Joe Newberry, a Raleigh resident by way of Missouri, and April Verch, a native of Ottawa Valley, Canada, bridge their respective traditions with original and traditional fiddle, guitar, and banjo tunes, songs, and Verch’s step-dance percussion in the duo’s debut CD, “Going Home.”
Joe Newberry, a Raleigh resident by way of Missouri, and April Verch, a native of Ottawa Valley, Canada, bridge their respective traditions with original and traditional fiddle, guitar, and banjo tunes, songs, and Verch’s step-dance percussion in the duo’s debut CD, “Going Home.”
Joe Newberry, a Raleigh resident by way of Missouri, and April Verch, a native of Ottawa Valley, Canada, bridge their respective traditions with original and traditional fiddle, guitar, and banjo tunes, songs, and Verch’s step-dance percussion in the duo’s debut CD, “Going Home.”

Bluegrass by way of Raleigh, Canada

March 23, 2017 08:30 PM

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