valley Boys

Two bluegrass bands - One night!

The best of both new, original bluegrass, and classics from the past.

Front Country won the 2012 Rockygrass Champions award. The band features Zack Sharpe thumping the bass, Melody Walker and Jacob Groopman on guitars, Adam Roszkiewicz on mandolin, Jordan Klein picking banjo, and Leif Karlstrom tearing up the fiddle. Vocal chores are passed around with Melody, Jordan, and Jacob handling most of the leads. They feature great original songs and instrumentals, choice covers, intricate arrangements and inspired improvisations.

The Central Valley Boys are a band dedicated to paying homage to the great Country and Bluegrass musicians: Vern Williams, Del Williams, Ray Park, Rose Maddox and the Maddox Brothers, The Farmer Boys and more. Of course, a Central Valley Boys show would be quite sparse without songs from the great first generation Bluegrass band, The Stanley Brothers. Carter and Ralph Stanley, from McClure Virginia in the Clinch Mountains brought their distinctive "Clinch Mountain music" to the world. Carter wrote and sang some of the music ever rendered with his Brother Ralph singing high tenor and adding his distinctive banjo sound. The Bluegrass world would not be the same today without the Stanley Brothers.

Check our website for video clips of the bands!

Cost $18 adv / $20 day of show

Sutter Creek Theatre
44 Main Street
Sutter Creek, CA
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Contact nameByron
Contact emailinfo@suttercreektheatre.com

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