Laurie Lewis Returns July 7 2018
Back again for another concert July 7, 2018
Nominated for a Grammy as Best Bluegrass Album for 2016
Laurie Lewis, Tom Rozum, and The Right Hands
Saturday, July 7, Laws Railroad Museum and Historical Village
4.5 Miles north of Bishop, California on US Route 6 (map)
5:00 PM Picnic, (Bring your own, or purchase food and beverages on site), Jump on the Death Valley Brill Car with your kids to take a train ride!
6:30 Laurie Lewis and The Right Hands in Concert!
Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum are widely regarded as being among the preeminent bluegrass and Americana artists of our time.
Nominated for a Grammy as Best Bluegrass Album of 2016, The Right Hands latest release, The Hazel and Alice
Sessions, delves into the repertoire of Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerard, two trailblazing women of bluegrass music.
"It's possible to be a strong female presence in the Bluegrass music world, but you have to be really strong. Laurie is one of the greatest Bluegrass artists, woman or man, because of her consistency over decades, the depth and width of her subject matter, her commitment to the Bluegrass form, and her technical command. Oh yes, and her strength. Laurie's strength manifests in many ways: her commanding presence on stage combined with an emotional vulnerability, the truths in her lyrics, her physical voice which transcends gender, her strong commitment to causes and issues in which she deeply believes, which all resonate with a respect for the land, the natural world, and human mercy and justice. Darol Anger