Amy Gallatin's hard work and clear, warm voice are under-appreciated on the national stage, but New England knows her work and promoters her willingness to deliver first rate performances to mediocre slots at festivals throughout the region. Her band has been enhanced by her partnership with Roger Williams and the growing skill and confidence shown by J.D. Williams, Roger's son. She delivered once again at Podunk to the pleasure of all those who delivered themselves to the stage early and stayed to listen and enjoy.
Eddie and Martha Adcock along with frequent sidekick Tom Gray bring an historical connection to any festival where they perform as well as continuing to offer humor and musicality. Members of the first classic lineup of The Country Gentlemen, Adcock and Gray represent a link to the earliest second generation of great bluegrass bands. The Country Gentlemen, formed in 1957, brought folk music and rock influences into bluegrass and were seen at the time as being revolutionary. Their work has, over the years, become part of the standard bluegrass repertory and establishes a pattern of musical growth and change within bluegrass that continues to this day. Martha offers melodious singing and as much discipline as anyone can impose on Eddie to the mix.
Dawn Kenney - Podunk Family Reunion
Dailey & Vincent