(Closed) When banjos are outlawed, only outlaws will have banjos.

posted 10 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 18
5089 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

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@juhneenee: AAAHHH  I ALREADY have that song on our wedding reception playlist!!!  Yay for finding kindred souls (or at least music listeners). 

Post # 20
923 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Merlefest sounds amazing!  I’m more into folk, but I definitely dig bluegrass.  Mumford & Sons are my new obsession, and I am now into the Avett Brothers as well since seeing them on the grammys.

I’ll take an outlaw with a banjo any time!

@juhneenee:  I’m sure your SO is going to LOVE this surprise!  I’ve got Fiance on board for us to go to the Vancouver folk festival this summer – I’m uber excited!  🙂

Post # 21
529 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

love bluegrass!  I’m desperately searching for some bluegrass musicians to play our ceremony and cocktail hour.  We’re getting married outdoors in the mountains in the fall, and I think it will be so amazing to walk down the aisle to the tune of a mandolin.

Post # 22
10 posts
  • Wedding: August 2010

The Pine Needles are a great band that we *almost* hired for a wedding (we ended up going with a classical duo since we were only at our cereomny and cocktail hour site for an hour and it would have been too expensive to hire the whole band for just an hour).  But they played at a friend’s wedding in Santa Cruz and we absolutely loved them!  

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