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Every Day Is Christmas

by Shoregrass

Original bluegrass written in the tradition for the holidays.
Genre: Holiday: Country
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ShoreGrass is a bluegrass band from the Connecticut shoreline, comprised of Frank & Barbara Shaw (banjo & guitar), Paul Pozzi on mandolin, Scott Freemantle on bass and various musicians on fiddle and Dobro. The full ShoreGrass band is a quintet, but they also frequently perform as a duet or trio at which they call themselves SHORTGrass! The group has performed locally as well as around the Northeast since 1996.

Their music is a lively mix of traditional bluegrass, old-time, early country, gospel and folk songs as well as original pieces reflecting their roots in contemporary music with a local flavor. The group has several singers who alternate leads on 3-part vocal harmonies, and that unique bluegrass blend of guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, bass and Dobro. Their musicianship demonstrates the range and uniqueness of each instrument as well as an unusually rich vocal blend, all delivered with the special sense of humor that marks all ShoreGrass performances.

ShoreGrass has released two singles and three albums, including "In Connecticut" (2001), "Songs of the Civil War Era" (2005) and "Going Home" (2007). Bluegrass Unlimited magazine called their latest album "a pleasant collection of down-home music that should attract considerable attention for the band." Sing Out! magazine called ShoreGrass "a refreshing reminder of what bluegrass music is really all about: a talented, family-based band that seem to truly relish playing and singing together."



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