Bluegrass Today Feature: Red Wing Roots 2016

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“Saturday was just as exciting, as two trios (Dom Flemons and John Stickley) played back to back, both delivering sets of awe inspiring song writing and virtuosity. Mipso took the Southern Stage starting slowly and then ramping up their performance as the show went on, playing fun covers and more upbeat tunes, whipping the audience into anticipation of sets by Chris Smither, The Good Lovelies, and Tony Furtado. The truly anticipated highlight, however, was no doubt the performance by event hosts The Steel Wheels. Though Trent Wagler’s charismatic performance makes him the undoubted front man, it’s hard to ignore just how much fun the rest of the band is having up there with him, leaning up into the center mike to deliver those fantastic Gospel harmonies they’re known for.” Read more here. 

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