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I’m not crazy about bluegrass but have heard great things about Hornings hideout. This might be something worth looking at. Recreating 8/27/72

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This should be fun! Go for it!! Recreating “in the spirit” of  8/27/72 according to Instagram - maybe because of  time constraints? 

For me bluegrass is about as hit  and miss as country. It is all over the place and some of it is plain out terrible imho. 

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NW string summit is definitely not just straight up bluegrass and more diversity than you might expect...heck even DSO is playing there!!

 

i think they will just get one night/ one full chunky set vs. a whole show?? What details are you guys seeing on Instagram, etc?

Hornings Hideout is indeed a lovely environment to find yourself for a few days of music.

Summer will be here before we know it...😎

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I did Horning's Hideout in 2012, that place is magical. Don't know if I"ll make it all the way for this one but sounds cool.

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I’ve always wanted to get out there. Always heard awesome stuff about HH. This year I’m finally checking red rocks off the bucket list so maybe I’ll be able to start expanding my travel boundaries 

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Would be nifty if they could hit The Gorge while they were out here.

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