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Concert photos: Harvest Sessions Finale with Pretty Little Empire, the Lulus and Auset, Saturday, October 20

The Lulus at Harvest Sessions The Lulus at Harvest Sessions Sara Finke
Written by Sara Finke
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Season six -- it all started in 2007 -- of KDHX's Harvest Sessions closed with performances by Auset, the Lulus and Pretty Little Empire.

On a chilly October morning, Auset warmed up the audience with a set of her songs, backed by Brad Sarno on pedal steel guitar, Stephen Nowels on the upright bass and R. Scott Bryan on percussion (Bryan even performed one of his original songs).

The Lulus were up next and kept the energy going with a selection of old-time and country songs. Hannah Arnson, Kelly Wells and Anne Williamson took care of the fiddle, guitar and bass, respectively, along with vocals, while Colleen Williamson sung and played hammered dulcimer, guitar and dobro.

Pretty Little Empire rocked the pavilion as they closed out the season with a set of their well-crafted songs.

All photos by Sara Finke.

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