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Uncle Earl

American string band Uncle Earl formed in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2000. Founded by singer/songwriters K.C. Groves and Jo Serrapere, the band's early years set the tradition of an all-female lineup that included Amanda Kowalski, Casey Henry, Sally Truitt, and Tahmineh Gueramy. This initial lineup yielded the 2002 independently released album She Went Upstairs. A winning mix of traditional folk, bluegrass, and old-timey string band music, Uncle Earl's music found favor among the folk and roots music circuit, though Groves' eventual relocation to Colorado led to the dissolution of the original group. By the end of 2003, however, Groves had put in place the group's best known and most successful lineup. With Groves on mandolin, guitar, and vocals, and new recruits Kristin Andreassen (guitar, fiddle, ukulele, harmonica, vocals, clogging), Rayna Gellert (fiddle, guitar, vocals), and Abigail Washburn (banjo, vocals), Uncle Earl established themselves nationally with a pair of self-released EPs and constant touring. A deal was struck with esteemed folk label Rounder Records and by 2005, the band had recorded their label debut, She Waits for the Night, with old-timey artist/producer Dirk Powell. While touring in support of the album, the band met roots music enthusiast and former Led Zeppelin bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones, who came on board to produce their acclaimed 2007 follow-up, Waterloo, Tennessee. The group's most successful period followed with touring both overseas and across North America. Within a few years, each member had begun to pursue individual interests and careers. Throughout the early 2010s, Groves and Andreassen occasionally revived Uncle Earl with a different supporting lineup and in 2014, the core quartet reconvened for their first show in six years. ~ Timothy Monger
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Track List: Waterloo, Tennessee

1. Black-Eyed Susie

2. The Last Goodbye

3. One True

4. Wish I Had My Time Again

5. My Little Carpenter

6. My Epitaph

7. Buonaparte

8. Bony On The Isle Of St. Helena

9. Sisters Of The Road

10. Streak O' Lean, Streak O' Fat

11. D&P Blues

12. The Birds Were Singing Of You

13. Wallflower

14. Drinker Born

15. Easy In The Early ('Til Sundown)

16. I May Never

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Track List: She Waits For The Night

1. Walkin' In My Sleep

2. There Is A Time

3. Sugar Babe

4. Warfare

5. Pale Moon

6. Booth Shot Lincoln

7. Willie Taylor

8. Sullivan's Hollow

9. How Long

10. Old Bunch Of Keys

11. Sleepy Desert

12. Divine

13. Ida Red

14. Take These Chains

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Every song is gem, some are even more gemmy
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a better sound I may not ever hear, every song is just so great, I really like Willie Taylor, (but Fitzgerald is his name)
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Jus plain BEAUTIFUL !! God has truly blessed dem lassies ! Amen.
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like uncle earl, the ladies play lovely
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Still good
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Great old timey music.
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Not bluegrass This is oldtime.
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These are some talented ladies. KC used to play at Oskar Blues jam nights if I remember correctly. Also met Sally VM there on evening, she told me about playing w/ Garcia before his death. As I said, very talented group!
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Love,Abigail Washburn.
What amazing voice and she has a great story!
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THE VARIOUS LINE UPS THAT HAVE COME AND GONE WITH THIS WONDERFUL GROUP HAS BEEN THE STRONG POINT FOR ME.ABIGAIL WASHBURN,CAS E Y GROVE etc MAKE FOR CONSTANTLY & CONSISTANTLY GORGEOUS OLD TIMEE MUSIC. MY FAVOURITE TRAD BLUEGRASS GROUP.
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This bio is a bit inaccurate.
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I have never seen them play in person,but have been a fan of Sharon Gilchrist, since I first heard her play with Mary and Mars at High Sierra a few years back!
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Dang, I thought I was the only one who knew about Lyons, Colorado (and Lyons, Kansas for that matter). Good music. Keep it up to artists and Pandora (like She Waits For The Night). How about Limon? Silvercliffe ? ? Crestone??? (Colorado). Anyway, music worthy of continuance. (not in the legal sense of the word!)

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