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Blue Drifters Duet with banjoist Phil Nusbaum 2:00 p.m. - 5 in Tasting Room
Blue Drifters Duet with banjo virtuoso Phil Nusbaum 8:00 p.m. -11
8:00 p.m.- 12 Blue Drifters Acoustic Quartet
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 fundraiser for Lakeview Ranch
Steven Earl Howard - Hillbily Music for the Soul - solo acoustic variety show 8:00 p.m. - 12
Steven Earl Howard
Sounds Like: Old Crow Medicine Show, David Grier, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Steely Dan "Official Page", Robert Johnson
Label: Blue Drifters
Manager: Steven Earl Howard
Bio: The Blue Drifters Acoustic Quartet (952-595-9819) is an American roots/variety musical ensemble on guitar, banjo, upright bass and fiddle. We play a wide variety of blues, bluegrass, top-40 hits from 60's-70's, swing, vintage country and Cajun. Everything from John Denver, Neil Young, Dylan, Hank...See Full Bio
performing out wide variety of genres to public venues and many private shows.
"Phil Nusbaum and Steve Howard brought their own inimitable bluegrass based music to the ITOW Veterans Museum on Sunday, July 8th. The program, called “All About Bluegrass” included some great tunes as well as fascinating facts about a style of music that is uniquely American. Banjo player, Phil Nusbaum, is the host of The Bluegrass Review, a one-hour weekly radio program that airs on many public, commercial and internet radio stations. Steve Howard has been performing American roots music on his acoustic guitar for over three decades and is a walking encyclopedia of blues, jazz, folk and bluegrass music. The happy audience at the ITOW Veterans Museum enjoyed both the music and the education. We hope to see them again soon." – Lina Belar, Director, Vets Museum, Perham, MN.
Ask Blue Drifters Acoustic Quartet anything...
Q: We're looking for a mandolin and banjo musician to teach as an independent contractor at our music school in Albertville, MN. Contact info@ForteMusicAcademy.com if interested. Thank you!
A: I'm available. I sent you a regular email to have a dialogue about it.
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Fri Oct 24 2014All Questions