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21 performers, 46 hours of music, on 2 stages. Field camping included with full festival ticket. Workshops, vendor row, kids scheduled activities. Pet and ATV friendly festival. 100 acres for campers, tents and RVs. Quiet Oaks Campground is in the heart of the PA Wilds.
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Sounds Like: Larry Keel, Yonder Mountain String Band, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Steep Canyon Rangers, The Infamous Stringdusters
Manager: Colebrook Road
Based out of central Pennsylvania playing traditional and cutting edge acoustic bluegrass music, Colebrook Road hit the stage in April of 2009. Since then the band has gained rapid exposure and notoriety for its skillful instrumentation, vocal harmony, and original composition.
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“Named after one of several such thoroughfares located near their home base of Harrisburg,PA, Colebrook Road celebrates traditional-flavored bluegrass on their self-titled debut CD. They introduce listeners to their brand of fast-firing, precision bluegrass and folk sounds through the disc’s ten tracks. The group’s instrumental performances are tight and sharp, and their vocals and harmonies bright and clear. Colebrook Road’s songs celebrate the values of small-town living, nature and rural heritage. Colebrook Road showcases their instrumental skills on two romping instrumentals, “Misfire” and “Grandma’s Cookin.’” Their sound crisp and fresh; and the group’s arrangements are airtight and busy, with the blend of constant instrumental prowess and vocal dynamics resulting in never a dull moment. Colebrook Road’s first offering provides a strong introduction that roots the group’s sound in traditional bluegrass, while giving it a newgrass edge and makeover. ( www.col”