– J. Vorel, Harlod Review.com
“Clusterpluck is instead firmly within the “newgrass” sub-genre of bluegrass music, the fusion of old-time bluegrass with other genres such as pop, jazz and world music.”
“Being able to hear the girls live was amazing! The sheer talent of playing, singing, and writing their own music is something to be seen and they are rising stars!”
“She has a truly unique and soulful singing voice that touts a wide range of styles. Her voice carries a classic old-world vibe, it’s hard not to fall in love with her at the first note.” – sound of stl
– John Stirratt (Wilco)
“A modern day troubadour”
“It is tried and true when a city tickler and a country picker get together something special is bound to result. This duo is no exception.”
“It’s always the right time for Ole Time Music. Amazing sounds to say the least”
– River Front Times
“Neo-bluegrass, neo-folk, neo-jam bands are the scourge of open mic nights and Tiny Desk concerts, but when a fresh take on the fiddling and strumming comes around, the labels really do peel away.”
– Guitar World / Extreme Guitar Magazine
“They are a melting pot of Country, Bluegrass and Americana in the America / Eagles vein. They feature beautiful vocal harmonies, percussive strumming, fluid lead playing and solid bass playing.”
“Goodtimes are always had when The People’s are playin. Can’t wait to see them again!”
“These guys are AWESOME!!! Fantastic and talented– they bring a great vibe with them!! “
Hermann is 14 miles out from Festival.
In the heart of wine country, Hermann has dozens of lodging facilities. See the Hermann Area Chamber of Commerce Site for a full list.
Sunscreen, maybe. Hat. Perhaps bug spray. Blanket and/or lawn chairs. Comfy, dancin shoes.
No need to bring a water bottle – we will have water stations! If you do bring a water bottle, we reserve the right to smell it.
While the Town Hall accepts all credit cards, the booths may or may not and we do NOT have an ATM so bringing a little cash probably isn’t a bad idea.