Meadow Mountain Many a Mile | Meadow Mountain

hey started by busking at the Vail Farmers market. They write originals from the heart of the Rockies. This bluegrass quintet will force you to your feet or at the very least get you stompin’ and clappin’ with joy and respect for the Bluegrass genre, both traditional and progressive.

Guitar – Summers Baker
Mandolin – Jack Dunlevie
Violin/Viola – Ian Parker
Banjo – George Guthrie
Bass – Wilson Luallen brilliantly form Meadow Mountain. Denver Bluegrass and New Acoustic Winners of the 2017 UllrGrass band competition. Founded in 2014 in their hometown of Vail, Colorado, this string-heavy quintet sparks good energy, combine strong compositional elements with an ability to improvise and create melodic ideas in the moment. Meadow Mountain plays a tapestry of Colorado roots, new acoustic music. They started by busking at the Vail Farmers market and were inspired by Punch Brothers at The Vilar, making them want to play straight ahead bluegrass. “Many a Mile,” “Battle Mountain Pass,” and “Homestead” are among their broad repertoire of authentic genre of original bluegrass tunes. Dance with their twinkling guitar picks and country-riddled blues voices.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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