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Published: 2013/01/22

San Francisco Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival Reveals Schedule

The lineup and schedule for the 14th annual San Francisco Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival have been released. The 10 day event runs from February 7-17 and features more than 25 shows at 18 clubs and music venues in the Bay Area. David Bromberg, Casey Dreisen, Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands, The Bee Eaters, banjoist Bill Evans, Crooked Jades, David Thom Band with Don Rigsby, The Stairwell Sisters, Triple Chicken Foot and more are slated to perform during the festival. A full list of performers can be viewed below, and the schedule of shows and workshops can be found here.

2013 San Francisco Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival lineup

David Bromberg ★ Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands ★ Casey Dreissen ★ Stairwell Sisters ★ The Bee Eaters ★ Brothers Comatose ★ David Thom Band with Don Rigsby ★ The Crooked Jades ★ The Earl Brothers ★ Bill Evans ★ Black Crown Stringband ★ Windy Hill ★ Belle Monroe and Her Brewglass Boys ★ Dustbowl Revival ★ Water Tower ★ JimBo Trout & the Fishpeople ★ Melody Walker & Jacob Groopman ★ Savannah Blu ★ Knuckle Knockers ★ Front Country ★ Snap Jackson & the Knock On Wood Players ★ Misisipi Mike’s Southern Comforts ★ Gayle Schmitt & the Toodala Ramblers ★ Emily Bonn and The Vivants ★ SUPERMULE ★ Evie Ladin Band ★ Toshio Hirano ★ Anne and Pete Sibley ★ Scott Nygaard & Sharon Gilchrist ★ Jordan Ruyle ★ Misner & Smith ★ Paige Anderson and the Fearless Kin ★ Triple Chicken Foot ★ Henhouse Prowlers ★ Grandpa Banana’s Band ★ Big Jugs ★ The Creak ★ Arann Harris & the Farm Band ★ Sassparilla ★ Whiskey Brothers ★ Poor Man’s Poison ★ The Juncos ★ Willy Tea Taylor ★ Hook & Anchor ★ The Drifter Sisters ★ Cascada de Flores ★ The Get Happy String Band ★ Left Coast Country ★ Lonesome Holler String Band ★ Fret Not ★ Keystone Station ★ The F**king Buckaroos ★ Barbwyre ★ Red Dog Ash ★ Taco Jam ★ and many others.

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Shea January 22, 2013, 17:13:06

Don’t you mean “saxophonist Bill Evans” ? Unless, he recently started picking up the banjo too.

So many experts... January 22, 2013, 17:39:08

Well, maybe the editors actually know what they are writing, and when they write “banjoist” Bill Evans, they actually mean the Bill Evans who plays the banjo, not the one who plays the saxophone. Ya know, since there is one of him. Unless you mean to tell me that there is one and only one Bill Evans in the world. Man, Jambands Editors, I don’t know how you put up with all the snarky comments and attempts to correct your stories. Granted there may be a flub here or there – just like any good Dead or Phish show might have – but to have all these internet morons try to correct everything you do…sheesh. It’s just like every one who can pick a little “Ripple” on a guitar who thinks they then have the right to rip every Trey or Phil or Bobby note. Give it up, guys.

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