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Straight From Nashville, The Traveling McCourys Take Control Of Madison Isthmus

August 9, 2017

It was a night of music straight from Nashville, Tennesse and Madison LOVED it!

Live and free for 2.5 hours on the isthmus at the Central Park Sessions, the sons of bluegrass legend Del McCoury, Ronnie McCoury on mandolin, and Rob McCoury on banjo made for an evening that ranks up in the top tier for me.  With a blue grass band that was toned, tuned, and hitting every note and making every mark for perfect harmony, the Traveling McCourys simply wowed the largest crowd I have seen at Central Park.

With a tribute song to Glen Campbell with “Try A Little Kindness”, and a stunning take on “Evangeline” the crowd at times did not know whether to sing along or hold their hands above their heads to hoot out high praise.  The performance was simply AWESOME.  I need to send a special thanks to my James who walked the five blocks home to get the card for the camera which was on my desk.   ( I think we have another convert to Bluegrass, you all.)

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  1. Steven permalink
    August 18, 2017 2:37 PM

    It was the best concert of the summer season! Love your pics!

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