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« on: March 12, 2018, 08:53:04 PM »

The Buck Hollers (www.buckhollers.com) are back at Snow Farm Vineyard in S. Hero for "Winter Wine Down" this Friday 6:30 - 8:30 PM (http://www.snowfarm.com/event/wine-down-the-buck-hollers-2/?instance_id=938), with some great Irish pub songs added to our repertoire (I know, I know ... Irish pubs aren't exactly known for their wine, but after a couple of glasses, who cares!).

In only three years the Buck Hollers have become regulars at venues around northern Vermont. They bring an original sound to a wide variety of classic country, country rock, rockabilly, folk, pop, and bluegrass covers, featuring richly harmonized vocals blended with rhythmic guitar, banjo, harmonica, and the occasional stunning acapella. A witty original piece or an Irish pub tune often round out the show with a sound that Seven Days says "gets boots a-tappin."
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