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The ABC’s Countdown to Steamboat MusicFest 2015 U, V, W Uncle Lucius: Uncle Lucius is returning to MusicFest for their fifth time this year, and we couldn’t be more excited about it. It’s hard to compare Uncle Lucius to any other artist because their sound is so unique to their own style and it definitely works. Bluesy and soulful, honest and raw, their music lingers with the listener and has a way of making us

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The ABC’s Countdown to Steamboat MusicFest 2015 *T* The Black Lillies: Some of the greatest voices and sweetest harmonies you’ll find at MusicFest 2015 will come to you in the form of Debut Artists The Black Lillies. The Appalachian band has been creating incredible music since 2007, bringing audiences across the country an unforgettable sultry sound and a live performance that will leave you shaking in your boots. Turnpike Troubadours: Turnpike has been performing at

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The ABC’s Countdown to Steamboat MusicFest 2015 *S* Shinyribs: Shinyribs is soul. There’s no other word for it, and there’s no other experience like the one you’ll get from a Shinyribs show. The afterthought of frontman Kevin Russell’s former project, The Gourds, Shinyribs has proven to be a vital unit of creativity and charisma in the music scene with a bit of their own cult following. The passion and inhibition of Russell’s performance combined with

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The ABC’s Countdown to Steamboat MusicFest 2015… With Christmas officially a wrap, we can begin to focus on the next big event (no, we don’t mean New Year’s). We’re talking about MusicFest 2015! So let’s play a little catch-up and review our P’s, Q’s and R’s for the festival! *P* Paul Thorn: Although coming in to just his second year at MusicFest, Paul Thorn has been pleasing crowds in the South with his honest, first-hand

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The ABC’s Countdown to Steamboat MusicFest 2015 *P* Paul Thorn: Although coming in to just his second year at MusicFest, Paul Thorn has been pleasing crowds in the South with his honest, first-hand experience take on music. 2014’s Too Blessed To Be Stressed will bring fresh new music to his stage, along with favorites from any of his five albums he has released in the past 17 years. You can catch Paul Thorn either Tuesday

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