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Playing On The Planet

Playing On The Planet

Americana / Cosmic Rockin' Boogie Grass / Live Performance Copperhill, TN  US
Beethoven's Old Hen
Beethoven's Old Hen
Dueling Banjos
Dueling Banjos
Stompin at the Savoy
Stompin at the Savoy
Senor
Senor

Videos

Beethoven's Old Hen (Fur Elise & Cluck Old Hen mashup)

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  • Steve Baskin (Artist)
    Steve Baskin
    So glad to find my absolute favorite cosmic rockin' boogie grassers here on ReverbNation!

Photos

  • Bangor Bound, the new album from Playing On The Planet

Members

Lisa Jacobi- Fiddle, Mando & Guitar

Fiddle

Pete Dasher - dobro & vocals

Dobro

Denny Mixon - bass & vocals

Bass

Bill Fleming - pedal steel & vocals

Pedal Steel

About

Label: Indie

Manager: Lisa Jacobi

Bio: The next time you see Playing On The Planet listed on a festival line-up or as the live music of choice at a music venue — be there! The band plays intelligent, inspired music that taps into your inner free spirit & Appalachian Bluegrass Americana soul

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Tonight. 7pm. Part of this funny little regional Opry tour that we slapped together at the last minute. Last night... http://t.co/UCqnHqg2aX

Press

" 'Ocoee Road' is a fantastic collection of songs stylishly performed that will keep any listener hitting repeat on their CD player. The band's rendition of the classic song Dueling Banjos is fresh, invigorating and will be a keeper for years to come."

— Americana Music Magazine

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Q: Is it true? (just wanted to as a question)

A: depends.

Asked by Steve Baskin / Scott Shiflett. Answered on Wed Jun 26 2013

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Stats

  • Song Plays 2,041
  • Video Plays 421
  • Total Fans 1,124
  • ReverbNation Fans 178
  • Facebook Likes 568
  • Twitter Followers 341
  • Widget Impressions 8,636

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