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The last thing you expect to discuss with bluegrass musicians is Eastern versus Western hip-hop, but the Sweet Lillies are not your average jamgrass virtuosos. They’re an acoustic trio that pumps out Coolio as often as they break into melodic picking.

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Before you go giving Jeff Bezos or Richard Branson $20 million, you might consider this much more economical far-out experience: Ticket to Space, the Teton Valley, Idaho, retro-funk band, which released its debut album, “Outside my Door,” last month and will host a CD release bash Thursday i…

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Vocal powerhouse Sara Evans reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs list with the song “Suds in the Bucket.” Then the song crossed over into mainstream pop where it caught fire and reached No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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Born of the rich culture of the Colorado mountains, the Runaway Grooms settle in for the second of two weekend shows at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Wort Hotel’s Silver Dollar Showroom.

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Hailing from the Ozark Mountains of southern Missouri, Jake Stringer and Better Than Nothin’ will play to the Jackson Hole audience for the first time at 7 p.m. Thursday.

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For nearly 30 years the Jackson Hole Hootenanny has circled up most every Monday at Dornan’s in Moose, except for a short spell when the acoustic songfest was held in the Snow King Sports and Events Center.

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For a self-described “simple man,” a farm boy from Lawrenceville, Illinois, country music artist Adam Warner has some staggering career highlights.

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Due to staffing issues at Dornan’s, the Hootenanny is headed downtown to the Silver Dollar Showroom at The Wort Hotel.

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Vocal powerhouse Sara Evans reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs list with the song “Suds in the Bucket.” Then the song crossed over into mainstream pop where it caught fire and reached No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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The Grand Teton Music Festival reported that its 60th summer concert series, held July 2 through Aug. 21, met or exceeded its expectations.

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Beginning Tuesday, Jackson Hole Chamber Music will present three evening recitals featuring small ensembles — duos, trios, quartets, a quintet and a sextet — and, mostly, repertoire from core classical composers.

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Hunter Noack grew up in central Oregon hunting, fishing and spending as much time as he possibly could outdoors. At least, when he wasn’t playing the piano.

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“It Takes a Steady Wind,” the debut album by Mike and Kate Swanson’s ensemble Coyote Queen, didn’t start out as a COVID-19 project. In fact, it didn’t start out as a whole lot of things. Or rather, it turned into a lot of things the couple didn’t plan on.

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What do Steely Dan’s “Fez” and the Grateful Dead’s “Sugaree” have in common? Or “Hey 19” and “Ramble on Rose”? “Kid Charlemagne” and “Shakedown Street”?

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Last year singer-songwriter Michael Batdorf sat in a makeshift studio in his parents’ basement with an electric guitar. He had recorded eight albums before, but he’d never put together a record quite like this.

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Making art, for an artist, is not only an occupation, a way to pay the bills, or even merely a way to express oneself. For an artist like violinist Leila Josefowicz, making art is a spiritual wellspring.

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This Sunday’s Concert on the Commons will jump-start your pulse when the band Yam Haus takes the stage for a performance that promises to vibrate with lights, sound and high-energy dance.

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Summer’s slow slide into autumn in the Tetons is often met with a satisfied sigh from locals. While they are grateful for the tourists, their attention starts to turn toward summer’s encore of local performances and artists who have patiently waited to share the spotlight with some of Jackso…

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As part of the Art Association’s pop-up art fair Saturday, Nukah’whups dancers from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will bring indigenous dance back to their aboriginal homelands.

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The word “freedom” has become fraught with politics in the 21st century. Can one exercise one’s freedom without compromising the freedoms of other? Do one person’s rights trump those of another? Does your power come at the expense of my power? Does it ever make sense to give up a portion of …

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There’s no need to be angry this August when you have two of the best headliners closing out the free summer music concert series at the Victor City Park this Thursday.

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Ashely Wineland will offer original work set to soulfully crafted and authentic musical stylings against a classic backdrop that is the world famous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar in the heart of Jackson Hole this weekend.

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With uber-tight horn licks, subversive and sexy lyrics, and a tempo that barely lets you catch your breath, Denver’s Judge Roughneck brings its aerobic ska to the valley this weekend.

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The country-punk/folk-grunge pairing you’ve waited your whole life for arrives at last this Sunday when the Pinedale Fine Arts Council hosts the finale of its Soundcheck Summer Music Series with Vandoliers and opening performer Rachel Baiman.

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The Grand Teton Music Festival hits the road again with a jazzy outreach program put together by the organization’s development director, “saxophone cowboy” Mike Richards.

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Traveling the world, meeting new people, working with old friends, all in the name of the profession you love — pianist-conductor Stéphane Denève lives the dream.

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The Silver Dollar Showroom doesn’t host the kind of large crowds the Powell Brothers have played for over the past few years. Instead it has the sense of intimacy Taylor and Blake Powell sometimes miss when looking out over a stadium-size crowd.

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Lander’s Low Water String Band takes to the high ground — the stage at the south end of the Center Lawn — for the next free outdoor Music Mondays concert.

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Pinedale’s 2021 Soundcheck Summer Music Series continues Friday with West Virginia singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist Sierra Ferrell and Austin’s cosmic country four-piece, The Lonesome Heroes.

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Back in the year 2000, when famed conductor-pianist Daniel Barenboim was still music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, he led the group in a performance of Leopold Mozart’s Concerto for Alto Trombone, with Australia-born trombonist Michael Mulcahy soloing. Barenboim was impressed e…

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Three young classical musicians got a major boost to their educations and maybe their careers last Monday when judges named the winners of the fourth annual Donald Runnicles Musical Arts Scholarship Competition.