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  • Luray

    This show was on Apr 29th, 2014 | 27 people watched
    3 Comments
    • Apr 30
      The weather did present a challenge, but Shannon/Luray handled it well. It actually made it more personal in an unexpected way. I am already a big Luray fan, so I especially enjoyed the new tunes and hearing a rarely-played Karla Bonoff cover--really showed her versatility. Luray rocks! Thanks to all for making this fun connection possible!
    • Apr 30
      Almost as good as the Cliven Bundy Lecture Window webcast!
    • Apr 30
      I love Luray. Shannon's voice is beautiful - and her songs as well. It was disappointing about the reception problems - probably weather related. I am hoping Shannon plays another concert.
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Bio

Named after a small Virgina town near the Blue Ridge Mountains, Luray is the Americana-folk namesake of banjo-playing D.C. singer/songwriter Shannon Carey.

With production help from brother Sean Carey (of S. Carey and Bon Iver), Luray's unique sound creates strange and lovely bedfellows of different genres. Banjos, vibes, Mbira, and ambient vocals make up this bluegrass-trained... more

Named after a small Virgina town near the Blue Ridge Mountains, Luray is the Americana-folk namesake of banjo-playing D.C. singer/songwriter Shannon Carey.

With production help from brother Sean Carey (of S. Carey and Bon Iver), Luray's unique sound creates strange and lovely bedfellows of different genres. Banjos, vibes, Mbira, and ambient vocals make up this bluegrass-trained songwriter's new and vibrant approach to making music. The end result is somewhere between Iron & Wine and Emmylou Harris.

Based in Washington, DC and Richmond, VA, Luray has been featured on NPR's All Songs Considered, Daytrotter, WXPN, and Mountain Stage and has been reviewed by the Washington Post CMT Edge, Acoustic Guitar Magazine, and Utne Reader.

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