Wide Open Spaces follows in the tradition of groups like Claire Lynch and the Punch Brothers, who use bluegrass instrumentation to play a wide range of music. Their brand of “bluegrass without borders” will take you to Caribbean islands, California gold country, Celtic ceilidhs and the Kentucky hills. Check out their CD “Fiddletown” , fourteen tunes featuring three-part harmonies, fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar and bass.
Next stops on the 2016 Wide Open Spaces tour:
March 12th Rockland, MA (Bluemoon Coffeehouse)
Saturday evening (7:30pm) $10 door at Bluemoon Coffeehouse
New England's premiere coffeehouse event!
March 20th, Barrington, NH
Sunday (6:00pm) $8 suggested donation at Nippo Lake Restaurant
Start your spring off right with this acoustic music-filled concert.
July 28-31, South Hiram, ME (near Portland)
Ossipee Valley Music Festival
The acoustic music festival that dares to be different. Great field pickin' and always some musical surprises.
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Our new CD features 14 tunes, starting with our tale of the American Dream (circa 1849), Fiddletown, and ending with a good-ol' banjo tune conjured up on Uncle Tim's Bridge in Cape Cod. In between, we've got some tunes from the Caribbean, some bluegrass gospel, a couple instrumentals, blues and ballads, and lots of harmony. If you can't make it to a CD release show, order it here: