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Lost Ramblers
Lost Ramblers

            

Lost Ramblers
Description: The band offers high-energy, foot-tapping beats, tight harmonies, and boasts a repertoire that is as entertaining as it is eclectic. They specialize in authentic Appalachian
acoustic sounds, and their performances run the gamut from bluegrass and gospel, to swing, Irish, and favorite old-timey music. The Lost Ramblers put on a fun and entertaining show for the whole family.

The Lost Ramblers have been playing and promoting bluegrass in and around northeastern PA and northwestern NJ
since about 1978, when Neil Morris, Pete Papallardo and John Updike (“the other John Updike”) first got together to
pick and sing. A few years ago, the guys decided to throw their hat in the ring and go for broke, with their own nonprofit
organization, visit their website at http://www.poconobluegrass.org, devoted to bringing Bluegrass and other acoustic sounds to everybody. They started their very own “Winterfest” a three-day bluegrass festival in Stroudsburg, PA, to add to the monthly “Shindigs” they’ve been running for some time, and have appeared at festivals throughout the East.
If you’ve been to the Peters Valley Craft Festival during the past few years, or visited Winterfest and the many other
Bluegrass festivals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, you’ve heard these fine players. The band’s talented and highly
skilled musicians are known for their mastery of multi-instrumental acoustics and three-part harmonies. The Lost
Ramblers have been performing regionally and nationally for over twenty years. Their music has been featured on TV,
videos, radio, and on recordings.
Keywords: bluegrass, pennsylvania, pocono, and, folk, society, lost, ramblers, Neil, Morris, John, Updike
Date: 28.01.2013 00:05
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