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URL icon « on: May 11, 2010, 01:26:50 PM »

Just 1 more show in the Wildflower Pavilion this spring. It's going to be gorgeous evening of music...

Anne & Pete Sibley
with special guest Martha Scanlan
Friday, May 14 - 7pm doors, 8pm music

The duet vocals of Anne & Pete Sibley have graced Planet Bluegrass stages before - opening for Darrell Scott in 2006, and the first main stage act on last year's RockyGrass.  But this is the 1st headlining show for the winners of A Prairie Home Companion's "Great American Duet Sing-Off."  If you've never heard them, prepared to be awed.  A light touch on clawhammer banjo and guitar, a wonderful catalog of heartfelt original soongs, and two voices that melt together.  Here's a glimpse:

Martha Scanlan has performed at both Telluride Bluegrass and RockyGrass (as well as the Grand Ol' Opry, Red Rocks, etc) as a founding member of Reeltime Travelers. Her wonderful solo album was produced by Dirk Powell and Levon Helm.
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They sound sooooo goood. Flower Medal
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