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David Grisman Quintet Featuring Frank Vignola Thursday July 19 @ 7PM & 9:30PM NYC Rockin' the River Cruises

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On Thursday, July 19th, the David Grisman Quintet featuring guitarist Frank Vignola, will perform his unique variety of bluegrass and gypsy music referred to as “dawg music". They will perform at 7pm & 9:30pm as part of the NYC Rockin' the River Cruises (http:// www.rtrcruises.com/) and will be the first East Coast performance with the new line-up. Each NYC RTR Cruise is a scenic tour and live music event in the most intimate and friendly concert setting you've ever experienced. Listening to your favorite artists while sailing past the Statute of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge and the world's greatest NYC skyline - you've never seen music like this before. Seating is first come, first served. The cruise departs from the Circle Line docks at 42nd Street and the Hudson River, Pier 83 - rain or shine

We hope to see you on the water!

All the best,

Steve Lurie
President, Music Without Borders LLC

David Grisman Quintet
featuring Frank Vignola on guitar
Thursday July 19 @ 7pm & 9:30pm
tickets $50 in advance/$55 day of

For more than 40 years, ace mandolinist/composer David Grisman has been creating his engaging “dawg" music, a matchless blend of swing, bluegrass, latin, jazz and gypsy music. Dubbed “The Paganini of the Mandolin" by the New York Times, Grisman has inspired a whole new genre of acoustic string instrumental music with style and virtuosity while creating a unique niche in the world of contemporary music. He has collaborated with greats such as Jerry Garcia, Stephane Grappelli, and Emmylou Harris.

“If you're looking for something elegant, warm and delightful, go to the Dawg." (Wall Street Journal)

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