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Start: 09/12/2011 8:00 pm

Slaid Cleaves"I'm glad I found Slaid Cleaves, because my life would have been poorer without him. . . . Listen, go to one of Slaid's shows, take a friend, and pass on the news: not all the good guys wear hats." —Stephen King

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Start: 09/13/2011 8:00 pm

Bill MonroeThere wouldn't be bluegrass if it weren't for Bill Monroe. He gave the genre its name, its distinctive style, and for most of the 20th century, embodied the essence of the art form, which is typically delivered by a five-piece acoustic string band featuring instrumental virtuosity on banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar and string bass, and close harmonies sung in a plaintive, high lonesome voice.

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Start: 09/14/2011 8:00 pm

Bill MonroeThere wouldn't be bluegrass if it weren't for Bill Monroe. He gave the genre its name, its distinctive style, and for most of the 20th century, embodied the essence of the art form, which is typically delivered by a five-piece acoustic string band featuring instrumental virtuosity on banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar and string bass, and close harmonies sung in a plaintive, high lonesome voice.

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Start: 09/15/2011 8:00 pm

Berkeley Old Time Music ConventionBuckdancing from Tennessee, high-energy string band music from North Carolina, and old-time mountain singing from West Virginia are among the Appalachian traditions that will be celebrated at the 9th Annual Berkeley Old Time Music Convention, September 14-18, 2011.

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Start: 09/16/2011 8:00 pm

Berkeley Old Time Music Convention

Buckdancing from Tennessee, high-energy string band music from North Carolina, and old-time mountain singing from West Virginia are among the Appalachian traditions that will be celebrated at the 9th Annual Berkeley Old Time Music Convention, September 14-18, 2011.

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Start: 09/17/2011 8:00 pm

Country Joe McDonaldIn tonight's performance singer-songwriter, historian, and infamous rockin' rabble-rouser, Country Joe McDonald pays tribute to Woody Guthrie, deftly conveying all the charm, talent, and social and political consciousness of the legendary folksinger from Oklahoma.