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Railyard Reunion Bluegrass at Cowgirl BBQ

2pm-5pm, Feb 19, 2011 | No cover
 
Come listen to some of your old bluegrass playin' favorites back at the Cowgirl now as the Railyard Reunion Bluegrass Band. We will be playing some traditional bluegrass, newgrass, and just some songs we love to sing and play. Our band is made up of 5 experienced musicians and singers playing for years in bluegrass, rock and Irish bands in Chicago, Florida, and here in New Mexico. The band: Broadway Opera Star Tim Nolen on Banjo, Gus Kyriakos on Guitar, Gemma DeRagon on Violin, Dan Michael on Mandolin, and Dave Dillman keeping us all in time and sounding good playing Bass and handling sound.

Phone: 982-2565
Address:
319 S Guadalupe St., Santa Fe NM,

87501
Website: http://www.cowgirlsantafe.com/

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