Yonder Mountain String Band: Summer Tour and Lincoln Center


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Yonder Mountain String Band has announced the first leg of their summer tour.

Yonder Mountain String Band

Summer Tour Dates

Pre-Sale Tuesday at Noon Local

05.28 Chicothe, IL Summercamp
05.29 Cumberland, MD Delfest
06.02 Glen Allen, VA Innsbrook Pavilion w/ moe.
06.03 Norfolk, VA The NorVa
06.04 Jim Thorpe, PA Penn's Peak
06.05 Woodstock, NY Mountain Jam
06.07 Mansfield, MA Comcast Center opening for DMB
06.08 Mansfield, MA Comcast Center opening for DMB
06.11 Bayfield, WI Big Top Chautauqua
06.12 Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis Zoo Wessner Amphitheater
06.13 Des Moines, IA Simon Estes Amphitheatre
06.19 Telluride, CO Telluride Bluegrass Festival
Stay tuned for more dates soon!

Lincoln Center with Blind Boys of Alabama July 14

Yonder Mountain will join the Blind Boys of Alabama on July 14 for the “Unbroken Circle," a show at the Lincoln Center featuring the following performers:

Yonder Mountain String Band
Blind Boys of Alabama
Dr. Ralph Stanley,
Randy Travis,
Ray Benson & Jason Roberts of Asleep at the Wheel
Allison Moorer

The Blind Boys have always loved the intersection of soul, gospel, and country music, and they count many country singers among their all-time favorites. By joining legendary country bluegrass artist Ralph Stanley and performing songs with special guests, the group explores the musical connections between these not-so-distantly-related musical forms. The Blind Boys' upcoming CD will be recorded in Nashville and, with this concert, audiences will hear some of this new music for the first time.

This show is part of a short series the Blind Boys are hosting at the Lincoln Center.

For Tickets and Information about the series available at lincolncenter.org.

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