Janie Franz At GratefulWeb.com had some nice things to say about our show this weekend at the 2014 Rhythms on the Rio Music Festival.
Taking the stage next was That Damn Sasquatch from Boulder CO. This four-piece did a mix of bluegrass, zydeco, and great Americana with their own twist—a few covers and a lot of their own originals. Of note was “57 Bel Aire,” a hot bluegrassy tune....Mike Hall traded his mandolin for a rub board and Spencer Crawford swapped out his banjo for an accordion—both added that great Cajun flavor. Their version of the popular “Iko Iko” was fun and got people up dancing.
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