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They say: Charleston’s finest bluegrass band.

We say: Drawing from the mountain traditions.

They say: High mountain sound on flat ground.

We say: Finger-pickin jam and tunes.

They say: Irish folk.

We say: Acoustic tunes at Tommy Condon's weekly.

They say: It started as just two girls playing acoustic guitars around the campfires in N.Y.

We say: Acoustic groove/folk/bluegrass, led by string players/vocalists Laura Thurston and Gwyn Waller.

They say: Acoustic rock, bluegrass, country, and Americana.

We say: Delicate and bold singer/guitarist.

They say: "Melodic soulful folkgrass."

We say: Acoustic folkie (out of Hollow Reed and Hick Child Soup).

They say: "Megan Jean's powerful vocals combined with Klay's inventive upright bass technique and their energetic live show showcase the true appeal of this band: their songs."

We say: Melodic folk-pop and country.

They say: Everything from rock to country to classical to Motown.

We say: A varied blend of Americana, bluegrass, and funkiness.

They say: Irish tunes, singalongs, anything else we can think of.

We say: A tradition in the Market for years.

They say: Bluegrass, folk, Irish, jazz.

We say: One of the most active acoustic bands in town.

They say: Acoustic folk music.

We say: Folk/bluegrass combo led by singer/guitarist Sandy Nivens.

They say: "Acoustic/Bluegrass/Roots Music: a thundering herd."

We say: Local bluegrass/acoustic Americana quartet.

They say: Just a bunch of bossy chicks from Johns Island and Wadmalaw Island.

We say: Acoustic bluegrass/country/Americana.

They say: The perfect duo for any Lowcountry event.

We say: Americana/country guitar/fiddle duo.

They say: Booty-shakin’ foot-stompin’ newgras with vocal harmonies.

We say: Not quite a hillbilly combo, not quite a jam band.

They say: Hard-driving, traditional bluegrass music.

We say: Finger-pickin’ stuff since ‘99.

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