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Yonder Mountain String Band

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About Yonder Mountain String Band
Genres:
Bluegrass, Folk
Band Members:
Adam Aijala, Ben Kaufmann, Dave Johnston, Allie Kral, Nick Piccininni
Hometown:
Boulder, United States

For the past 20 years, Yonder Mountain String Band has redefined bluegrass music, expanding the traditional acoustic genre beyond its previously established boundaries by...
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There’s still time to snag your tickets for our extra special 2-night run at Holiday Twin Drive-In!

10.2 | 2 Sets of YMSB including “Elevation”
10.3 | Comic Bowling Lea
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Posted by Yonder Mountain String Band
19 days ago
There’s still time to snag your tickets for our extra special 2-night run at Holiday Twin Drive-In!

10.2 | 2 Sets of YMSB including “Elevation”
10.3 | Comic Bowling Lea
more
Posted by Yonder Mountain String Band
19 days ago
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Fan Reviews
February 8th 2020
Really enjoyed the show. The Traveling McCrory’s were a tremendous surprise. Great musicians. Played about 85 minutes. Yonder was awesome as usual. Alli did her awesome rendition of Misty Mountain the band was as tight as ever. Love Bens voice. Didn’t realize Jacob wasn’t with the band but his replacement was very good with a surprise that he also plays fiddle and he and Alli did one song playing off each other. Excellent version of Candyman. Perhaps best I’ve ever heard. New Dusty Miller is one of my favorites. The 3 song encore brought all 10 musicians together for some traditional bluegrass (RockyMountain Breakdown?) and a wonderful Brown Eyed Woman which about brought the house down. Great show. Don’t think I’ll make it to Immokolee for the bluegrass festival, but I’m sure it will be great. Think Dawg will be performing too. Jannus is a different type of venue but my 65 year old legs kept me standing ok. Don’t miss this show if it comes near you.
December 16th 2019
YMS stole the show. Numerous standing ovations. Would have left right after but locked in my row.
November 24th 2019
Small intimate club setting! Highlights of the show: 1. Allie Kral. She stole the show. She not only shreds on the fiddle, but her stage presence is awesome. 2. Jolene, Dolly’s classic has never sounded better. 3. E.M.D...holy crap! One of my favorite songs by The David Grisman Quintet, I never thought any one could do it better, but I was wrong. Jake Joliff ripped through the mandolin solos with surgical precision. His blazing pace was unbelievable! I had to literally pick my jaw up off the floor. 3. Traffic Jam. Just a great song/jam. Could’ve done without some of the extended jams. In a club setting, when they started, the crowd involvement wained. I could literally hear people talking, “So I closed the Johnson account.” I think the extended jam maybe works better at the larger outdoor festivals. Maybe I’m wrong. Also what ever was on the floor was sooooo sticky I could barely pull my feet off the floor to dance/groove.
November 16th 2019
First time seeing Yonder Mountain. First concert at the Ardmore Music Hall. Both did not disappoint. Fast bluegrass enthusiastic crowd. Good list of craft beers on tap. What is not to love.
August 5th 2019
First Yonder concert for me. What a great time. I loved the Kurt Vile cover.
May 5th 2019
Yonder killed it! Venue had some pretty great food but ideally not the absolute best place to see a band that you want to pay attention to because of all the bachelorette party buses going in and out. I did have fun people watching and they seemed to be having a good time to so that is a plus despite them being so distracting because of their chatter. I do appreciate that the venue had the volume up enough to drown out most of the chatter though. Maybe a little more standing room by the stage for people that are more into the band to separate them from the ones that are just there for the drinks.
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About Yonder Mountain String Band
Genres:
Bluegrass, Folk
Band Members:
Adam Aijala, Ben Kaufmann, Dave Johnston, Allie Kral, Nick Piccininni
Hometown:
Boulder, United States

For the past 20 years, Yonder Mountain String Band has redefined bluegrass music, expanding the traditional acoustic genre beyond its previously established boundaries by...
Read More