Dry Branch Fire Squad

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  • Dry Branch Fire Squad / Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys

    This show was on Feb 9th, 2014 | 78 people watched
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    • Feb 12
      Fantastic show-good sound-limited perspective but better view than on the radio-qb
    • Feb 12
      The Dry Branch Fire Squad performance at the Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse last Sunday night was really great. I also enjoyed the set by Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys very much and hope they will play here at the Station Inn in Nashville soon. The only negative was a lot of interference in the sound quality.
    • jw
      Mar 22
      I've liked Dry Branch for a long time. The act was well performed, but it was old. New, 5 stars.
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Celebrating their 38th year in music in 2014, Rounder recording artists Dry Branch Fire Squad plays aggressively traditional bluegrass music like no other band in the realm today. Favorites at most of the major folk and bluegrass festivals across North America, their performances are not for the faint-of-heart nor the casual listener. Even their approach to modern songs (read: songs from the... more

Celebrating their 38th year in music in 2014, Rounder recording artists Dry Branch Fire Squad plays aggressively traditional bluegrass music like no other band in the realm today. Favorites at most of the major folk and bluegrass festivals across North America, their performances are not for the faint-of-heart nor the casual listener. Even their approach to modern songs (read: songs from the three most recent centuries) sounds so archaic that physicists the world over have cited DBFS of proof positive that time warps not only exist, but that we moderns can experience them if we only talk slowly enough and listen as fast as we can. As always, the band is led by mandolin player and cultural observer Ron Thomason, whose thought-provoking and humorous takes on bluegrass music and the world continue to delight audiences. The band’s current lineup is its strongest ever, featuring Tom Boyd on banjo and dobro, Brian Aldridge on guitar and mandolin and Dan Russell on bass and banjo and the band promises to bring their thought repellant hats with them for this appearance. Visit www.drybranchfiresquad.com to learn more!

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