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Rye Mountain Boys 

When: Fri., May 14, 7-9 p.m. 2010
Price: Pass the hat

Truegrass and more truegrass—that's what the Rye Mountain Boys play. The quintet was formed, in the words of the band, "to invoke the 'ancient tones' of Bluegrass music as it was conceived and performed by the founding fathers of this ever-evolving and expanding genre." Its members have the right backgrounds for that mission. For starters, banjoist Hugh Moore is a Grand Ole Opry vet who's recorded with the likes of Bobby Osborne and Vassar Clements. Fiddler Brian English was a five-year mainstay of Raleigh's Old Habits. And the man at the heart, Jim Collier, has spent 30 years on the old-time music scene. —Rick Cornell

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