Yonder Mountain String Band

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The hardest part of any festival is continuing to not only march out strong lineups year after year, but marching out a lineup that the fans feel is the strongest yet.  DelFest continues to rise to the challenge, and once again, organizers feel like they are on track to give the fans exactly what they want.The most notable new name on this year’s line up is The String Cheese IncidentBilly Nershi has been at almost every DelFest in one configuration

Jeff Austin & The Here and Now (featuring banjoist Danny Barnes and Larry & Jenny Keel) are thrilled to announce the audio release of a soundboard recording of last August’s show at The Elk's Lodge in Troy, OH as part of the Gentleman of the Road Festival. The download is available for FREE at www.JeffAustin.com.Check out Jeff's recap of the show:Late in the evening of August 30th, 2013… or, was it early in the morning of August 31st?

The organizers of Yonder Mountain String Band’s Harvest Music Festival are excited to announce the dates of the ninth annual festival.  The magical weekend will take place Oct. 16-18, 2014 at the picturesque Mulberry Mountain near Ozark, Arkansas.  Harvest Music Festival is an annual event featuring electrifying entertainment from some of the nation’s top performers.

The Northwest String Summit has announced its initial lineup for 2014. Yonder Mountain String Band will headline and play 3 nights! Other acts include: Steep Canyon Rangers, The Motet, Dead Winter Carpenters, Fruition, Shook Twins and more.

Yonder Mountain String Band | Hey Joe | Boulder Theater
Yonder Mountain String Band | Come Together | Boulder Theater
Yonder Mountain String Band | Here Comes Sunshine | Boulder Theater
Yonder Mountain String Band | Reuben & Cerise | Boulder Theater
Yonder Mountain String Band | Harder They Come > Auld Lang Syne

It was another really cold night in Boulder after night one of an amazing five night run tradition in the band’s hometown venue, the fabulous Boulder Theater. This band has grown so much in the last decade, and they deserve all the success that they achieve. About fifteen years ago, I was searching for a band to play at my wedding.

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