December 09, 2006
The Boys are back at the Cafe for their “Old-Time, Country-Swing, and Bluegrass Show.”
High buzzing vocal harmonies, fleet instrumental picking on mandolin, acoustic guitar, fiddle and steel guitar, coupled with their off-the-cuff stage banter and classic suits… The Hunger Mountain Boys have a duet show like no other on the touring scene today. In the tradition and spirit of the classic duets of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, they capture the authentic early-American acoustic sound and the fiery energy of such legendary duets as the Monroe Brothers and Delmore Brothers.
“Their unabashed stage show is one not to miss.” –The Woodstock Times
“This duet is ready to take lovers of bluegrass and early country music by storm. Their show is alive with the spirit of the early performers, and you can feel their love for what they do. Entertaining teamwork; first class musicianship and singing; good, heartfelt and sometimes funny material, with some excellent new songs in the old style. What a combination! It makes me wish they had a 15-minute radio show I could listen to every day.” –Pete “Dr. Banjo” Wernick, Sept 2005
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