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Title:
Dead Horses + River Kittens + Scrambled
When:
Sat 03/29  9:00pm
Where:
2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center - St. Louis
Category:
Bluegrass

Description

Loyal Family presents...

Dead Horses

Based out of Northeastern Wisconsin, Dead Horses bring a modern approach to American roots music, with a style they’ve dubbed folkgrass.

This 4-piece, comprised of 2 guitars, mandolin, fiddle, and upright bass, combine fine introspective songwriting with some of the best pickers and singers in the Midwest. A versatile live act, the Dead Horses have felt comfortable playing everything from a church picnic to a nudist festival.

The group is led by the sweet voice of singer/guitarist Sarah Vos, who is the winner of the 2013 Upper-Midwest Singer-Songwriter Competition. Their debut 2012 album, Back to Life, got heavy airplay on Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Simply Folk”. Dead Horses were also nominated for a 2012 Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) Award in the category of Bluegrass/Americana.

Dead Horses have appeared with acts such as Pert Near Sandstone and Big Head Todd and the Monsters, NBC 26, and...

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Venue/Location:
2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center   -   Website
Street:
2720 Cherokee Street
City:
St. Louis
State (ex: MO):
MO
Country:
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