Mountain Birch Duo

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    This show was on Sep 2nd, 2014 | 19 people watched
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You’ll love the Mountain Birch Duo. This husband-and-wife team brings you a fun, engaging show packed with traditional songs, instrumentals, and good-humored mostly-true stories.

Terri McMurray arrives with a sharp wit, a smile and great chops on 5-string banjo, banjo uke, and guitar. She looked and listened hard during her years around some of the great master traditional musicians... more

You’ll love the Mountain Birch Duo. This husband-and-wife team brings you a fun, engaging show packed with traditional songs, instrumentals, and good-humored mostly-true stories.

Terri McMurray arrives with a sharp wit, a smile and great chops on 5-string banjo, banjo uke, and guitar. She looked and listened hard during her years around some of the great master traditional musicians in North Carolina and southern Virginia, and it shows in her playing. Terri was a founding member of the original Old Hollow String Band with Riley Baugus and Kirk Sutphin, and played for more than 20 years with the Toast String Stretchers, the most active band in the well-known metropolis of Toast, NC.

Paul Brown can’t get enough of down home, old time and bluegrass music. And he loves to share it. He started singing the songs his mom knew from central Virginia when he was a little kid. He picked up the banjo at age ten and the fiddle and guitar as a young man. He steeped himself in the music of southern masters the best way possible: by playing with them at home and on the road for decades. You’ll love his authentic, solid sound as a singer, guitarist and prize-winning banjo picker and fiddler. Paul is a veteran of the Toast String Stretchers and the Smokey Valley Boys with Benton Flippen, among other groups.

If you’re looking for great music, lots of fun and stories that connect you and the music you hear to history, be sure to catch the Mountain Birch Duo. You’ll be glad you did.

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